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New Ultrasonic Gas Leak Detector

Jan 10 2008 Read 1115 Times

Gassonic A/S (Denmark) is launching a new EExi ultrasonic gas leak detector for fixed installations in the petrochemical industry. The detector is based on more than 10 years experience with developing and manufacturing ultrasonic gas leak detectors and an installed base of more than 2.500 detectors worldwide.

The Gassonic Surveyor is based on robust and proven stainless steel microphone technology to ensure instant gas leak detection in extreme environmental conditions. Like the rest of the Gassonic detector family, the Gassonic Surveyor has wide detection coverage of up to 20 meters in radius. Among its features, the detector has visual LED indication of detector status, wide dynamic range (44104 dB), and standard 420 mA analogue output.

The new detector is a low maintenance and costeffective product. It is easily tested and calibrated onsite with the Gassonic 1701 portable test and calibration unit. The Gassonic Surveyor is also retrofittable with existing Gassonic MM0100 installations.

The Gassonic Surveyor can be used for all pressurized gas installations such as LNG/gas plants, compressor stations, and gas storage facilities. It is certified for use in EEX hazardous environments.

Gassonic A/S has certified and experienced engineers and may be contacted to assist customers during preengineering and commissioning to optimize the performance of the ultrasonic gas leak detection system.

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