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New, Handheld Remote Methane Leak Detector

Mar 13 2018 Read 1131 Times

GAZOMAT have announced the addition of the GAZOSCAN, a handheld remote methane leak detector (RMLD), to its product line. Using laser spectroscopy, GAZOSCAN can detect through glass and measure methane concentrations with precision at a distance of 50 meters (164 feet), making it the ultimate tool for inspections at a distance.

“All feedback to date highlight the ease of handling and use of the GAZOSCAN. It has extremely accurate targeting and incredible sensitivity (5 ppm*m). The GAZOSCAN benefits the user by having the desired target, aim indicator and display screen all within the field of sight,” Christophe Durr, Product Sales Manager, said. Operators also benefit from a clear, large LCD screen – and visual and audible alarms with configurable thresholds.

With its ultra-compact size (0.7 kg), a response time of 0.1 seconds and a total selectivity to methane, it will effectively support all professionals in emergency response situations, such as gas utilities, construction and maintenance contractors, fire departments and others.

GAZOSCAN can be used for, but is not limited to, gas leak inspections of residential buildings and properties, natural gas pipelines and facilities, and gas containers.

For more information about GAZOSCAN and to download the product brochure, visit https://www.gazomat.com/en/products/gazoscan/

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