In this category, you will find products intended for gas detection in public utility buildings.
Stationary Gas Safety Systems have been widely used for many years in public utility and industrial facilities to protect people, property and the environment against gas hazards. The presence of hazardous gases in the surrounding atmosphere concerns not only trained personnel of highly specialized industrial plants, but also unprepared or particularly sensitive people, such as children, pregnant women and the elderly.
In our opinion, both of the above groups require equally high protection and attention as well as reliability on the part of persons responsible for the safe operation of technical systems. The solutions that we develop are reliable and innovative, and additionally have implemented functionalities that are unheard of in existing solutions.
Atest Gaz has been operating on the general construction market from the very beginning of its activity. We offer two product lines for gas detection, both in the area of heating and ventilation: Alpa Gas XT and Teta Gas.
System Teta Gas System
Teta Gas system is a modern Gas Detection System that uses Digital Data Transfer – Teta BUS, which via a single pair of cables, allows for both supply and addressable communication with the gas detectors. It is intended to provide security of public utility, civil engineering and residential facilities (underground garages, boiler rooms or halls heated with radiators) and protect people staying at such facilities from dangerous gas hazards– CH4 or toxic CO/ NO2.
Teta Gas also provides protection against flammable gases from LPG installations in cars or H2 in battery charging rooms - (Teta EcoH - New!).
- Innovative Teta Gas System - addressable, dual-wire Gas Detection System that use Digital Data Transfer
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System Alpa Gas XT
The Alpa Gas XT system is designed to protect public utility facilities such as underground garages, halls heated with radiators and gas boiler rooms. It provides protection for people staying in them against highly poisonous gases, such as carbon monoxide or nitrogen oxide, and against flammable gases from LPG systems in cars or methane from heating systems. It allows for 3-stage detection.
The system communicates in the 4-20 mA standard.
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Feature compare of Teta Gas and Alpa Gas XT systems
* Teta Gas System
Teta Gas System is a most advanced solution designed for detection of hazardous gases. The key advantage of the system is the concept of Digital Data Transmission – Teta Bus where only a single pair of wires is used to combine supplying of power voltage with addressable communication with gas detectors.
Gas Detector Teta EcoDet
Teta EcoDet gas detector are monitoring devices designed to check propane-butane (C3H8, C4H10) concentration in open-access confined spaces (e.g. boiler rooms, manufacturing or warehouse shops heated with gas-fired IR radiators).
Gas Detector Teta EcoN
Teta EcoN gas detector is monitoring devices designed to check nitrogen dioxide concentrations in open-access confined spaces (garages and underground car parks).
Gas Detector Teta EcoWent
Teta EcoWent gas detector is monitoring devices designed to check carbon monoxide concentrations in open-access confined spaces (garages and underground car parks).
Gas Detector Teta MiniDet
Teta MiniDet is an addressable gas detector designed to sense propane-butane (LPG) concentration in public facilities (e.g. garages or parking lots).
Mounting Bracket WM3
Wall Mounting Bracket with shield for gas detector.
Teta MOD Control 1 Control Unit Module
Teta MOD Control 1 is responsible for communication with Teta Gas detectors, processing field signals, indication of the system status for the operator as well as overall control of the system operation.
Warning LED Display TOLED
TOLED Warning LED Display in the Teta design option is the only solution available nowadays on the Polish market that can send a feedback information to a system operator or a supervising control system when something goes wrong with the system wiring or with the field warning device itself.