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Aspirating Gas Detection

Aspirating Gas Detection

Invisible hazards can happen from presence of combustible gases/vapors, the release of toxic gases, or oxygen deficiency. Proactive gas detection enables you to protect personnel and property using your existing air sampling pipe network. Can be used with any air sampling detector.

  • Combustible Gas Detection
  •  Ammonia Gas Detection
  • Carbon Monoxide Gas Detection
Combustible Gas Detection

The GD1300 is a versatile, easy to use device that allow you to select between methane, propane or hydrogen gas detection. Combustible gas detectors will respond to a wide range of hydrocarbons, including aerosol sprays, cleaning solvents, paint thinner and other common volatile organic compounds. This low voltage detector provides automatic feedback and fan or valve control that can help reduce combustible gas concentrations in parking garages, battery rooms, maintenance facilities, an other locations that require combustible gas detection.

Location:

The GD1300 is usually located in areas where there is potential for gas leaks, where there are gas appliances, areas through which gas pipes pass, where batteries are being store or charged etc. Do not mount the GD1300 where the normal ambient temperature is below 0 degrees For exceeds 125 degree F. (-18 degrees C to 52 degrees C). The GD1300 is typically mounted 6 ft. above the floor, inline with the air sampling pipe network.

Features:

  • Supervised system design: detector problem will cause the fan & alarm relay to activate
  • 5 SPDT fan relay controls valves, lovers or exhaust fans
  • 0.5 A N.O or N.C alarm relay connects to warning devices or control panels
  • 4-20mA current loop
  • Factory calibrated
  • ETL listed to UL 61010-1, CAN/CSA C22.2 No 61010-1

Selectable Options Include:

  • Target Gas: Methane(NG), Propane(LP), or Hydrogen(H2)
  • Output: Fan relay, Alarm relay and 4-20mA current loop
  • Controls: Digital display (0-50% LEL), buzzer, fan delay, fan minimum runtime
Combustible Gas detector specs
Ammonia Gas Detection

The GD1400 is a low voltage, dual replay Ammonia(NH3) detector, controller and transducer. The GD1400 has selectable 4-20mA output, buzzer and digital display options. It is an electronic detection system used to measure the concentration on NH3 and provide feedback and automatic exhaust fan control to help reduce NH3 concentrations in industrial refrigeration, warehouse, or other commerical applications. GD1400 is a low level meter capable of displaying from 0-100 ppm of Ammonia.

Location:

The GD1400 is usually located in areas where there is potential for gas leaks, where there are gas appliances, areas through which gas pipes pass, where batteries are being store or charged etc. Do not mount the GD1300 where the normal ambient temperature is below 0 degrees For exceeds 125 degree F. (-18 degrees C to 52 degrees C). The GD1400 is typically mounted 6ft. above the floor, inline with the air sampling pipe network.

NOTE: Ammonia sensor must be replaced every 2 years.
NOTE: A field calibration kit must be used if a sensor is replaced or if it is required by state or local authorities having jurisdiction.

Features:

  • Supervised system design: detector problem will cause the fan & alarm relay to activate Rear view Combustible Gas detector
  • 5 SPDT fan relay controls valves, lovers or exhaust fans
  • 0.5 A N.O or N.C alarm relay connects to warning devices or control panels
  • 4-20mA current loop
  • Factory calibrated
  • ETL listed to UL 61010-1, CAN/CSA C22.2 No 61010-1

Selectable Options Include:

  • Fan relay actuation: selectable from 15 to 75 ppm NH3
  • Output: Fan relay, Alarm relay and 4-20mA current loop
  • Controls: Digital display (0-100 ppm), buzzer, fan delay, fan minimum runtime
GD1400 Specs
Carbon Monoxide Gas Detection

The GD1200 is a low voltage, dual replay carbon monooxide(CO) detector, controller and transducer. The GD1200 has selectable 4-20mA output, buzzer and digital display options. It is an electronic detection system used to measure the concentration on CO and provide feedback and automatic exhaust fan control to help reduce CO concentrations in parking garages, maintenance facilitates, or other commercial applications. GD1400 is a low level meter capable of displaying from 0-200 ppm of carbon monoxide.

Location:

The GD1200 is typically mounted 6ft. above the floor, inline with the air sampling pipe network.

NOTE: Ammonia sensor must be replaced every 2 years.
NOTE: A field calibration kit must be used if a sensor is replaced or if it is required by state or local authorities having jurisdiction.

Features:

  • Supervised system design: detector problem will cause the fan & alarm relay to activateGD1200 Techincal Drawing
  • 5 SPDT fan relay controls valves, lovers or exhaust fans
  • 0.5 A N.O or N.C alarm relay connects to warning devices or control panels
  • 4-20mA current loop
  • Factory calibrated
  • ETL listed to UL 61010-1, CAN/CSA C22.2 No 61010-1

Selectable Options Include:

  • Fan relay actuation: selectable from 15 to 75 ppm NH3
  • Output: Fan relay, Alarm relay and 4-20mA current loop
  • Controls: Digital display (0-100 ppm), buzzer, fan delay, fan minimum runtimeGD1300 specs
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