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UltraSonic EX-5 Gas Leak Detector is Latest Permanent Instrument Product Offering
  • Fixed Gas & Flame Detection Fixed Gas & Flame Detection
The UltraSonic EX-5 Gas Leak Detector is used to detect airborne leaks from high-pressure gas systems.

The detector responds to the ultrasound generated from gas releases in open, well-ventilated areas, where traditional methods of detection may be unsuitable or dependent on ventilation.

Because the UltraSonic Detector responds to the source of a gas release rather than the dispersed gas, it is unaffected by changing wind directions, gas dilution, and the direction of the gas leak. With its wide coverage radius, a single unit can monitor a relatively large area.

Features of the UltraSonic Gas Leak Detector include:

  • Advanced high-precision stainless steel microphone enables instant detection of pressurized gas leaks
  • SenssonicTM integrated acoustic self-test provides full failsafe operation
  • HART and ModBus communication options provide complete status and control capability in the control room
  • Stainless steel 316L explosion-proof housing for corrosion resistance in harsh environments
  • One-person check and calibration with traceable portable test unit delivers high reliability and trouble-free maintenance
  • Three-digit LED display shows actual sound pressure level and alarm indication
  • Event logging stores fault, sound check, calibration, and alarm event history (requires HART communication)

Applications for the MSA UltraSonic EX-5 Detector include floating production storage and offloading vessels; gas compressor & metering stations, storage facilities, and turbine power plants; hydrogen storage facilities; LNG / GTL trains; LNG re-gasification plants; offshore and onshore oil and gas installations; petrochemical processing plants; refineries; and underground gas storage facilities.

For more information, visit www.MSAnet.com/UltraSonicEX5.