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The G1000 Smoke Density Monitor is a reliable and robust system designed to provide prompt and accurate responses to smoke. Its durability makes it highly resistant to heat and vibrations commonly found in and around smoke stacks. The system’s flexibility allows for installation in diverse settings, thanks to its compact monitoring unit that can be conveniently placed almost anywhere. Equipped with two alarm relays and an analog signal that can be customized to suit specific requirements, the G1000 offers high adaptability. Our patented technology enables the light source to be positioned at a considerable distance from the smoke stack, while the purge air system effectively protects the optical windows from soot contamination. Additionally, the optical parts can be easily cleaned without the need for specialized tools, ensuring minimum maintenance.
By installing the G1000, you gain economic benefits as it allows for better control of combustion, enabling early detection of faulty operation and optimizing maintenance and operation procedures. This is especially crucial to prevent soot contamination of inert gas. Meeting the regulations set by port and regional authorities worldwide, particularly in North America, is essential. Key features of the G1000 include its ability to satisfy port and regional authorities, temperature and vibration-resistant optic heads, low purge air consumption, easy auditing, and analog output signal options. The system is also easy to maintain and comes with approvals and certificates such as DNV Type Approval for Marine, Offshore, and Industrial Applications, as well as ABS Type Approval for Marine and Offshore Applications.
Mr. Marine trades under Mr. Marine Elevator, Mr. Marine Ballast and Mr. Marine Instruments & Controls. Our dynamic company aims at keeping vessels safe and compliant, anywhere in the world. With technical know-how, unparalleled spare part sourcing and 24/7 responsiveness, we are your global beacon.
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