Hydrogen leak detector

H2000 industrial leak detection instrument uses hydrogen as a tracer gas to sense leaks. Compact, robust system is extremely sensitive to hydrogen gas and can be used to detect leaks smaller than bacteria. Using a safe, non-hazardous 5% hydrogen in 95% nitrogen mixture, it offers flexible detection solutions for a variety of applications, including the ability to disclose, localize and detect leaks with high sensitivity, independent of temperature.

12/22/2003



H2000 industrial leak detection instrument uses hydrogen as a tracer gas to sense leaks. Compact, robust system is extremely sensitive to hydrogen gas and can be used to detect leaks smaller than bacteria. Using a safe, non-hazardous 5% hydrogen in 95% nitrogen mixture, it offers flexible detection solutions for a variety of applications, including the ability to disclose, localize and detect leaks with high sensitivity, independent of temperature. Electronic device requires no pumps, valves, or vacuum and therefore needs minimum maintenance. Instrument features a standard probe with no sample suction to eliminate dust contamination. Probe can also be equipped with a protective cover that allows leak detection on wet objects. Settings are easily changed through the unit’s user-friendly display.

www.sensistor.com

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