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    Combustible Gas Detectors

    Combustible gas detectors are essential in environments where there's a risk of flammable gas leaks. They are designed to detect the presence of a variety of gases that can burn easily, alerting you to potential fire or explosion hazards.

    Combustible gas detectors don't target specific gases but rather a lower explosive limit (LEL). The LEL is the minimum concentration of a gas or vapor in air that will allow combustion to occur in the presence of an ignition source.

    Common combustible gases that detectors can identify include:

    • Natural gas (methane) - the primary component of natural gas, methane is a highly flammable gas used for heating and cooking.
    • Propane - commonly used in liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) tanks for grilling, heating, and industrial applications
    • Butane - is a fuel gas found in cigarette lighters and camping stoves.
    • Hydrogen - this highly flammable gas is used in various industrial processes and fuel cells.
    • Gasoline vapours - fumes from gasoline storage tanks or spills

    Additional points to consider:

    • LEL settings - some detectors can be adjusted to specific LEL ranges depending on the anticipated gas types in the environment.
    • Sensor types - these detectors typically use catalytic bead sensors that react to the presence of combustible gases.
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