Combustible gas detectors

A combustible gas detector measures the presence of explosive or flammable gases according to their LEL (Lower Explosive Limit). It is used for the detection of explosive combustible gas leaks such as natural gas, butane, propane, hydrocarbons, solvents or alcohols.

The response of the combustible gas detector is based on the reference gas from which the explosimeter is set (standard gas). Methane (CH4) or pentane (C5H12) are the most commonly used gases for the calibration of these devices.

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