Our fixed point refrigerant leak detection systems monitor a wide range of refrigerant gases over multiple zones.
Tek Troniks gas sensors are constant monitoring sensors, no tubing, suction or remote analysis is required. The sensors are designed to be; compact, robust, accurate and to be easily installed within the common locations that require monitoring in refrigeration and air conditioning systems.
Our refrigerant leak detection sensors are shipped pre-calibrated to the selected gas. Sensors are available as either fixed or remote head.
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At a glance:
- Local & remote alarms
- Gas specific sensors
- Continuous monitoring
- Automated alarm emails
- Reduce installation costs
Benefits of Tek Troniks wireless FGAS refrigerant leak detection system
Reduced installation costs
Simple to install or retrofit. Robust long range wireless transmitters with range extenders to cover large areas.
Not just leak detection
We have a range of sensors that can monitor anything from temperature, humidity, fault signals, to energy consumption all from the same system.
Dual alarm capabilities
Users are alerted when there's a leak both at the point of sensing and at the main base station with secondary alarms including email and SMS alerts.
Cost effective refrigerant leak detection
The ease of installation and simplicity of our system means that we can offer a competitive leak detection solution for a large variety of applications.
Frequently asked questions
We offer detection of a broad range of gases using a number of sensing technologies.
Our supplied gas sensors are calibrated to the required gas to increase their detection accuracy.
Contact us to confirm the sensing technology needed, we will supply a free, no obligation quote on the equipment required.
When using our wireless refrigerant leak detection solution you can add any of our other sensor types.
Therefore, if you need to add temperature, humidity or other factors the same system will do both.
In 2014 the latest version of the fluorinated greenhouse gases “F Gas” regulations came into existence. The legislation impacts users of affected HFC's including the refrigeration & air-conditioning sector.
The responsibilities for leaks falls on the equipment users and it is their responsibility to ensure all equipment is leak checked. Depending on the levels of refrigerants held, this check period could be at a maximum period of every 3 months.
Installation of a gas leak detection system can impact the inspection cycle, and intervals may decrease with a system installed. Consult your refrigeration specialist for more information.
To find out more visit this link from GOV.UK
Adding to our wireless systems will depend on the type of gas sensor technology currently being used.
Contact us to discuss your current system, we can advise if a connection is possible.
The manufacturer of the gas sensors recommends that they are calibrated annually.
The sensors should also be tested after a major leak to ensure they are working correctly.
It is good practice to bump test sensor on a regular basis to ensure correct operation.
The calibration of the sensors can be completed in-situ (as long as there's access to the sensor head) and can be completed by your refrigeration engineers.