The gas sensors ME 1250 are available for different compounds of asphyxiating gases. The sensors use different measuring methods, which can be selected for specific gases depending on the application. The measuring range of the gas measuring cells can often be calibrated; We would be happy to advise you on deviating measuring ranges of the gas sensors. We recommend the alarm thresholds according to guidelines and industry standards, but these can be individually configured on the gas control panel.
Oxygen and oxygen-displacing gases are measured to protect against asphyxiation. The oxygen content is measured for all gases that cannot be measured directly, such as nitrogen and noble gases.
Refrigerants also fall under this category as they are neither flammable nor toxic but displace oxygen. Escaping refrigerants not only pose the risk of suffocation, but can also be harmful to the climate and interrupt the cold chain of the refrigeration systems, thus causing economic damage.
Is your refrigerant not listed?
Refrigerants are available in a variety of gas compounds and are constantly being further developed. The above list of refrigerants is not final. We would be happy to configure sensors with chemosorption or robust and durable infrared measurement technology for your specific refrigerant.