Gas Leak Probe
GLP



Applications : Leakage detection in
  • LPG industry
  • Factories
  • Natural gas installations
  • Petrochemical, Agrochemical, Fertiliser Plants
  • Thermal Power Stations
  • Distillation & Solvent Extraction Plants.

GLP is a very easy to use gas leakage detector which is safe for use in hazardous areas (Class I Division I). Use GLP to find even tiny leaks in pipes, valves, tanks or any part of a gas system. The sensitive probe responds to minute concentrations. The GLP emits beeping sound (and flashing LEDs) that increases in pitch ans frequency as the probe detects the gas.


To operate GLP, just turn it on and make simple sensitivity adjustment after the unit warms up. GLP beeps about once per second until the probe senses gas when the beep rate increases depending on the gas concentration detected. The sensor probe extends 50 cms to probe in tight spaces. The Gas sensor is solidstate and has a long operational life. It detects all Hydrocarbonderivatives, ketones, lcohols and all combustible gases. Also regfrigerants like R-11,and R-502 are readily detected.

Technical Data:

Range 25 to 10,000 ppm (0.0025% to 1% of natural gas)
Rate 60 per minute in air
120 per minute in 100 ppm
1000 per minute in .5%
Warm Up Time One minute
Response Time 5 to 10 seconds
Sensor (PLG) Semiconductor with 50 cms cable
Power Built-in Rechargeable Nickel Cadmium Battery (1.4 volts)
Charger 230 volts, 10 hour charger
Charge Life 3 to 4 hours operation
Size (mm) Unit - B 85 x D 40 x H 180,
Probe - Dia 20 x L 130
Weight 500 gms
Guarantee One Year excluding batteries, shipping cost and misuse
Gases Detected
GROUP B Hydrogen
GROUP C CyclopropaneD
GROUP D Acetone, ammonia, benzene, butane, alcohols, ethane, methane, (natural gas), ketone, propane, propylene, toulene, vinyl chloride, xylenes.
Non Combustible R-11, R-22, R-502 refrigerants.