Application and Attention of toxic gas detector

User:JXCTUpload time:Jan 19 2023

Whether you are in the confined space of an oil refinery, the production area of a manufacturing plant, or the laboratory of a medical research facility, toxic gases can accumulate at any time. This hazard is a major problem in large facilities, but there is a solution. By incorporating the latest technological advancements, sophisticated alarm systems and wireless technology, companies can invest in toxic gas detector that provide adequate warning. If you regularly work with toxic gases or materials, make sure to choose a detection system with the following capabilities.

NH3-gas-alarm-controller sensor
NH3 gas alarm controller sensor
Toxic gas Detector -NH3 gas alarm controller

The NH3 gas alarm controller is mainly used for 485 series sensors, including two specifications of digital tube display and color screen display. The data readings detected by the sensor are summarized and displayed on the display screen. At the same time, according to the setting, when the current data is greater than the alarm concentration, the NH3 gas alarm controller will carry out a series of alarm actions, such as sound and light alarm, exhaust power failure, etc. (according to customer settings), The NH3 gas alarm controller can support the control system with up to 16 sensor inputs, support two-way relay control, and can linkage exhaust, power failure and other behaviors.

Toxic gas detector -H2S gas detector

The H2S gas detector has the characteristics of flexible use and simple operation. The H2S gas detector is used in various gas leakage places, such as: city gas, petroleum, chemical, pharmaceutical, steel, special industrial plants and other fields. The explosion-proof level of the H2S gas detector is CT6.More gas monitoring equipment, multi-in-one gas detector welcome to consult JXCT

H2S gas detector
H2S gas detector
What should a gas detector have?

Deciding whether you need a gas detector shouldn't be the problem. Gas detectors are non-negotiable if your facility handles materials that could adversely affect your health in the event of a spill.

When you start looking into different types of detectors, make sure to include these features.

1) Sensor life indication
How would a technician know when a sensor needs to be replaced if there is no "visible expiration date" on the sensor? Often, one needs to know how to look for signs that the sensor is responding to the target gas in order to determine the useful life of the sensor. This is a very tedious practice at best and subjective at best. To eliminate "human error" and speed up the maintenance process, a sensor life indication is provided. This takes the guesswork out of determining sensor life and reduces the cost of premature sensor replacement.

There are two different ways to derive a sensor life indication.

One approach is based on a simple timer. Companies roughly estimate how many days and/or hours the sensor will last, and use a generic number as a countdown.

However, this approach does not take into account what environment the sensor is exposed to and how many times. A better and more accurate way to determine the life of the sensor is to actually measure the sensor's response to the calibrated gas. And turn the response into a meaningful display for the user. Showing sensor life in this way will remove all guesswork from decision-making, reduce inventory and speed up maintenance.

2) Optional output
One of the most important options in a gas detector is the availability and type of signal. The detector output allows the detector to communicate with or otherwise send a signal to monitoring equipment. Typically 4-20mA signaling is used in the oil and gas industry, however, other communication protocols are accepted by customers. Sometimes, although a standard communication protocol, i.e. 4-20mA, is specified, other signal modes are preferred, i.e., relays and/or digital communication protocols, such as Modbus.The detector you choose should give you the option of both types without making you choose one or the other.

3) Smart sensor technology
Industrial toxic gas detector should be equipped with smart sensor technology. Smart sensor technology allows users to track information such as date of installation, date of birth, calibration intervals and sensor life indicators. Capabilities such as these allow users to obtain more information about their maintenance schedule and detectors at any time.

Accuracy and reliability are key

Investing in a gas detector for your facility is the best first step in keeping your workers safe from hazards. We are proud to offer a variety of testing systems. With magnetic switch and other design functions. Allows engineers and technicians to easily calibrate and configure. JXCT's goal is to provide gas detectors that are easy to maintain and can adapt to the harshest working environments.