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The EiUK GD3308 Gas Leak Detector is a cutting-edge device designed to detect a wide range of gases, including Natural Gas, Propane, Hydrogen, and more. Its large LCD display showcases gas concentrations in both ppm and % LEL, along with a bar graph and peak value, providing comprehensive insights. This detector boasts an impressive detection range, capable of pinpointing gas concentrations as low as 10ppm and up to 10,000 ppm, making it highly effective in challenging environments. Ideal for gas line installation, maintenance, and repair tasks, it offers adjustable sensitivity for quick and precise leak detection, allowing users to switch between low and high ranges. With its 16-inch flexible probe, the GD3308 can access confined spaces with ease. The innovative TRI Mode Detection offers visual, audible, and vibration alarms, ensuring adaptability to various work environments.
Furthermore, the replaceable sensor minimizes downtime, keeping your operations efficient. The GD3308 can detect a wide array of gases, from methane to ammonia, making it versatile for different applications. Environmental consciousness is also a priority, as this detector is powered by rechargeable Li-ion batteries, reducing waste. The package includes the GD3308 Gas Leak Detector, Li-ion rechargeable battery, charger, protective case, and an instruction manual. In summary, the EiUK GD3308 Gas Leak Detector is a high-performance tool offering precise gas detection across various concentrations and environments. Its user-friendly features, adaptability, and eco-friendly design make it an invaluable asset for professionals in gas-related industries.
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