Products/Services for Flame Detector Spacing

  • Heat Detectors-Image
    Heat Detectors - (111 companies)
    NFPA), a non-profit agency which publishes fire prevention codes and standards. According to the National Fire Alarm Code (NFPA 72), heat detectors on smooth ceilings should be spaced 50 sq. ft. or 2500 sq. feet apart. Otherwise, spacing for heat... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Smoke Detectors - (276 companies)
    ...detector. Photoelectric smoke detectors are better at sensing smoky fires, such that of a smoldering mattress. Smoke detectors have audible alarms, visible alarms such as light-emitting diodes (LEDs), or both. They may also have an alarm output... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Flame Detectors - (178 companies)
    ...detectors, and IR^3 (triple IR) detectors, and triple IR spectral band detectors. UV only flame detectors (ultraviolet spectral band detection) work with wavelengths shorter than 300 nm (solar blind spectral band). They detect flames at high speed (3-4... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Flame Photometers - (25 companies)
    ...and sparking. Additionally, unlike gas plasma detectors, they are not limited to only a few easily ionized metals. For these reasons, flame photometers are used widely for biological sample testing, clinical research, and environmental analysis... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    GC Detectors - (40 companies)
    ...a chromatographic column. As solutes are eluted from the column they interact with the gas chromatography detector. Gas chromatography detectors convert this interaction into an electrical signal that is sent to the data system. The magnitude of the signal... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Heating Torches and Flame Heaters - (37 companies)
    Heating torches and flame heaters are devices that emit a concentrated flame or stream of unusually hot air or gas. Heating torches and flame heaters are tools or devices that are used to heat up a substance quickly, whether it is gas, metal... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • HPLC Detectors - (54 companies)
    ...the fluorescence that occurs when compounds are excited by shorter wavelength energy and emit higher wavelength radiation. Important specifications for HPLC detectors include dynamic range, detector wavelength, response time, flow cell volume and flow cell... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Radiation Detectors - (206 companies)
    ...avalanche" which occurs after sensing even a single particle. A Geiger-M uller tube with counter. Image Credit: Andy Darvill. Scintillation Detector. Scintillation detectors are also known as sodium iodide detectors. They consist of a salt crystal... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • RF Power Detector ICs - (9 companies)
    RF Power Detector IC's. are chips that detect the presence and strength of an RF signals and provide a corresponding output. Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Flame Arrestors - (54 companies)
    Flame arrestors are safety devices for handling combustible gases. They prevent gas from burning back into a device and exploding. Flame arrestors are used in storage tank vents, fuel pipelines, gas storage cabinets, and exhaust systems for internal... Learn More
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