Natural Gas Alarm

Manufactured by Honeywell (Analytics)
Priced from £90  (Inc. VAT)

DLF's summary

Natural gas detection device.

Features

  • visible status indication LEDs and alarm

Options

  • can be directly connected to a solenoid valve, alarm relay can operate normally open and normally closed solenoid valves for automatic gas shut off

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Supplier details

Head office
7 Jaden Business Park
Pospect Way
Swanage
Dorset
BH19 1EJ
UK

Supplier details last checked:
06 June 2018
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Next check due:
05-06-2020

SF Distribution 's name for this product is Natural Gas Alarm Their product code is: HF500
From £90
Inc. VAT

Checked by DLF on 06 June 2018

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Manufacturer's contact

Honeywell (Analytics)
Hatchpond House
4 Stinsford Road
Nuffield Industrial Estate
Poole
Dorset
BH17 0RZ
United Kingdom
01202 676161
http://www.honeywellanalytics.com

Manufacturer's product description

The AMOS Natural Gas Alarm is a hardwired, mains powered unit which will give and audible and visual alarm when the levels of natural gas in the room are starting to rise to unacceptable and potentially dangerous levels. It is frequently used in applications such as with the elderly and disabled where the gas to an appliance may accidentally be left on without igniting it.
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