Vacker Maldives offers Carbon Monoxide Gas Detectors, of the highest qualities, all over the nation. We supply a series of carbon monoxide gas detectors that are based on the guidelines and standards set by OSHA and other national level safety in reference to existence or accumulation of toxic gases. Vacker Maldives supplies CO Gas Detectors in various cities of Maldives such as Hithadhoo, Malé, Fuvahmulah, Kulhudhuffushi, Thinadhoo, Naifaru, Hulhumale, etc.
Carbon Monoxide is considered to be toxic for haemoglobic animals. It is a colorless, odorless and tasteless gas that is slightly lighter than air. Although, it is produced in small quantities during metabolism in animals for normal biological functions but it is considered harmful if the carbon monoxide content in ambient air is higher than 35 parts per million (ppm). It is useful for the atmosphere as it short lives with a cameo by contributing to the formation of ground-level ozone. But as we have discussed, higher content of CO in the ambient air is considered to be harmful for humans and animals. Hence the content of CO in the living and working spaces must be checked and monitored for good health of the people living or working around.
There are many areas in the work places that are vulnerable to production, accumulation or leakage of carbon monoxide gases. These gases can be easily ventilated from the confined rooms or other spaces, if detected in higher ppm, with the application of ventilation fan controller. In cases when such toxic gases are detected at unsafe level by the CO gas detectors, these devices alert the users or people nearby so as to take necessary actions to get the atmosphere of the area back to safer level. An automatic ventilation fan comes as a complimentary part of the CO gas detectors that operates only when the level of CO in the ambient air goes above the critical unsafe level. This makes it more economical.
Our devices can detect gases at an area of almost 10,000 square feet. You can install and use more than one CO gas detectors depending upon the area of space where there is possibility of CO gas production and accumulation. Moreover, you can inter connect these multiple detectors for a better result in a large spread out space. The provision of LEC indicators in these devices help you know the status of the monitor whereas the large LCD screen will continuously display CO level being monitored.
General Specifications for Carbon Monoxide Gas Detectors by Vacker Maldives
|Power Source||Both AC and DC|
|Display||Alphanumeric LCD Display|
|Dimensions||4" x 2" x 3"|
|Operating Temperature||-20°C to 50° C (-4°F to 120° F)|
|Response Time||< 30 seconds|
Salient Features of Carbon Monoxide Gas Detectors
Some of the features of carbon monoxide gas detectors from Vacker Maldives are as under:
- Backlit illuminated LCD display so that reading levels of gas detected is made easy and doesn’t hurt the eyes of the one viewing the readings.
- Approved by OSHA and other local to national level authorities.
- Life of sensor is 5 years.
- Inbuilt 80 db audible alarm and relay contacts.
- Effortless Installation.
- 2 Years of warranty from the Company.
- Immediate automatic reset after power failure
- Capacity of covering 10,000 Square Feet for detecting and monitoring.
- No programming required you can simply install and start using it.
- Gas sensitive sensors hence there are no false alarms.
- Very low maintenance cost.
- The calibration process is non instructive and can be done by a single person.
Applications of CO Gas Detectors
There are a number of places and applications where CO gas detectors can be used. Some of the common applications are: enclosed parking garages, warehouses, factories, generator rooms, boiler rooms, tunnels, fir stations, rail stations, utility plants, bus terminals, metro stations, power plants etc.
Vacker Maldives supplies carbon monoxide gas detectors that are designed as both stand alone or multi unit gas detectors with a wide range of detection capacity to all the major cities of Maldives including Hithadhoo, Malé, Fuvahmulah, Kulhudhuffushi, Thinadhoo, Naifaru, Hulhumale, etc.