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    How to Choose a Toxic Gas Detector?

    There are many types of toxic and harmful gases, each with different properties and concentrations. Therefore, the applicable occasions of toxic and harmful gas detectors are also different. For different production occasions and testing requirements, how to choose a toxic gas detector? Here, ATO will help you choose a more accurate and suitable toxic gas detector.Cheap gas detector

    • When using a multi-gas detector or a composite gas detector, cross-interference of gas detection channels often occurs, which affects the detection accuracy. Therefore, this is the point we must understand before choosing a gas detector.
    • When purchasing a gas detector, you need to pay attention to its accuracy value. Accuracy is the basic criterion for measuring whether a gas detector is good. If the type and concentration of the detected gas cannot be displayed accurately, it means that the quality and detection of the gas detector do not meet the standards. The smaller the precision error value, the more expensive the price, so you can choose according to your own needs.
    • Check the function of the toxic gas detector. This mainly depends on whether the functions are sufficient, such as data transmission, fall alarm, life expiration reminder, wireless data remote transmission and other functions.
    • Know the response speed of the toxic gas detector. When examining data, every second counts once the value exceeds the norm. Some potential security incidents can sometimes be avoided. Therefore, toxic and harmful gas detection equipment with a fast response is very important.

    The above is how to choose a suitable toxic gas detector. ATO offers portable gas detectors and fixed gas detectors, both of which can be used to monitor toxic gas leaks or ammonia (NH3), hydrogen sulfide (H2S), chlorine (Cl2), hydrogen (H2), nitrogen (N2), ozone (O3), etc. Portable gas detectors are available in both diffusion and pump versions. There are optional measuring ranges for different detection gases. For more gas detector information, please consult us.

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