Application example

Below is some examples of different applications.


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Ammonia in ice rinks

Ammonia is with its thermal properties of the refrigerant best available but because of its toxicity, it must be handled with respect.

Ammonia in refrigeration plants

Ammonia is thanks to their chemical properties of one of the best refrigerant available but due to ammonia toxicity, it must be handled with respect.

Ammonia in brine

According to EN378-2008, establishments with more than 500kg of ammonia have equipment to detect even in the secondary circuit. This applies to both open and closed systems.

HFC (HCFC) in refrigeration plants

HFC (HCFCs) are available in many different varieties with different characteristics but in common that they are heavier than air and can thus penetrate off the air.

Demand controlled garage ventilation (NOx/CO)

Automatic control of ventilation in the garage makes that unnecessary risks are avoided. The garage can also save big money on heating.

Propane (HC) in refrigeration plants

Propane is both fire-and explosion-hazardous, making it important to detect a leak. A leak often starts on a small scale.

Monitoring of explosive gas as LPG, natural gas, etc..

Where it is handled or stored flammable or explosive gases is always the risk of leakage. A gas alarm monitors and warns before the danger occurs.

Carbon dioxide (CO2) in refrigeration plants

Carbon dioxide as refrigerant, the last few years have become increasingly common and is likely to increase further in coming years.

Marine - refrigerant alarm in marine applications

General brochure on marine applications.

General overview gasdetection in refrigeration plants

General brochure for refrigeration plants.

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