Natural Gas and Propane Detectors and Alarms, 230VAC, 120V AC, Direct Plug In and Line Cord.
In the USA, natural gas and propane heat most homes and businesses. Smelling Mercaptan, the scent additive, is no indication of the severity of the gas leak. Be safe: install combustible gas monitors near each gas using appliance. Natural gas monitor alarms mount above appliances within 6 inches of the ceiling or on the ceiling 12 inches from a wall. Propane is heavier than air: propane alarms mount within 4 to 20 inches above the floor near the appliance. For sewer gas or gas from nearby landfills, mount near the sump pit.
Safe Home ™ sells two major brands of combustible gas alarms. These gas detector products sound when the concentration is less than 25% of the lower explosive limit. Safety Siren Pro 3 gas alarms plug directly into outlets. Safe-T-Alert, in 120VAC and 230VAC models, have a line cord for correct placement without a nearby outlet.
Protect your home, your business and your lives from explosions or fires from leaking propane or methane gas. Install natural gas and propane specific alarms from Safe Home ™
Natural Gas and Propane Detectors monitor the levels of gas present at the sensors. An alarm sounds at less than 25% of the lower explosive levels of natural gas or propane. Carbon monoxide alarms do NOT have sensors for combustible gases like natural gas, butane, gasoline and propane. Gas "puddles" above the gas appliance if it is natural gas and below the gas appliance if it is propane. So install natural gas alarms above the gas appliance and at or near floor level for propane.
For more ideas on how to safe guard your family through Safe Home Products® such as installing Carbon Monoxide Alarms , Gas Auto Shut Off Valves , and Radon Monitor and Alarm , add those key words into our product search. Stay alive and healthy. Know when to leave the house without shutting the door (sparks can set off an explosion from gas) and call 911. Combustible gas alarms are available in 115VAC and 230VAC. Safe Home® is your source for protective products for radon, natural gas, methane, carbon monoxide, propane and more. Send your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.