What is the price of a LPG gas alarm for home purpose?
Propane is sometimes referred to as liquefied petroleum gas, LPG, or LP gas. LPG used extensively in kitchens for cooking. For years, contractors and other personnel used the OLD soap and water method which has been proven to be ineffective in detecting the precise location of particularly small gas leaks. Recently, combustible gas alarms have become much more popular and useful.
Why is LPG leakage checking so important
It is nontoxic, colorless and virtually odorless - but, for your protection, odor is added so it can be easily detected when necessary (ethyl mercaptan, which has a strong smell similar to rotten eggs).
Excessive LPG leakage can cause breathing troubles or even explosion (in some cases). We suggest to install LPG gas alarm system in closed premises. Especially places like kitchen etc. in houses or hotels or restaurants.
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Depending on the requirement the gas alarm can be linked to the solenoid gas control valve and alarm system. If gas build-up is detected, the gas alarm controller operates the alarms and automatically shuts down the gas supply by means of the solenoid valve.
To learn more about LPG gas alarm system, contact Hanwei Electronics
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