Gas Detection

Gas Leak Detection

Gas leak detection is the process of identifying potentially hazardous gas leaks by sensors. These sensors usually employ an audible alarm to alert people when a dangerous gas has been detected. Exposure to toxic gases can also occur in operations such as painting, fumigation, fuel filling, construction, excavation of contaminated soils, landfill operations, entering confined spaces, etc.

Common sensors include combustible gas sensors, photoionization detectors, infrared point sensors, ultrasonic sensors, electrochemical gas sensors, and semiconductor sensors. More recently, infrared imaging sensors have come into use. All of these sensors are used for a wide range of applications and can be found in industrial plants, refineries, pharmaceutical manufacturing, fumigation facilities, paper pulp mills, aircraft and ship-building facilities, hazmat operations, waste-water treatment facilities, vehicles, indoor air quality testing and homes.

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Marker Gas 164
Electronic Marker Locators

  • Electronically marks and relocates buried facilities

  • Unique design produces a uniform, spherical RF field in every direction

  • Easily located up to 5 FT away with any modern marker locator

  • Wider field with a signal peak directly above the marker provides precise location

  • Requires no particular orientation when buried

  • The Omni Marker provides greater range than 4-inch ball markers that use a dipole field

  • High-reliability design lasts as long as your buried plant

  • Color coded by utility application

  • Patented