What are the gases that can be detected by general flammable gas alarm devices?
The flammable gas alarm device is used to detect flammable gas leakage or flammable gas concentration. When there is a flammable gas leakage in the environment, the flammable gas alarm device simultaneously displays the flammable gas concentration and alarms in time to remind the site staff to take safety measures and drive Exhaust, cut-off, and spray systems prevent explosions, fires, and poisoning, and ensure safe production. Combustible gas alarm devices are also called combustible gas alarms , combustible gas alarms, combustible gas detectors, combustible gas detectors, and so on. So what are the gases that can be detected by general flammable gas alarm devices? The technical engineers of Ampar Instruments will answer this question for you in detail.
First of all, a flammable gas alarm device (also called a flammable gas alarm device ) can detect all flammable and explosive gases. Is it possible to use a flammable gas alarm device (also called a flammable gas alarm device ) to detect all flammable gases? What about it? That is definitely not possible, because although they are all flammable gases, the properties of these flammable gases are different, which leads to their different explosion limit values, so although the flammable gas alarm device (also called flammable gas alarm) can detect All flammable and explosive gases, but when testing different flammable gases, it is necessary to adjust the product parameters of the flammable gas alarm device (also called flammable gas alarm).
So what are the common flammable gas alarm devices (also called flammable gas alarms) that can detect flammable and explosive gases? Combustible gas alarm devices (also called flammable gas alarms) can detect flammable and explosive gases. Common are: hydrogen (H2), methane (CH4), ethane (C2H6), propane (C3H8), butane (C4H10), Ethylene (C2H4), propylene (C3H6), butene (C4H8), acetylene (C2H2), propyne (C3H4), butyne (C4H6), benzene, o-xylene, methanol, ethanol, methyl acetate, ethyl acetate , Gasoline, kerosene, natural gas, city gas, liquefied petroleum gas, aviation kerosene and other flammable and explosive gases.
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