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Combustible Gas Detector


Rental Rate:$39/week

Combustible Gas Detector

  • Very sensitive electronic gas detector with flexible 16 inch gooseneck probe detects LPG, CNG gas leak and 15 different combustible gases. The Combustible Gas Leak Detector has a long slim Goose-neck probe to find leaks in tight areas. Its'' adjustable alarm, easy one-hand operation and impact resistance storage case add up to value and convenience.


    Easily operate the Combustible Gas Leak Detector with one hand to detect presence of combustible gases. Audible and visual indicators help pinpoint leak source. Adjustable "tic" rate helps eliminate background gas concentration in contaminated environments.



    • Higher Sensitivity
    • Adjustable tick rate to locate leaks quickly and easily
    • Visual leak detection by LED indicators
    • Precision sensor detects even the smallest leaks
    • Fast response of less than two seconds to 40% LEL
    • Includes earphone Jack
    • 16" Goose-neck.



    • Sensitivity:  50 ppm methane
    • Sensor Type: Low power semiconductor
    • Warm Up Time: Approx.60 seconds
    • Response Time: Less than 2sec. (up to 40% LEL)
    • Duty Cycle: Continuous
    • Probe Length:  16"
    • Power Supply:  3"C" cell batteries, exchangeable
    • Battery Life:  8 hours continuous use, typical
    • Alarm Visible & Audible at 10% LEL for Methane. Can be calibrated for other concentrations or gases.
    • Warranty:  1 year


    Operating Conditions

    To ensure accurate readings use it only when ambient air is within this range: Temperature: 32 to 120°F Humidity: 10 to 90% RH (non condensing).


    Gases Detected

    The GAS detects a wide variety of gasses, including some toxic gasses, and nuisance vapors. The following lists represents only a portion of the more common gasses it will detect.


    Combustible detected by GD-3300:

    • Natural Gas
    • Propane
    • Butane
    • Methane
    • Acetone
    • Alcohol
    • Ammonia
    • Steam
    • Carbon Monoxide (not to quantify)
    • Gasoline
    • Jet Fuel
    • Hydrogen Sulfide
    • Smoke
    • Industrial Solvents
    • Lacquer Thinner
    • Naphtha
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