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Hydrogen (H2) Gas Leakage Detector

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We are ahead our competitors in industry for supplying and distributing Hydrogen (H2) Gas Leakage Detector. These devices are used in detecting the sensitivity and leakage of hydrogen. Under the supervision and able-support of the industry heads, our vendors have designed these devices as per the international quality norms. Apart from this, we offer these devices in different specifications to suit clients’ diverse needs.

  • Microprocessor Control with advanced digital signal processing
  • Multi color visual display
  • High-median-Low leak sensitivity selector
  • Low battery indication
  • Semiconductor gas sensor
  • Detection of mixture 5% Hydrogen (H2) + 95% Nitrogen(N)
  • Carrying case included
  • 15.5” (40 CM) flexible stainless probe
  • Reference Leak source included
  • Ambient concentration reset
  • Long-life, DC brushless fan
  • Automatic zero and background compensation

Detectable Gas Combustible / explosive gas
Sensor type Semiconductor
Detection Range (Calibrated by methane)
0 PPM---1000 PPM or 0 PPM---10000 PPM (optional)
Sampling Method Diffusion
Sensitivity Better than 50 PPM
Working Environment Temperature: -10°C~55°C Humidity: ≤93% RH (non-condensing)
Storage Environment Temperature: -30°C~60°C Humidity: ≤93% RH (non-condensing)
Warm up time ≤30S
Response time ≤10S
Indication LCD scroll bar and data display,
audio alarm with variable tone and frequency
Charging Time ≤ 5 hours
Battery Continuous Working Time >8h (normal working environment)
Sensor lifetime 2 years
Power Supply rechargeable lithium battery
Weight about 300gms
Dimensions 180mm×70mm×35mm


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