A gas detector can be used to detect the concent […]
A gas detector can be used to detect the concentration of relevant toxic gases in the petroleum, chemical and pharmaceutical fields in real time to ensure the safety of workers! The toxic gas detector is a non-interfering "smart" detector produced.
The detector consists of a miniature plug-in electrochemical sensor in a 3166 stainless steel housing, an epoxy-packaged Intelligent Transmitter Module (ITM), and a sensor splash guard. This plug-in smart sensor automatically recognizes ITM and enables seamless connection in the field. The operator operates through a magnetic bar. One of the main features is that its software can guide the user through the program and the menus displayed by the LEDs.
In the production process, the toxic and harmful gases emitted into the air of the workplace not only directly affect the safety and health of the operators, but also pollute the surrounding environment. Especially in the production process with outdated equipment and backward technology, the problem of toxic gas hazards is particularly prominent. Acute poisoning accidents occur in the production process of enterprises. The concentration of all toxic gases in many operating sites greatly exceeds the national standards, which seriously threatens the health of workers. In order to control the impact of toxic and harmful gases on the health of workers, and take effective measures to control the hazards of toxic gases, it is necessary to first detect and analyze the composition, nature and quantity of toxic and harmful gases in the air of the workplace and discharged into the atmosphere. According to the analysis results of the gas detector, targeted measures are taken to effectively control environmental pollution. There are toxic gases in the air of the workplace. The gas detector is used to monitor the gas. The main purposes of the analysis are as follows:
1. Detecting and analyzing the components and concentrations of toxic and harmful gases in the air of workplaces, and taking corresponding measures to treat excessive toxic and hazardous substances;
2. Using gas detector technology to detect and analyze the concentration of toxic and harmful gases in the exhaust smoke after purification, evaluate the purification effect, find problems, and improve in time to make the concentration of toxic and harmful gases discharged into the atmosphere reach the national standard.