Gas leak tester, let the leaking gas have nowhere to hide!
User:JXCTUpload time:Dec 08 2021

Most of the first impressions of gas leak tester are formaldehyde, and little is known about other information.

In fIn fact, the gas leak tester is a household name in industrial production, and it is one of the necessary protective products in industrial production. Because of its special place, people know less about it. Here we take you to learn about this industrial security guardian.

Gas detection instruments mainly detect hydrogen sulfide, carbon monoxide, oxygen, sulfur dioxide, phosphine, and ammonia. Various gases such as nitrogen dioxide, hydrogen cyanide, chlorine, chlorine dioxide, ozone and combustible gas. The gases not mentioned here will also be specially configured according to requirements.

Commonly used places for detectors also include metallurgy, petrochemical, municipal gas, coal, environmental testing, etc.

When used, probe heads will be configured for special places, and gas concentration detection or leak detection can be performed on tunnels, pipelines, tanks, confined spaces, etc. On the one hand, for data collection needs, on the other hand to ensure personal safety and safe working environment.

When choosing a gas detector, it must be configured according to its own detection gas, use place, measurement concentration, use environment, etc.

Classification of gas leak tester:

Whether pumping or diffusion is required according to the site configuration. If it is inconvenient for people to enter the narrow environment, it is recommended to use pump suction. It is recommended to use fixed on occasions where there are often people working. It is recommended to use the diffusion type for regular personnel inspection of the environment.

Fixed support for the detection of toxic combustible gases, O2 and combustible gases. Combinations of O2 and toxic gases. Simultaneous buzzer indication sound on site for multi-gas detectors. On-site flashing lights and other functions, and real-time display of on-site gas concentration detectors.

Diffusion gas detectors use natural air flow, and part of the air will flow into the gas detector. In this way, the gas detector can perform the inflow gas and get the result. Compared with the pump suction type gas tester, because there is no suction pump. The sampling speed of the diffusion gas detector, and the detection result is more susceptible to external factors such as the wind speed and temperature of the detection environment. The result will be a certain error, but the cost is relatively low.

Frequently used tests are mainly standard four-in-one combustible, oxygen, carbon monoxide, and hydrogen sulfide. There is also a six-in-one gas detector, which can also be configured by itself according to the choice.