gas sniffer

gas sniffer

[′gas ‚snif·ər]
(petroleum engineering)
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GAS SNIFFER The Yellow sac spider, common in the US, is a confirmed petrolhead
RIDGID introduces the new Micro CG-100 combustible gas sniffer that quickly and accurately detects gas leakage.
The Micro CG-100 gas sniffer quickly and accurately detects low levels of methane (including natural gas), propane, butane, ammonia and many other combustible gases.
The Micro CG-100 gas sniffer can be adjusted to high- or low-level sensitivity within a wide overall range (40 ppm to 6,400 ppm for methane).
Surveys that previously may have taken hours or days using a handheld gas sniffer can now be performed in minutes and from a safe working distance.
The operator reported that the gas sniffer has detected abundant gas shows during the drilling activities.
The gas sniffers will fight other kids, and some kids get afraid with them.
He's not afraid to show Indian people who are gas sniffers, ex-hookers, bigots and reliant on welfare.