Sensor Electronics, developer of reliable gas detector and analyser products, introduces its new IREvolution™ ammonia detector.
REvolution™ ammonia detector
This new detector is especially engineered for commercial refrigeration systems, cold-storage units, flash freezers, skating rinks, waste-treatment facilities and similar applications. It has sensitivity as low as 50 PPM and meets applicable OSHA/EPA requirements.
The device only detects ammonia, ignoring hydrocarbons, halogens, water vapour, carbon dioxide, aerosols and other ambient gases. Moreover, the robust optical detector can withstand temperature/humidity extremes, sudden shock and constant vibration, and has a life-span of decades.
Detectors can tie into existing control/security networks, or as a stand-alone, work in with dedicated transmitters that show real-time ammonia concentrations on digital readouts: colour coded alarm lights can warn of leaks, dangerous levels, possible product contamination.
Sensor Electronics, a gas detection equipment specialist based in Minnesota, has installed uninterrupted oxygen (O2) sensors for Saint Paul-based gas distribution corporation, Oxygen Service Company, which the business states are “working backwards.”
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While ammonia is manufactured on a massive scale to help feed the world, it is increasingly used in important reactions in the electronics industry.
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