Gas density analyzers and detectors provide continuous measurement of gas density as well as several other valuable parameters, including specific gravity and percent concentration.
The GD402 gas density analyzer and GD40 gas density detector provide continuous measurement of gas density as well as other valuable parameters, including specific gravity and percent concentration.
The GD40 detector is designed for intrinsically safe and flameproof, explosion protected applications. It is designed to be virtually maintenance free for all accepted applications.
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If your analyzer has been up and running properly but when you try to calibrate you receive an "alm 10" code, then clean the detector and try again.
See the below for cleaning instructions
Pairing a GD40G/GD402G gas density detector with the gas density analyzer.
This video shows you how to set the unit up the GD402G for hydrogen purity measurement.
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