Hazardous gas detection system design: Are you unsure how to layout your hazardous gas detection system and fan control logic? Consult with Acme’s design staff – provide us with your drawings, and we will lay out the system for you. You can trust Acme’s
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The DG-EN is usually installed in bus and truck terminals or maintenance facilities, package distribution warehouses and building loading docks where Diesel fumes pose a threat to indoor air quality. In order to protect the hazardous gas detection sensor from the Respirable Combustible Dust (RCD) present in Diesel fumes, Acme uses an air pump to draw the sample to the detection unit from the space, where it is filtered and passed to a solid-state infrared CO2 analyzer or an electrochemical NO2 analyzer