- Detects Methane, Hydrogen, Iso-Butane, Ethanol, Ethylene, Tetracholoroethylene, Dimethyl Sufide, Toluene, Formaldehyde, Diethyl-Ether, Ethyl-Acetate, Dichloromethane, Ammonia, R-22
- Multi-color circular bar graph
- Long flexible-obedient sensor-tipped probe
- NGD8800SEN semiconductor gas sensor with protective cap; replacement is available
- Redundant audible and visual leak size indications
- Fast warmup
- Adjustable Hi/Lo sensitivity
- Auto power off
- Sensitivity: Variable; as low as 5ppm (for gasoline)
- Warmup time:<110 seconds (at 25C, 60%RH)
- Probe length: 15.5 in. (395mm)
- Auto power off triggering time: 10 minutes of front-panel inactivity
- Operating temperature: 32 to 104F (0 to 40C) @ <80%RH
- Weight: 14.5 oz. (410g)
- Power source: Four "AA" batteries (included)
- Leak check bottle
- Custom hard plastic carrying case
- User's manual
- 1-year limited warranty
- 6.8 x 2.6 x 2.2 in. (173 x 66 x 56mm)
What types of gas detectors does General carry?
We carry combustible gas, refrigerant, carbon monoxide, VOC, and formaldehyde detectors.
What types of gas do the combustible gas detectors detect?
The combustible gas detectors can detect any type of combustible gas that contains hydrogen. Examples of such gasses are: methane, natural gases, coal gases, hexane, propane, ethane, butane, pentane, ...
How often do these meters need to be calibrated? How do you calibrate them?
We do not have a standard as to when these meters need to be calibrated. In order to calibrate the meter, it needs to be sent to a lab. We do not perform calibrations.
How long are the sensors good for?
The lifespan of the sensor depends on the usage and levels of exposure.
Are there replacement sensors available for the combustible gas detectors?
We only sell replacement sensors for one model of gas detector, the NGD8800. The part number for the sensor is NGD8800SEN.
Does General carry an intrinsically safe combustible gas detector?
The CGD900 is intrinsically safe.