Products/Services for Mercury Flame Sensors

  • Flame Detectors-Image
    Flame Detectors - (177 companies)
    Flame detectors use optical sensors working at specific spectral ranges (usually narrow band) to record the incoming radiation at the selected wavelengths. 30 - 40% of the energy radiated from a fire is electromagnetic radiation that can be read... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Gas Sensors - (573 companies)
    Gas sensors interact with a gas to initiate the measurement of its concentration. The sensor then provides output to an instrument to display the measurements. Image Credit: Rosemount Analytical | Mettler-Toledo Process Analytics. Gas sensors... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Safety Sensor Switches - (94 companies)
    ...out devices, perimeter guards, photoelectric safety sensors, safety blocks, safety interlock switches, and wireless safety. Safety sensor switches provide readily accessible emergency stop over a long linear distance such as exposed conveyor lines... Learn More
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    Gas Valves - (517 companies)
    Gas valves are used to handle and control the flow of gaseous media such as liquefied petroleum and natural gas. They are made of metal or plastic and vary in terms of valve size, pressure rating, number of ports, and flow. Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Gas Transmitters - (108 companies)
    Gas transmitters consist of an enclosure, sensor, and electronics that convert a signal from a gas sensor into an analog output signal (typically 4-20 mA). Gas transmitters consist of an enclosure, sensor, and electronics that convert a signal from... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Tilt Sensors - (125 companies)
    ...whereas full motion would use three or more axis and additional sensors. Segway Transporters use tilt sensors to adapt to user movement. Image Credit: Tilt Sensors Construction. The way a tilt sensor works depends upon its type... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Pressure Sensors - (1083 companies)
    How Pressure Sensors Work. Sensor Technology. Selection Criteria. Performance Specifications. Maximum Pressure. Pressure Reference. Engineering Units. Accuracy. Pressure Conditions. Mechanical Considerations. Physical Constraints. Media. Process... 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
  • Flame Photometers - (25 companies)
    Flame photometers read atomic emissions to detect the presence of metal salts, principally sodium (Na), potassium (K), lithium (Li) and calcium (CA). They measure the flame emission of solutions containing these metal salts and perform quantitative... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Sensor Accessories - (63 companies)
    Sensor accessories including mounts, sensor cables and sensor adapters are components specifically engineered for holding/positioning sensors or connecting sensors to sensor systems or instruments. Sensor Accessories Information. Sensor accessories... Learn More
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Parts by Number for Mercury Flame Sensors

Part # Distributor Manufacturer Product Category Description
3049-115 Global Industrial White Rodgers Not Provided White-Rodgers ™ Mercury Flame Sensor 48" Element 3049-115
622100401 PLC Radwell Rheem Not Provided MERCURY FLAME SENSOR SWITCH
30A46-5 Global Industrial White Rodgers Not Provided White-Rodgers ™ Mercury Flame Sensor, 48" Element, 30a46-5
3098-156 Global Industrial White Rodgers Not Provided White-Rodgers ™ Mercury Flame Sensor, 48" Element, 3 Pin Plug 3098-156
304941 PLC Radwell White Rodgers HVAC, Flame/Spark Rod FLAME SENSOR MERCURY 48INCH
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The current Directive on Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS), 2002/95/EC, restricts placing on the market equipment containing six substances: cadmium, lead, mercury, hexavalent chromium, and polybrominated biphenyl- and polybrominated diphenyl-ether flame retardants. The European Commission...

The first widely produced batteries were lead acid. Used in early cars, they got the automobile to start as reliably as the horse. By the 1960s, engineers had developed lighter, single-use alkaline and mercury batteries, making portable transistor radios and two-way communication devices possible...

...was created to restrict the use of certain hazardous substances in the manufacturing of new. EEE products. This directive specifically governs the following substances: 1. Lead (Pb) – found in solder, batteries, electronics, paints, etc. 2. Mercury (Hg) – lamps, sensors, relays, thermometers, etc. 3. Cadmium...

Flammable Industrial Gases. 7. Flammable and Combustible Liquids. 8. Physical and Chemical Properties Charts. 9. Chapter Two. Detection Technologies. Electrocatalytic Detectors. 14. Infrared Detectors. 17. Chapter Three. Application. Hazard Assessment. 22. Sensor Placement. 23. Combustible Applications...

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