Remote laser based natural gas detector improves safety first Responders and firefighting personnel
Jul 28 2022
Teledyne Gas and Flame Detection recently launched their new Gas Laser which features state-of-the art laser technology developed to detect natural gas to improve safety with enhanced detection capabilities for first responders and fire services.
First responders and fire personnel often encounter natural gas emergencies that places them near to potentially dangerous structures. Teledyne’s Gas Laser provides remote detection enabling the end-user to work at a safer distance from the hazardous location. If access to a property is compromised, this device works through glass, giving the operator both an audible and visual signal of the presence of methane. A quick scan allows fire personnel and first responders to make quick decisions and take control of gas and ignition sources when escaping gas is detected.
The Gas Laser has an 8 hour run time and will rapidly scan common venting points from a safe distance of up to 30 meters/100 feet. A very visible, sunshine resistant guide laser in integrated, which is included for location accuracy. This device is certified as Intrinsically Safe (Class 1, Division 2, Group D – T4) and features a colour camera, with WiFi, Bluetooth and onboard datalogging as well as a raphical interface for simple interpretation for the operator. A video is available to display the Gas Laser’s ease of use and versatility.
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