WHY INSTALL A DETECTOR
GAS TYPE MD-2000R?
A LEAK OF GAS AND IT IS THE EXPLOSION!
In the vast majority of cases, gas leakage occurring in individual habitat
While an occupier is present in the scene without having been warned in time a
Any threat (light leakage at the level of the supply duct, accidental extinction of the flame of a gas cooker,
defective wall boiler);
What to do to be informed of such a danger?
Sophisticated facilities for the detection of gas leakage exist for years.
But, recently, small appliances, compact and modern MD2000R have been developed destined for individuals.
How a detector of gas MD-2000R?
Installed in a few minutes at a strategic location in your home where a gas leak can occur,
the gas detector is able to "feel" by an electronic sensor, leaks of all kinds of combustible gas (natural gas, LPG,
city gas, butane or propane) and you notify by light and sound signals (integrated siren 70 dBm) and, before that
there is risk of explosion
Indeed, called LIE (
lower limit of Explosion) the concentration of flammable gases in the air below
Which no explosive gas atmosphere can be formed ?
This limit corresponds to 100% of the LEL.
However, the gas detector fires between 5 and 15% of the LEL and its response time is
Less than 30 seconds. That's what be reassured!
Detector of gas has a self-test and function of a green light indicating that it
Is in standby. It requires a continuous feed of
12 volts and comes with a
220 volt adapter
Specially designed for the monitoring of individual houses, apartments, mobile homes, caravans
MD-2000R provides protection once it is installed to the types of gas to detect specific and
Indeed, its implementation will be different whether detection of:
Gas natural de Ville (lighter than air) location 1 m from the ceiling.
Butane gas, Propane, LPG (heavier than air) location 1 m from the ground
The propane butane difference: security
Propane or butane are toxic gases to human beings. However, as they are heavier that air, they can cause
asphyxiation when present in large quantities because they tend to stay on the ground and hunt the oxygen
required for breathing. The risk is particularly high in below, located in places such as cellars: once the cellar filled
with liquefied air and hunted and breathing becomes impossible.
There is no difference in smell between the propane and butane: these two gases are odorless but are incorporating
fragrant additive for security reasons