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New range of explosion proof heat detectors from LGM Products

07 September 2016

Finding the right cost-effective detector for hazardous areas in offshore environments is not always straightforward, but LGM Products’ HDL probe heat detectors offer an excellent new detection solution. These ATEx and IECEx approved explosion proof detectors can be used in a range of settings including fire alarm, fire suppression or fire and gas detection systems.

They can also be installed on a conventional line or on an addressable loop via a switch monitor module.

IP66 rated, the detectors are particularly designed for hazardous areas in harsh environmental and corrosive conditions as well as tough industrial settings.

The detectors are able to meet most specifications with a range of alarm temperatures available and several box sizes for increased terminal capacity. LGM Products also supplies a marine standard box for offshore and onshore applications.

LGM Products’ Sales Director, Nic Mogford-Revess said: “The versatility and durability of these heat detectors means they are particularly suitable for a range of on and offshore applications from drillships to wind turbines as well as oil and gas platforms.

“The addition of these units to our product offering complements LGM Products already extensive range for specialist fire detection.”

LGM Products has more than 25 years’ experience supplying heat detection equipment to the marine industry. For further information please visit LGM Products’ website or contact their sales team.
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