Carbon monoxide and nitrogen dioxide detector KMQ 212 ND
ORTRAT devices are approved by the Spanish Ministry of Science according to UNE 23.300:1984 for carbon monoxide detection.
The main source for carbon monoxide (CO) in urban environments are automobile engines, in big traffic areas they could produce the 60% of the total. Nitrogen dioxide is a threat for health, nitric oxide in atmosphere is not harmful but when it changes to NO2 it can cause respiratory problems.
- Aspiration sampling: In dirty environments conventional detectors lose accuracy because of filter obstruction.
- Up to 20 measurement points, 10 relay outputs configurable for up to 4 alarm triggers for each zone
- Depending on local regulation, sampling points should be located every 200..300m2, so that a detector with 20 intakes could supervise a 6000 m2 parking area with different ventilation zones, located at one or different floors.
- Long lasting electrochemical sensors, highly accurate and steady, even for lower concentrations than 25 ppm (CO) or 5 ppm (NO2)
- Easy integration within our remote control and monitoring interface PLUTO_NT, allowing the management of the whole facilities from a desktop industrial computer, using frequency drives for ventilator control, maximizing energy savings.
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- BOE 23th December 1985: Royal Decree 2367/1985 20th November, establishing mandatory certification is established according to the UNE 23-300-84.
- Statement of the Ministry of Industry, Tourism and Trade, dated October 22, 2007, stating the requirement with regard to detection equipment carbon monoxide, of the Certificate of Conformity issued the Ministry, regardless of the technical opinion of the laboratory, which is one of the specified documents for obtaining same.
- Environmental limits (CO) occupational exposure, according to Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs, and INSHT.
- Environmental limits (NO2) occupational exposure, according to Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs, and INSHT