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Does your remote methane leak detector detect up to 330 feet?

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Does your remote methane leak detector meet the DOT and PHMSA recommendations for keeping a safe distance from gas leaks?

DOT and PHMSA Guidelines

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The U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) and Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA) Emergency Response Guidelines state that as an immediate precautionary measure, a spill or leak area should be isolated up to at least 100 meters or 330 feet in all directions.

gazomat gazoscan remote methane leak detector Does your RMLD meet the DOT and PHMSA recommendations for keeping a safe distance from gas leaks? The GAZOSCAN does. How does your RMLD measure up?

The GAZOMAT™ GAZOSCAN™ laser-based remote methane detector (RMD) quickly detects methane with a response time of 0.1 seconds from 100 meters (330 feet) away. Given that the sensor is lightweight, easy to use, can detect through a glass panel, and is highly sensitive, the Gazoscan RMD is likely the best tool for:

  • Natural gas leak investigation of residential buildings and properties
  • Gas leak inspection of natural gas pipelines
  • Methane leak inspection of a gas container

Gazoscan Remote Methane Leak Detector (RMD)

If you would like more information, see GAZOMAT GAZOSCAN RMD or request a quote now.

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Guide 115 on page 168

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About The Author

Jeffrey Cox is the Vice President of  Linc Energy Systems. With more than 25 years of industry experience, and specializing in natural gas measurement, volume correction and data acquisition he adds his voice to the Linc Energy Blog by writing about natural gas flow measurement and control. Jeff has been in a leadership role since 2004.

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