Improved detection of potential explosions and damage to expensive equipment caused by low temperature gas leaks is provided by advanced LNG temperature sensors now available from the CMR Group.
The range includes TCM2 sensor monitors for gas leakages in the secondary double hull barrier space of tanks on board LNG tankers equipped with reciprocating dual fuel engines. This high performance, precision engineered sensor features a probe element and is cable rated between -200°C to +200°C, and is capable of measuring to Class 1 and 2 fuel standards.
PT100 simplex or duplex versions with individual connection boxes or marked wires are also available from CMR to meet specific end-user applications while tailor-made versions can be precision engineered to meet the requirements of cabling for extreme environments. For instance, sensors can be fully integrated with durable and highly resistant mineral insulation cable (MIC) for applications in immersed locations.
Sensors featuring a measurement probe and cable rated from -200°C to +150°C for accuracy compliance with Class 2 IEC 60751 standard can also be produced for LNG-powered trucks, railway locomotives and power stations applications.
CMR’s LNG temperature sensors provide improved detection
Adapted from press release by Ted Monroe
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