Expanding Laser Open Path Toxic Gas Detector Range
Dec 22 2012 Read 1226 Times
Senscient (UK) the manufacturer of laser open path toxic gas detectors adds Carbon Dioxide (CO2). For use on carbon capture and storage facilities the ELDSTM (Enhanced Laser Diode Spectroscopy) CO2 device is designed to detect loss of containment in open areas over distances of 5 to 120 meters. As with all the hazardous area certified ELDSTM products; the CO2 device is gas specific, has no consumable parts and requires no manual intervention for routine gas testing.
This highly innovative and field proven range of open path devices offers significant project and operational cost savings over conventional fixed point toxic gas detectors.
Detectable toxic gases include: Ammonia (NH3), Hydrogen Chloride (HCl), Hydrogen Fluoride (HF), Hydrogen Sulphide (H2S), plus flammable gases Methane (CH4) and Ethylene (C2H4).
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