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gas detector

[′gas di‚tek·tər]
(mining engineering)
A device which indicates the existence of firedamp or other combustible or noxious gas in a mine.
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Tenders are invited for Framework Agreement for the Supply of Portable Gas Detectors and Accessories to Ensure the Calibration and Maintenance Service Gas Detectors Used for Leak Detection On Gas Pipelines Corridor
Gasmaster monitors up to four gas detectors or four fire zones, all from a single location.
The new 10 PPM Plus Series sensor permits alarming at 1 PPM and also setting an 8 hour TWA alarm for that value in Sensidyne SensAlert Plus and SensAlarm Plus gas detectors.
Senscient, a provider of advanced natural gas detection products, has achieved National Institute of Metrology Standardization and Industrial Quality (InMetro) certification for the Senscient ELDS[TM] Series 1000/2000 Open Path Gas Detectors.
London, Nov 29 (ANI): Graphene form sensors are ten times more efficient in sniffing out bombs and explosives compared to commercial gas detectors being used today, a new study co-led by Indian origin researcher has revealed.
All 688, 774, and Seawolf class submarines are allotted three PHD6 gas detectors.
The IR4000 Infrared Combustible Gas Detection System's multi-point monitor can connect up to eight gas detectors and read their status with one command, one detector at a time.
Available gas detectors that deploy technologies such as flame ionization must be positioned within the leak plume to detect the presence of methane.
The Honeywell Analytics X series also includes the Impulse XP (single-gas) and Impulse X4 (4-gas) portable gas detectors.
The team has lots of information and advice on a wide range of 'Telecare' equipment, which is designed to meet a wide range of individual needs such as carephones, intruder alarms including passive infrared movement detectors, smoke detectors, carbon monoxide and gas detectors and extreme temperature sensors.
The equipment provided includes fall detectors, gas detectors and wandering sensors and can be used as part of a wider care package tailored to suit a person's needs.