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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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The Department of Environment's (DoE) gas detectors, supplied to 111 schools in Pasir Gudang following a second bout of air pollution, are inadequate and a complete waste of equipment, claimed Pasir Gudang MCA division chief Tan Tuan Peng.
Sensepoint XRL is part of Honeywell's Sensepoint line of connected gas detectors, announced in May, which also includes the Sensepoint XCL for commercial and light-industrial applications, it said.
Sensepoint XRL is part of Honeywell's Sensepoint line of connected gas detectors, announced in May, which also includes theSensepoint XCLfor commercial and light-industrial applications.Honeywell's gas detectors are part of the company's broad portfolio of industrial safety products and solutions, which include equipment to protect workers from helmet to boot, including hearing protection, safety harnesses, respiratory and electrical safety equipment, turnout gear for first responders and protective eye-, hand- and footwear.
According to the SOPs, sanitation workers had been directed not to enter the manholes without gas detectors and wear safety belts alongwith necessary gadgets in this regard.
When workers are operating in hazardous environments, tracking down compliance data on portable gas detectors and other safety devices can be incredibly time-consuming.
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Spectrex's SafEye 700 series open path gas detectors have been selected by BP to protect their hydrocarbon storage GDH facility at Fronting, near Montpelier in France.
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. The accreditation, required for the exportation of products to Brazil, ensures Senscient ELDS Series 1000/2000 systems meet performance, quality and safety standards.
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.