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Subject: Re: Furnace oil tank safety alarm
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Date: Sun, 8 Sep 2002 10:24:20 -0400
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Organization: Bell Sympatico
So you would measure evaporated CH compounds?
The sensitivity has to be way up there for it to react at the begining of a
small leak, but still be able to discriminate other small gas leaks such a
humans dispensing methane...;P
"Paul Honigmann" wrote in message
> >>> About leak-detection... what are you going to do about it anyway? A
> >>> leak may go undetected for a long time in any case, and what are you
> >>> to do about a tank rupture even if the oil light comes on in your
> >>> room? The "basin containment" method may be pretty good after all.
> I'd just like to point out that the company I work for makes leak
> detector type things* for flammable gases - check out www.crowcon.com
> Paul Honigmann
> * Yeah alright I help design them... hope this precise terminology doesn't
> you off ;)
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