Gas Detector Alarm - UK Plug

Stock Number: ES1540704

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Gas Detector Alarm - UK Plug

Ideal solution to help detect gas in the home!

Help keep the loved ones at home protected from potentially fatal gas leaks in the home.

When the detected gas density reaches a set value, the alarm emits a loud alarm signal to remind users to take precautionary measures in time.

Specification:

  • Visible (flashing red LED) and audible alarm signal
  • Test function
  • Housed in a white plastic enclosure
  • Fixed 1.5m mains lead and plug
  • For liquid gas and natural gas detection

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  • good quality and great service

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    By - z@zedsded.fr

    Bought this its great my old one made a lot of noise when restarting if the power was interrupted. This happens a lot in rural France this restarts silently and does the same job keeping my family safe. Great value great company quick and cheap delivery to France.
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    By - Barnsley

    excellent product and really does the job of detecting gas, would recommend to others.
  • best ever

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    By - uk

    well pleased with the gas detector what a peace of mind

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  • Q Does it detect Butane gas? 1 Answer

    By Trevor - South Wales - 07 May 2015

    • A
      Yes.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 07 May 2015

  • Q Is there a battery version of the gas detector suitable for a Motorhome off hook.If not, is there a reason? 1 Answer

    By S.P.G. - 06 May 2015

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      We do not stock battery gas detectors.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 07 May 2015

  • Q Is the detecting cell a electrical chemical cell that is sacrificial? 1 Answer

    What is the operating life,

    By JES - Surrey UK - 05 May 2015

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      This is likely to be an electro chemical type detector but we do not have details on this or its expected operating life.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 07 May 2015

  • Q Placement 1 Answer

    Generally speaking, where should this detector be ideally placed in the home?

    By Ryan - Essex - 21 November 2014

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      Liquid gasses such as propane or LPG can fall when escaping and the detector should be low height. Natural gas is lighter than air and if detecting for this set on or near the ceiling of the room.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 21 November 2014