Common gas leakage detectors introduction
Common Toxic Gases to Monitor
According to recent reports, there were 19,190 warehouses operating in the United States in 2020. Toxic chemicals and gases are involved in the daily processes of any warehouse, from product creation to storage and distribution of finished goods. Check out the three most common toxic gases found in warehouse facilities. Therefore, the gas leak detectors plays an important role.
Carbon monoxide (CO)
Carbon monoxide, considered one of the most common toxic gases on Earth, is almost entirely a man-made gas. Because of its lack of color and odor, carbon monoxide is often called the "silent killer," and even low concentrations of carbon monoxide can be deadly. It is commonly used in metal manufacturing, chemical manufacturing, pharmaceutical manufacturing, electronic applications and is commonly emitted from coal, natural gas and diesel engines.
Indoor CO gas leak detector is suitable for detecting confined living places: Indoor Co, is suitable for detecting confined living places: The concentration of carbon monoxide in agricultural greenhouses, production workshops, indoor barbecues, agricultural breeding and other environments.
Carbon dioxide (CO2)
Carbon dioxide is commonly found in the atmosphere as a natural by-product of human and animal respiration, fermentation, chemical reactions, and plant and animal decomposition. It is a highly toxic gas, colorless and odorless, but has a slightly sour smell. Although it is a natural part of our lives, it can be dangerous in high concentrations, especially in poorly ventilated areas. It is commonly used in the manufacture of metal casting molds, welding processes, pharmaceuticals, plastics, food processing and cleaning supplies.
High precision CO2 gas leak detectors, stable performance, sensitive and reliable. With high-precision liquid crystal display, High precision, stable performance, sensitive and reliable. With high-precision liquid crystal display, explosion-proof housing, diffusion type or pump suction type. The CO2 Gas Detector has the characteristics of flexible use and simple operation. The CO2 Gas Detector is used in various gas leakage places, such as: city gas, petroleum, chemical, pharmaceutical, steel, special industrial plants and other fields
Oxygen is what we need to breathe. While the air we typically breathe contains 20.9% oxygen under normal conditions, the presence of toxic gases can have disastrous consequences if the oxygen levels are not kept in balance. We start to feel the adverse effects when certain conditions reduce the amount of oxygen we have to breathe. Situations that can lead to a reduction in oxygen include leaking material from storage tanks, high concentrations of toxic gases, decomposing organic compounds, corrosion, or fermentation.
The multi gas detector supports the detection of combustible gases, toxic and harmful gases. The multi gas detector can monitor 4 toxic combustible gases at the same time, and supports free customization of gas detection parameters 4 and 1, 2 and 1, 3 and 1.Multi gas detector, waterproof, dustproof, accurate detection data, sound and light alarm, long service life. The Multi gas detector can be used in gas leakage, pharmaceutical factories and other scenes.
Different refrigerants are used in warehouses to cool warehouses and/or coolers within warehouses. These refrigerants range from ammonia to difluoromethane and everything else in between. Refrigerant leaks can pose a danger to humans through suffocation and/or toxicity and as active greenhouse gases that negatively impact the environment. Some gases are also considered flammable and therefore present an explosion and/or flammability hazard.
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Toxic gases, invisible to the human eye, pose many health risks, especially if exposure limits are not detected. JXCT is proud to provide reliable gas leak detection systems to many different industries across the country. We consider it our personal mission to provide toxic and combustible gas detectors that will protect your warehouse and keep your manufacturing process running for a long time.