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Long Distance Remote Methane Leak Detector 150m TDLAS IP68
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|L20 Remote Laser Methane Gas Detector
|Exib IIC T4 Gb
|Li-ion Battery, 12h Working Time
|Phone And PC
150m Remote Methane Leak Detector,
TDLAS Remote Methane Leak Detector,
IP68 Remote Methane Leak Detector
Zetron L20 Handheld Remote Laser Methane Gas Detector
L20 Handheld Remote Laser Methane Gas Detector is Implementing the design concept of "a reliable tool in the hands of inspectors", makes it a perfect combination of ergonomics and high performance with an appearance resembles a "flashlight". Equipped with auxiliary sight to accurately locate the target under strong light or in a long distance.
The multifunctional bracket and grip addons help to achieve convenience for high-rise bulding inspection and suitable for accessories like tripods.
L series products can last up to 12hours. Fully integrated smart battery management technology helps greatly to guarantee the battery work properly even in extremely cold environment.
- Extremely waterproof and dustproof -IP68
- L20 is capable of detecting in 150m
- L 20 support to 12hours working time
- Inspection APP - an intelligent system to realize real-time inspection data recording.
- Compatible of both iOS and Android.
|Explosion- proof Grade
|Exib IIC T4 Gb
|-20°C ~ 50°C
|Class I (Harmless to Naked Eye)
|Max Detection Distance
|< 90%RH, No condensation
|Class IIIR (Harmful to Naked Eye)
|Li-ion Battery (12hours duration)
|225 x 70 x 80 mm
When abnormal gas pressure in the pipeline caused a gas leak, the laser methane telemeter was used to monitor it, and it was found that the instrument at the excavation site of the road construction sounded an alarm. After careful inspection and gradually approaching the location, it was determined that the pipeline was leaking. It was understood that the leakage of the pipeline at this location was caused by the use of excavators to clean up the remaining soil during road construction. When the pipeline was cleaned above the gas pipeline, the company's pipeline was accidentally damaged, causing gas leakage.
In the leak inspection and repair of buried pipelines, because the leaked gas rapidly diffuses into the air, the concentration is often too low and it is difficult to detect the leak point. The laser methane telemeter has an accuracy of ppm (parts per million) and can detect the air. Weak to 5ppm methane gas, by scanning the surrounding gas concentration and displaying on the screen to accurately locate the leakage point.