combustible gas

combustible gas

[kəm′bəs·tə·bəl ‚gas]
(materials)
A gas that burns, including the fuel gases, hydrogen, hydrocarbon, carbon monoxide, or a mixture of these.
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Tenders are invited for Explosion Meter Art/Igp Combustible Gas Detector As Per Annexure-Ii Dated 25/O3/2O15.
On the basis of technology, the gas detection equipment market is segmented into toxic gas detection and combustible gas detection.
SENSIT Technologies' SENSIT HXG2d Combustible Gas Leak Detector has received ATEX compliance certification.
a) A combustible gas in a distribution line must contain a natural odorant or be odorized so that at a concentration in air of one-fifth of the lower explosive limit, the gas is readily detectable by a person with a normal sense of smell.
Plans are available that show how to use a glass bottle or Mason jar to create and store this highly combustible gas.
Company's Model IR400 Point IR Combustible Gas Detector features a three-second T90 response time to the presence of combustible hydrocarbon-based gases, which allows plant operators to respond quickly to gas leaks and avoid potential accidents.
Zones 0, 1 and 2 relate to combustible gas, fumes or mist.
Biogas plant is a device used for converting fermentable organic matter, particularly cattle dung, into a combustible gas (Biogas) and fully matured and enriched organic fertilizer.
The award was made for the company's new carbon monoxide and combustible gas detection system for residential properties.
If the results are positive, they will seek consent to convert the coal into a combustible gas using a process called underground coal gasification.
The statement added the solar panels can help address concerns, the villages have expressed about house fires ignited by highly combustible gas cylinders.
The 366 workers at the bankrupt New Fabris car parts plant in Chatellerault in eastern France have barricaded themselves inside the building and rigged up canisters of combustible gas.