H a l o g e n Valve Systems’ Terminator Actuator quickly c l o s e s 150-pound toxic gas cylinder valves in three seconds when activated from remote sensors and switches.
The satellite gas detector (Model HVS400) monitors and reports a variety of hazardous and toxic gases to a SCADA system or other electronic monitoring equipment. Its features include an LCD status indicator, one-person calibration, magnetic tamper-free switching, and 4-20 mA analogue gas level outputs. This system can be connected through a SCADA system or other electronic system to Halogen’s emergency gas shutoff systems to immediately remedy a gas leak.The microprocessor-based electronics detect most toxic gases in parts per million (ppm). The gases detected include: ammonia, carbon monoxide, chlorine, chlorine dioxide, ozone and sulphur dioxide. The satellite gas detector is compact (only 4.5 inches long) and certified as intrinsically safe for use in hazardous locations.
The Hexa-con Model II control system quickly closes up to six Eclipse a c t u a t o r s on toxic gas cylinder and ton container valves when activated by panic buttons or remote gas sensors. The newly designed Model II computer system applies 30 foot-pounds of torque for test closures and 50 foot-pounds of torque for emergency closures of the cylinder valve. All fire codes recognize and approve the “automatic-closing fail-safe shutoff valve” system in lieu of a scrubber treatment system. With a Hexacon Model II, your SCADA system can be provided with actuator closure status and error codes to quickly analyze problems and take the appropriate corrective action. When combined with a Halogen Valve gas detection system, you will have a secure facility 24/7.