explosimeter


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explosimeter

[‚ek·splō′sim·əd·ər]
(petroleum engineering)
An instrument for measuring the concentration of flammable vapors or gases in the air. Also known as gas sniffer.
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Fire crews used an Explosimeter to rule out the possibility that the substance causing the stench posed risk of explosion.
As a general rule, you should test the air with an explosimeter to keep a flammable gas 10 percent below the lower explosive limit.
g) oxygen and explosimeter factory calibration dates;
019-09, SERVOMOZ R 111515Z JUN 09 replaced the SERVOMEX and Explosimeter, since they are no longer being supported by their respective vendors.
C/926 serves as the ISEA for Servomex Oxygen Analyzer (NIIN 01-101-3079), Explosimeter Model 3 (NIIN 01446-5625), and the Explosimeter Model 5 (NIIN 01-029-9375).
Explosimeter Calibration--If you have a model 2A, 3 or 5 explosimeter, then you probably already know that calibration on board is an issue.
- periodic regulatory inspections: semi-annual on portable and fixed anoxic detectors and annual on explosimeter detectors and portable and fixed toxic gas detectors.
Tenders are invited for Supply Of 06 Nos Explosimeter For Nmdc Project Work
Invitation to tender: Service, Repair, Calibration And Calibration Explosimeter Pac Ex 2, Multiwarn Ii, Miniwarn B, Multi Detector X-Am 7000 And Am-X 5000Th
The Servomex oxygen analyzer NSN 9B 6630-01-101-3079 and both of the explosimeters model 3 NSN 9B 6665-01-446-5625, and model 5 NSN 3B 6665-01-029-9375 are no longer supported by their vendors.
Methanometers (explosimeters calibrated for methane), based on the principle of the heat released by the oxidation of methane on a catalytic surface, are in common usage, and provide a much more quantitative measurement than the proverbial canary.
Contract notice: supply of explosimeters for the chemical and radiological hazards section