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Gas leak detector for new users T317-2 - Testo

Leaky gas pipes not only lead to higher gas consumption, but can also trigger explosions and fires in the worst case scenario. Because leaks are often difficult to detect with the naked eye (for example with smallest hairline cracks), gas measuring technology is useful when it comes to testing gas pipes.
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Gas pipe connections can be safely and efficiently tested with the testo 317-2 gas leak detector. The handy gas detector for new users detects two types of gas: methane and propane. The gas concentration is shown via a bar display. In addition, the gas leak detector indicates increasing gas concentrations via an acoustic alarm. The measuring instrument also confirms acoustically that it is ready for measuring.
  • Methane (CH₄): 100 to 20000 ppm;
  • Lower response threshold: 100 ppm;
  • 1st alarm limit: 10000 ppm (20% LEL);
  • Propane (C₃H₈): 50 to 10000 ppm;
  • Lower response threshold: 50 ppm;
  • 1st alarm limit: 5000 ppm (20% LEL);
  • Reaction time: t90 < 5 s;
  • Operating temperature: -5 to +45 °C;
  • Heat up time: 60 s;
  • Battery type: 2 batteries type micro AAA 1.5 V (LR03);
  • Battery life: 4 h (LR03);
  • Display type: 8 segment trend display;
  • Weight: < 300 g.
  • Display of gas concentration via bar display;
  • Self-test of sensor after switching on;
  • Pitch of alarm rises along with gas concentration;
  • Battery monitoring with optical display.
  • Gas leak detection in gas pipes.

F.Fonseca is distributor of Testo in Portugal.
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