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United electric controls to demonstrate vanguard wirelessHART gas detectors at ACHEMA 2018
Sep 12 2018 Read 1105 Times
Ammonia and carbon monoxide sensors available for beta testing.
United Electric Controls, a leading manufacturer of safety, alarm and shutdown technology, is demonstrating its Vanguard WirelessHART gas detectorat theACHEMA 2018in Hall 11.1 Stand #G51. With a five-year battery life,the Vanguarddetector can enhance gas detection coverage for chemical and process industries, reducing equipment replacement and maintenance costs. The Vanguard detector monitors for hydrogen sulfide and methane and will be previewing new ammonia and carbon monoxide sensors.
The WirelessHART-enabled Vanguard eliminates the need for expensive cabling and marshalling cabinets that are traditionally associated with wired gas detection in a chemical facility. Gas monitoring density can thus be multiplied with minimum financial outlay and reduced installation and commissioning time. An economical layer of additional life safety protection against toxic and combustible gases is easier to achieve.
Seamless plug-and-play interoperability with other in-network WirelessHART devices makes the Vanguard detector easy to deploy, even in hard-to-reach areas within a plant. The Class 1, Div. 1&2 certification, coupled with global approvals (ATEX, IECEx) and an explosion-proof and intrinsically safe design help ensure trouble-free operation in hazardous environments.
The Vanguard WirelessHART Gas Detector is available immediately for hydrogen sulfide and methane monitoring. Vanguard ammonia and carbon monoxide sensors are available to qualified customers as a beta version. For complete technical specifications on all UE sensors, visit: http://www.ueonline.com/vanguard/.
ACHEMA 2018 takes place in Frankfurt, Germany, June 11-15. United Electric Controls will be exhibiting in Hall 11.1/Stand #G51.
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