United Electric Controls to debut propane leak detector

December 11, 2019 By    

United Electric Controls, a producer of safety, alarm and emergency shutdown technology, added ammonia and hydrocarbon sensors to its Vanguard WirelessHART gas detector. Wireless gas detection reduces compliance costs and improves safety by eliminating the need for wiring and terminations, reducing installation costs by as much as 80 percent and enabling greater coverage density, according to the company. The gas leak detectors can run on a single battery for five or more years and handle a broad ambient operating temperature range (minus 40 degrees C to 65 degrees C). They feature enhanced zero stability and are equipped with interchangeable firmware that enables measurement of additional gases without changing the base unit, says the company. Sensor heads for hydrocarbon gases, including propane, will be available in January 2020, the company notes.

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