New Gas Detector Ideal for Use in Gas Utility Applications
Oct 27 2016 Read 701 Times
Tyco Gas & Flame Detection (USA) is pleased to announce the release of its new Gasurveyor 700 (GS700), a highly-configurable, infrared gas detector ideal for use in all gas utility applications.
Both lightweight and user friendly, the new GS700 includes a natural gas discrimination feature allowing the end user to quickly determine the source of a gas leak, saving time and reducing excavation costs. The GS700 also ensures compliance through intelligent data-logging and GPS mapping, simplifying data collection and allowing for better decision-making from tracking data reports. The portable functionality of the GS700, at only 3lbs (1.4kg), combined with its notable durability, enables workers to maneuver the device in demanding environments and harsh conditions.
The GS700 promises flexible configuration as it can be customised to meet specific application and user requirements and can cater to multiple detection needs, without alienating performance. Application modes include: Gas Leak Outdoors, Gas Leak Indoors, Purge, Search, Barhole and Confined Space. Each application mode provides fast and accurate measurements and allows gas leaks to be located quickly, ensuring gas utilities are best equipped to protect life and safeguard property.
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