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Hydrocarbon gas detector for leak survey and localisation

04 December 2009

Crowcon's Gas-Tec portable hydrocarbon gas detector is designed for rapid leak survey and localisation applications. The detector features next generation technology such as GPS, data and event logging. The device allows survey teams to track progress and quickly pinpoint and record areas of significant interest.

Hydrocarbon gas detector for leak survey and localisation
Hydrocarbon gas detector for leak survey and localisation

The Gas-Tec helps companies minimise leaks quickly and efficiently, with minimal manpower and GPS position logging. Users can also view their current location, offering the precise location to back-up crews for immediate leak management. Another useful feature is data and event logging, allowing users to download full survey information for survey traceability using 'drag and drop' via a USB interface.

Weighing just 2.4kg (without the gas bottle), the Gas-Tec is worn across the body and is ergonomically designed to sit comfortably whilst in use. Simple and intuitive to operate, its liquid crystal display and soft keys offer full sequence instructions, in-operation options, service and calibration set-up and alerts.

Enhanced electronic controls increase battery and cylinder life, while pressure and flow transducers manage hydrogen and sample flow rates. A service and calibration timer also reminds operators when maintenance is required, ensuring the unit is always operable and in optimum working condition. The Gas-Tec also includes an optional 'service lock' facility, ensuring it cannot be used in the field whilst out of calibration.

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