Gas detector is very important for industrial production
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The importance of gas detectors to industrial production

Leakage of industrial chemical gases is a very serious safety accident with a huge impact. In the early morning of December 3, 1984, the most serious poison gas leak in history occurred in Bhopal, India. A cyanide leak occurred in a pesticide factory near a poor area, causing serious consequences. Causing direct deaths of 25,000 and 550,000. Indirect deaths, more than 200,000 people are permanently disabled. This incident made many people aware of the serious harm of industrial gas leakage. And the importance of timely monitoring and alarming of industrial production. Nowadays, in chemical production, most companies use various types of gas detector. When a gas leak occurs, an audible and visual alarm will be issued in time. Remind surrounding production personnel and upload data at the same time to minimize the harm of gas leakage.

Common types of gas detectors

Toxic and harmful gas detector. Toxic and hazardous gas alarms have high precision, high accuracy, and short response time. The toxic and hazardous gas alarms can quickly detect the concentration of hazardous gas leaks. The toxic and hazardous gas alarms are widely used in petrochemical, metallurgical and electric power. And other places have been applied to varying degrees.

Combustible gas detector. The combustible gas alarm supports the detection and alarm of combustible gas CO, H2S, Cl2 and other gases.

Various gas detectors. The gas alarm supports CO, NO, NO2, CH4, H2, O2, NH3, HCI, natural gas, biogas, ethanol. Toluene, ethylene oxide, formaldehyde, ethane, acetone and other gas security control, sound and light alarm, measurement Accurate and respond quickly.

In industrial development, it is inevitable that all kinds of toxic gases will leak. If measures are not taken in time, it will have serious consequences. For example, the poisonous gas leakage accident in India in the last century caused heavy casualties.

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