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  • New detector for H₂S detection in desert and Arctic environments

New detector for H₂S detection in desert and Arctic environments

Sep 14 2020 Read 248 Times

Teledyne Gas and Flame Detection understands the importance and complexities of maintaining process critical applications within the oil,  gas, petrochemical and refining industries, particularly when the detection of hydrogen sulphide (H₂S) in extreme and challenging conditions ranging from polar to desert environments, is critical to the safe and smooth operations of your plant.

The Multitox, DG-TT7-S (Type D), from Teledyne Oldham Simtronics, provides best-in-class support when H₂S is a constant threat. By utilising the latest solid-state Metal Oxide Semiconductor (MOS) technology, inside a rugged and durable detector head, Teledyne enables H₂S to be detected easily, without the risk of poisoning, whilst providing industry leading sensor life of up to 10 years and an extended 5 years warranty as standard. This cutting edge technology is housed in rugged and durable stainless steel casing.

This, combined with Teledyne’s innovative Telecapteur Asset Management Software, being developed in partnership with ADNOC, enables automatic visualisation of key information, including instant access to historical calibration data, enabling quick and accurate analysis instead of relying on slower paper-based processes. Furthermore, this software simplifies calibration by reducing the number of operators required from two to one, decreasing OPEX spend ($) and ensuring your assets remain fully operational for longer. Magnetic configuration (relay and outputs) with calibration capabilities (zero and adjustment) further ensures the integrity of this highly versatile instrument’s performance.

The Multitox, DG-TT7-S (Type D) operates with HART version 7, with no cross interference or shelf life limitations. This detector features a large, multi-colour display and offers an unsurpassed response and recovery time with an extremely high target gas specificity and an exceptionally stable zero setting. 

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