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GD10 HART 7 Compliant

Simtronics, an IST Company, is pleased to announce the GD10 infrared combustible and carbon dioxide gas detectors have successfully satisfied all requirements for HART Communication Foundation’s Quality Assurance and Device Registration, Version 7.

The GD10P point IR gas detectors and GD10PE Extended point IR gas detectors are widely used in the harshest of environments to protect worker safety and property from the threat of harmful gases. The GD10 point detectors respond to either flammable gas or carbon dioxide with two solid-state infrared sensors that need no calibration or servicing during their lifetime. The infrared source is silicon-based and lasts up to 60 years ­ unlike normal infrared lamps that operate for only 3-4 years. 

The gas detectors perform self-diagnostic and calibration tests and give clear warning if a malfunction is detected, without giving a false gas alarm. It has applications in offshore oil and gas platforms, chemical and petrochemical plants, waste disposal, gas turbines and general industry.

 The GD10 product family complements the new MultiFlame DF-TV7 series of combined ultraviolet / infrared and multi-spectrum IR detectors, the flammable MultiXplo DG-TX7 gas detector, and the toxic MultiTox DG-TT7 series gas detectors; which are also all compliant to HART 7 registration requirements.

 

To read more, please visit the Simtronics website here.

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