PolyXeta II – sensor series for combustible and toxic gases in Zone 1 and Zone 2 with SIL 2By ALVI
ALVI Automation – India (http://www.alviautomation.com) in association with Gas Alarm Systems – Australia (http://www.gasalarm.co.au) offer MSR Germany PolyXeta II – sensor series for combustible and toxic gases in Zone 1 and Zone 2 with SIL 2
Wherever combustible or toxic substances are stored, bottled, processed or transported, the hazard potential caused by gases and vapors is particularly high.
Wherever combustible or toxic substances are stored, bottled, processed or transported, the hazard potential caused by gases and vapours is particularly high. Proper planning and installation of gas detection systems can significantly reduce the risk to human and plants.
Without technical aid, human beings usually do not have the ability to recognize the dangers at an early stage in order to take precautionary measures. We can assist you with detecting toxic and combustible gases well in advance to take any defensive measures.
PolyXeta II sensor is available in types “Ex dem [ib]” (can be opened in zone 1 at any time) and “EX d” (can be opened in zone 2 at any time). This makes the calibration very easy and simple.
Alonwith IECEx certification, it also is SIL 2 certified. It is thus an ideal choice for measurements in hazardous area and safety related applications.
The device has an option for a LCD display with green/red backlight. It comes with a 4-20 mA proportional output with an optional serial bus to controller.
As PolyXeta II offers safe protection in extreme conditions, it can be used in various industrial applications, few of them as listed below:
Biogas Plants: Sensors to detect CH4 / H2S / CO2 / O2
Petrochemical Industry: Sensors to detect CH4 /C5H12 /C3H8 /H2S /O2 /CO /NH3
Production Industry: Sensors to detect O2 /H2S /CO /CO2
Gas Industry: Sensors to detect CH4 /H2S /CO2 /O2
Waste Disposal: Sensors to detect CO2 /H2S /Hexane /Benzene/ Toluene
Military Camps: Sensors to detect CH4 /H2S /CO2 /O2
For further information, please visit our website at: http://www.gasalarm.com.au/gas-list/and click on the gas to be measured for all the possible solutions we have.