A Gas alarm
is a device that detects the presence of one or more specific gases, such as natural gas, propane, carbon monoxide, and others, and sounds an alarm to alert people in the area to the danger. Gas alarm
are commonly used in homes, offices, and other buildings to protect against gas leaks and other gas-related hazards.
There are different types of gas alarms available, including:
Plug-in gas alarms: These alarms plug into an electrical outlet and are designed to detect a single gas, such as carbon monoxide.
Battery-operated gas alarms: These alarms are powered by batteries and can detect one or more gases.
Hardwired gas alarms: These alarms are wired directly into the electrical system of a building and can detect one or more gases.
Combination gas alarms: These alarms can detect multiple gases and are available in both plug-in and battery-operated versions.
Gas alarms can be used to detect specific types of gases such as CNG, LPG, LNG, etc. It's important to have appropriate gas alarms in the place where CNG or LPG is used or stored, to ensure the safety of the people and property.