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Flame detector

April 1, 2011

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The 3600-L/LB UV/IR Optical Flame Detector with ATEX approval monitors flames from gasoline, methane, heptanes, ethanol, diesel fuel and other sources. The signals from both sensors are analyzed for frequency, intensity and duration. Simultaneous detection in both the UV and IR sensors trigger an alarm signal and counter false alarms. It is reliable, with a minimum of 150,000 hours mean time between failures.

Sierra Monitor Corp.

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