Explosion Proof Gas Detector Heads
Apr 12 2016 Read 945 Times
N.E.T. Srl (Italy) introduces a new range of stainless steel flameproof enclosures housing gas sensors, dedicated to fixed gas detectors in industrial applications.
While standard NET heads are certified as component, the new NETC heads have been tested and full conformity certified as complete instruments according to the ATEX and IECEx normatives.
NETC2: are completely sealed devices that can house a pellistor, electrochemical cell or NDIR sensor. Connection with the gas detector with ¾” or 1” thread and a M35 front thread that will allows easy fit for accessories (splash guard, calibration cap and additional filter for GD and IP65 protection)
NETC3: these bigger heads can be opened to replace the sensor at the end of the sensor’s life. They can house any gas sensor for flammable, toxic and refrigerant gases. Connection with ¾”,1” or M20 thread and additional M46 front thread for accessories.
NETC3 Cyber Heads: same features as NEC3, in addition they also include a smart transmitter board which is calibrated at the requested fullscale and provides linear 4-20mA output, digital communication and fault indication. SIL2 approved (software and hardware).
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