These products combine nitrogen dioxide (NO2) and carbon monoxide (CO) detection into an energy saving unit. Diesel engine exhaust is a common producer of NO2, and gasoline engine exhaust is a common producer of CO. In accordance with recognized National Standards the permissible exposure limit of NO2 is 1 PPM and for CO the limit is 100 PPM. The Brasch Combination Detector utilizes a dual sensor system that monitors both harmful gases. The easy to read digital display continuously oscillates between NO2 and CO concentration readings.
As target gas levels increase, contacts are provided to actuate ventilation equipment and an audible internal alarm will activate if levels continue to rise. Since ventilation equipment is only required when levels are elevated, energy costs for HVAC operation are significantly reduced.
The Brasch Combination Detector accepts two sensor inputs and may be provided with both signals integral (local), one integral and one remote or both remote. When a remote signal is desired, the Detector is provided with Brasch Gas Transmitter(s) as required.
GSE-NCM-D (Zip Submittal Compilation of the following individual files)
A-211 Brasch Gas Detector Brochure
I-687 GSE Brasch Gas Detector Installation, Operation and Maintenance Instructions
S716 Brasch Combination Carbon Monoxide / Nitrogen Dioxide Gas Detector Sample Specification
GSE Detector Operating Sequence
GSE Detector Typical Mounting and Wiring Diagrams
GSE Detector Submittal Form
GSE-NCM-T (Zip Submittal Compilation of the following individual files)
A212 Brasch Gas Transmitter Brochure
I-688 GSE Gas Transmitter Installation, Operation and Maintenance Instructions
S736 Brasch Combination Carbon Monoxide / Nitrogen Dioxide Gas Transmitter Sample Specification
GSE-TRNS Transmitter Typical Mounting and Wiring Diagrams
GSE-TRNS Transmitter Submittal Form