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LaserMethane mini (LMm) – safety without boundaries.

12 September 2017

Methane leaks are an important safety issue in many industries, but how do you monitor from a safe distance? With Crowcon’s lightweight and compact Laser methane mini, leaks can be detected at a distance of up to 30 metres, ensuring operators can stay well clear of any hazards. 

LMm can detect methane from up to 30m away (or 100m with a reflector), making it a quick and easy way to check areas for methane from a safe distance. 

LMm’s laser can also penetrate transparent surfaces such as glass, meaning methane can be detected through windows of closed premises, and confined spaces can be remotely and safely explored with no need for operator entry. 

Now with Bluetooth technology, the ATEX-approved LMm records real-time gas readings and GPS locations for storing.  This allows important survey data, including gas level, time, date and location, to be combined and saved, or emailed to a central point.

LMm is less likely to give false positives because it’s methane specific. And unlike conventional detectors, it is unaffected and undamaged by the presence of silicon compounds, solvents, or other gases.

Complete with a self-check on start-up to ensure accurate readings, LMm eliminates the need for time-consuming calibrations.  Its bright green laser is visible even under bright sunlight, and only weighing 600g, it’s lightweight and convenient to carry.

LMm is ideal for use in industrial, commercial, and research environments.
LMm – safety without boundaries.

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