MELBOURNE-based Group Electronics has released three new emission and detection devices designed to detect pollutants created in a wide range of industrial applications.
The devices are the LD500 ultrasound leak detector; the P550 five-gas emission analyser; and the digital dust indicator (DDI).
The LD500 ultrasound detector is suitable for a wide range of applications, including internal leaks in valves and pipes, leaks in pressure and non-pressure vessels and compressed air systems, and high voltage electrical switches. The LD500 uses either an acoustic or contact probe to quickly determine the location of leaks, drastically reducing downtime.
The P550 is a highly sensitive device capable of detecting even the slightest deviation in performance of petrol and gas powered engines. The P550 is equipped with a non-dispersive infra-red (NDIR) optical device suitable for monitoring hydrocarbons, carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, oxygen and NOx gases.
The DDI can be used to measure virtually any non-fibrous, breathable aerosols, including chemicals, coal, silica, and welding fumes. This portable device features a range of either 0.001 to 10mg/m3 or 0.01 to 10mg/m3 and is ideally suited for quick screening of plants to determine areas or sources of high dust concentration.
The LD500, P550 and the DDI, together with a full range of Group Electronics products, will be on display at National Manufacturing Week 2003, Melbourne Exhibition and Convention Centre, May 20-23 and at Townsville Industry Week 2003, Townsville Entertainment Centre, July 22-24.