In a boiler room, it is necessary to ensure a rapid detection of any abnormal presence of flammable gas. In the event of an alarm, the control unit must at least close the gas supply solenoid valve and transmit an alarm to prevent and initiate the intervention procedure. We can also predict the cut off the electrical energy to guarantee the perfect safety of the installation. Our systems meet all the possible combinations required by the regulations.
The distalarm systems are CE and comply with the ATEX directive.
Ventilation in underground car parks, garages, workshops or delivery areas is required. Traffic, even in private parks is irregular. It varies according to the hours, the days, sometimes even the seasons. Constant ventilation is expensive, ventilating at fixed times does not provide sufficient security.
By automatically controlling the different ventilation regimes, depending on the pollution measured (CO, NO², H2S, H2) sensoparc systems provide a safe and economical solution to exploitation.
In the industry, there are many applications: Continuously monitor ceiling heating, monitor a battery charging room, prevent any abnormal presence of toxic gases or vapors flammable in a storage area, monitor the burners in a tunnel kiln or metallurgical furnace, detect a leak in an industrial process and centralise the data to allow a rapid intervention, ensure the perimeter protection of a discharge zone by detecting any abnormal degassing process.
We have a solution for each of these situations.
In a laboratory, the risks are high: toxicity, accumulation of flammable vapors. Dangers can even cumulate.
Outside the storage areas, the “benches” are spaces where control is necessary. The Bunsen burners are potential sources of risk, as are connections to fluids. Manipulations and experiments should also be monitored in several locations separated with a precise identification of the origin of the alarm.
Greenhouses are often heated with a gas boiler (natural gas or LPG). Products of combustion, rich in CO² and water vapor are released into the greenhouse atmosphere to optimise lower cost.
On the other hand, in case of bad combustion, abnormal supply, defective air supply …, the accidental production of carbon monoxide (CO) is possible. The toxicity of CO is important for plants, but much more for man and at lower concentrations. It is therefore essential to put the installation under surveillance.
Any installation using a refrigerant must be subject to special monitoring. It’s not about neither flammable nor explosive risk, but of environmental risk and consecutively of an economic risk. Ambient detection of pollution accumulation is a useful addition to localised leak detection.
Toxic gas detection
The presence in the atmosphere of products, gases or vapors, is accompanied by risks of toxicity. It is essential to protect yourself. A gas detection system is the preferred instrument of alert.
The detectors used must be adapted to the reference risk. They will have to be calibrated according to toxicity limits specific to each gas.
The diversity of situations likely to be encountered is such that each case must be considered as particular.