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Combustible Gas Detector

Combustible gases are essential fuels for various industries, including manufacturing, power generation, and transportation. They are highly flammable and can produce significant amounts of energy when ignited. As a result, many industries rely on combustible gases to power their operations and machinery.

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Characteristics of Combustible Gases


The flammability of combustible gases can pose a significant hazard. Accidental ignition can result in fires, explosions, and other safety hazards.


The density of combustible gases is another crucial factor to consider. Some gases, such as propane and butane, are denser than air and can accumulate in low-lying areas. This can create explosive atmospheres in confined spaces.


The composition of combustible gases is also critical to their use in different industries. Many combustible gases are hydrocarbons, which are composed of hydrogen and carbon atoms. The unique combination of these atoms determines the gas's properties, including its energy content, flammability, and boiling point.

Understanding the characteristics of combustible gases, including their flammability, density, and composition, is essential to their safe and efficient use in industrial processes.

How to Detect Combustible Gases

Industrial Scientific has a range of combustible gases detector products, including: multi-gas detectors Ventis® MX4, Ventis® Pro5 and MX6 iBrid®, and the Radius® BZ1 Area Monitor. 

Multi-Gas Monitor

Ventis Pro5

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Multi-Gas Monitor

MX6 iBrid

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Multi-Gas Monitor

Ventis MX4

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Area Monitor

Radius BZ1

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