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Model 3600-U   Sierra Monitor Corporation Flame Detectors Model 3600-U ( & UB) detects hydrocarbon-based fuel and gas fires, invisible hydrogen flames, and fires from hydrides, ammonia, silane and other organics. The 3600-U-UB is the most durable and weather resistant UV flame detector currently on the market. Its new features include a heated window...
1000 Series Propane Detector   Senscient Inc. Gas Instruments Reliable, open path detection of propane at levels low enough to provide early warning for leakage of this highly flammable gas. Detection Limits for propane leak detection are orders of magnitude lower than any other OPGD product. No false alarms from any other hydrocarbon gases including diesel...
OLCT IR   IST Group Gas Transmitters Performance. Reliability. Durability. Special Version. The semi-conductor electronics of the OLCT IR guarantee extreme accuracy and constant stability. Costs are considerably reduced:- Lifetime detector stability after initial calibration- Requires minimal maintenance. The economic implications of false...
HOA0870-P55   Honeywell Sensing and Control Opacity Sensors and Instruments The HOA086X/087X series consists of an infrared emitting diode facing an NPN silicon phototransistor encased in a black thermoplastic housing. The phototransistor switching takes place whenever an opaque object passes through the slot between emitter and detector. This series allows the user...
HOA6981-P51   Honeywell Sensing and Control Opacity Sensors and Instruments The HOA698X/699X series consists of an infrared emitting diode facing an Optoschmitt detector encased in a black thermoplastic housing. Detector switching takes place whenever an opaque object passes through the slot between emitter and detector. The photodetector consists of a photodiode...
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  • Infrared Technology for Fail-To-Safe Hydrocarbon Gas Detection
    Continuing advances in infrared technology have resulted in fail-to-safe hydrocarbon gas point detectors that continuously monitor combustible gases and vapors within the lower explosive limit (LEL) and provide alarm indication. Other features of these detectors include operation in oxygen
  • GC Detection and Identification by Coupling PID and FID (.pdf)
    or aliphatic amd therefore the FID is used to measure the levels of a particular hydrocarbon regardless of the degree of saturation. The RMR for the PID however increases with unsaturation. A ten-fold difference is observed between aromatics and alkanes and the alkene response on the PID is midway between

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