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The Green Instruments G26 Ambient Oil Mist Detector is a dependable opacity meter designed to detect various types of oil mist, like hydraulic oils and fuel oils, present in open spaces. Oil mist, which consists of oil droplets suspended in the air, can ignite at low temperatures and lead to engine room fires, posing serious risks to lives, the environment, and assets. This detector employs solid green laser technology and a double-pass measurement method, ensuring high accuracy and reliability in extreme working conditions onboard vessels. Its robust design allows for simple installation and the detection of real undiluted oil mist clouds in the atmosphere. Unlike traditional oil mist detectors, the G26 offers several advantages, such as a wide scanning range of up to 15 meters and the ability to be configured with multiple detectors, allowing simultaneous monitoring of oil mist in different areas. This enhances safety on vessels significantly.
The G26 Ambient Oil Mist Detector is cost-effective due to its line-of-sight measurement, eliminating the need for sampling devices and minimizing system failures over time. With no moving parts, the detector requires little maintenance, primarily limited to occasional cleaning and in-situ calibration. The system includes an HMI module that provides user-friendly visualization and operation, offering real-time insight into atmospheric oil mist conditions. This enables immediate action to be taken in response to minor oil leakages, preventing potential disasters. For narrow spaces, there’s a pre-aligned spot measurement version called G26 Spot, which features a protected laser beam to avoid false alarms caused by unintentional breaks.
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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