Commercial and Industrial Systems

Commercial and Industrial Systems

The following list describes the commercial and industrial systems we cater for but is not exhaustive. Safety is ensured by fixed mains powered gas detection systems which automatically isolate the gas supply in the event of a gas leak being detected. To view the products, simply click on the required link.

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Panther Gas Direct Ltd provides systems for;
Boiler rooms, Plant rooms & Work shops
Laboratories, Design and Technology rooms
Garages, Mechanical Handling Equipment battery charging systems
Car Park CO Detection Systems
Flame Detection Systems
Leak Detection Systems for Water, Hydrocarbons, Refrigerants and Chemicals
Multi Tenancy properties, Halls of residence, Student accommodations
Swimming pool plant rooms
Pub cellars
Boat Gas Detection
Caravan and Mobile Homes
Domestic installations e.g. gas cooker, gas fire etc.

Boiler rooms, Plant rooms & Work Shops
Gas detection is used to monitor for the accidental release of fuel gases including Natural gas and LPG. Toxic gases such as carbon monoxide a by-product of combustion, which is often caused by inefficient burning of fuels can also be detected.
The gas detection system would normally interface with the fuel supply and automatically shut down the combustion process on detection of flammable gases or toxic gases. Natural gas and LPG gas detection systems 

Laboratories and Design and Technology rooms
Laboratories in schools, colleges and other academic establishments such as research labs have a range of gases which must be monitored in case of a gas escape. Gas detection can provide automatic isolation of the hazardous gases and can also provide shut down in the event of ventilation system failure or inputs from the BMS system or fire alarm.
D&T rooms in schools and colleges often have gas detection systems fitted due to the increased risk of accidental gas escape. The gas detection system will automatically isolate the gas supply and the water supply if required. IGEM (Institute of Gas Engineers and Managers) recommend that a flammable gas detection system should be fitted with a CO detection system. (See IGEM/UP/11). Natural gas and LPG gas detection systems 

Garages, Mechanical Handling Equipment battery charging systems
Exhaust gas detection systems can be used to detect levels of poisonous gases in garages to control ventilation systems or to sound alarms in the event of high levels of gases being detected.
Mechanical Handling Equipment battery charging systems give off explosive gases when in use. Gas detection systems are used to monitor these gases to enable a shut down of the charging process in the event of a high level of gas being detected before a dangerous situation can occur. Click here for more information and  data tables

Car Park CO Detection Systems
Carbon Monoxide (CO) is the main component of vehicle exhaust emissions. CO is toxic and a health risk to the general public or employees who in car parks. CO is also a hazard in below ground or enclosed road service tunnels used to deliver goods to shopping centres and engine test facilities etc.
CO levels can be monitored to regulate the mechanical ventilation to ensure that CO levels are within acceptable limits to reduce ventilation running costs whilst still maintaining safety. Click for CO data and detector systems

Flame Detection Systems
Flame detection systems are used to detect fires were other detectors may not be suitable and are suitable for the detection of fires including hydro carbons, wood, natural gas etc.

Leak Detection Systems for Water, Hydrocarbons, Refrigerants and Chemicals
Leak detection systems can be used in operating theatres, control rooms, tele comms equipment, archives stores, libraries, luxury homes, computer facilities, plant rooms, fuel storage facilities etc. A leak can be detected and prompt action taken to avoid expensive loss of stored products and environmental damage being caused.

Leak Detection

Leak Detection Systems for Water, Hydrocarbons, Refrigerants and Chemicals

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Leak detection systems can be used in operating theatres, control rooms, telecoms equipment, archives stores, libraries, luxury homes, computer facilities, plant rooms, fuel storage facilities etc. A leak can be detected and prompt action taken to avoid expensive loss of stored products and environmental damage being caused.

Things to know. 

1. Area requiring coverage (comms room, tea point etc) if no drawings available room dimensions.
2. Raised or Solid Floor.
3. Location of pipework (if any) at high and low level.
3a. If pipework is at high level is it covered by drip trays,
4. Is BMS (Building Maintenance System) interface required.
5. Potential location of the Control Panel.
6. Is there any possibility of the system being expanded in the future.

 

 
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