The combustible gas alarm
is an explosion-proof and explosion-proof equipment, and should not be used beyond the specified scope. The combustible gas alarm
shall not be used in sulfur-containing occasions. The combustible gas alarm should be used when the combustible gas concentration is lower than the lower explosive limit. Otherwise, the components may be burnt out.
For combustible gas alarms
with test buttons, press the test button at least once a week to check whether the alarm system is normal and whether there is anything wrong. The zero point and range of the alarm should be checked and calibrated every 3 months.
It is necessary to use combustible gas alarms
reasonably, check the components at all times, and allow them to expand their use under the conditions of reasonable use and proper maintenance.
Always check the detector for accidental water ingress. The breathable cover of the detector should be removed and cleaned to prevent clogging during instrument testing.