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EO Detection Alarms
EO Detection Alarms
EO Detection Alarms
EO Detection Alarms
EO Detection Alarms

EO Detection Alarms

EO Gas-Alarm-Controller, Input and output millivolt signal are 4~20mA standard signal. Each circuit is relatively independent. It can freely choose to connect to a 2~32 road two-line, three-line detector. It has advanced embedded microcomputer technology. It's equipped with power supply automatic switching, power supply voltage and power alarm. It also can charge the backup power automatically. It has a calendar clock display function. The zero and full-scale adjustments can be realized by the control panel. It can show the current signal of each instrument and output function with switching volume.

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It's suitable for continuous online detection of ethylene oxide in various industrial environments and special environments. The equipment adopts the technology of imported electrochemical sensors and microcontrollers. It has the advantages of stable signal, high precision and good repeatability, etc.  Explosion-proof wiring is suitable for all kinds of dangerous places. The instrument is compatible with various control alarms, PLC, DCS, and other systems. It is widely used in the oil and chemical industry, industrial production, flue gas exhaust environment monitoring, sewage treatment, bio-pharmacy, environmental protection, school laboratory and other fields. EO detectors can be customized for various ranges and different precision. There are two kinds: audio-light alarm and silent alarm.
We also have a Portable Alarm detector which is removable, handy, convenient, can detect EO gas in various areas of the workshop.
FIRSTEO Machinery
Equipment Co., Ltd.

FIRSTEO Machinery Equipment Co., Ltd. is one of the well-known China ethylene oxide gas detector manufacturers and ethylene oxide gas detector suppliers in China. We have our own technology development, design, production, sales and service department. Our products include the overall facilities of the ethylene oxide sterilization workshop, the pretreatment room, the ethylene oxide sterilizer, the analytical room and the ethylene oxide waste gas treat equipment. Our company has established in a quality management system which accordance with ISO9001:2008 and ENISO134585:2003/AC2009. Our company is engaged in: pretreatment - sterilizer - strong analytical --EO waste gas treatment, the whole process equipment manufacturing factory to provide custom Ethylene Oxide gas detector and wholesale ethylene oxide gas detector. We are a famous China ethylene oxide gas detector suppliers and ethylene oxide gas detector factory of ethylene oxide sterilization that uses hot air heating system in China, and had applied the "utility model patent certificate" (energy saving, water-saving, no corrosion, fast heating speed; which can extend the life of the equipment for 10-15 years). Our own FSTEO-WQ series of ethylene oxide waste air absorption and treatment equipment was developed with the domestic universities. It allows the low temperature reaction process and reselected the catalyst reacting under low temperature. The removal rate of the waste gas was more than 99.9% after the purification of the waste gas. The emission residual gas is far below the national standard requirements. We have also developed an automatic control system which can join the operation between the waste gas treat process and the sterilizing cabinet. Our technical engineers have decades of experience in the industry. So we can provide professional man to install, test, training or repair machine for customer. We have a large number of high-quality customers: Jiangsu Fresenius Medical Care (Germany), Nanchang Kelinnike Medical Appliance (Germany), Shenzhen DooJung Group (Korea), Nanjing micro-tech, Winner Medical and other well-known Pharmaceutical equipment or other related products enterprises in China. We can also provide you with the best equipment and services.

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    How do EO detection alarms work to detect the presence of ethylene oxide (EO) gas?

    EO (ethylene oxide) detection alarms are designed to monitor the presence of ethylene oxide gas in the air and provide an early warning system in case of leaks or elevated concentrations. These alarms play a crucial role in maintaining workplace safety, especially in environments where ethylene oxide is used, such as sterilization facilities, chemical manufacturing plants, and medical institutions. EO detection alarms typically employ a combination of sensors, monitoring systems, and alert mechanisms to ensure the timely detection and response to EO gas.
    The core component of an EO detection alarm is the sensor. There are various types of sensors used to detect EO gas, including electrochemical sensors, metal oxide semiconductor sensors, and infrared sensors. Each sensor operates based on different principles but shares the common objective of detecting the presence of EO gas molecules in the surrounding air. These sensors are sensitive to specific gases and can accurately measure EO gas concentrations within a given range.
    When an EO detection alarm is activated, the sensors continuously sample the air and analyze it for the presence of ethylene oxide. If the concentration of EO gas exceeds a pre-determined threshold, the sensor triggers an alarm condition. The threshold level is typically set based on safety regulations and guidelines, ensuring that any deviation from the acceptable EO levels is promptly detected.
    Once the sensor detects elevated EO gas concentrations, it sends a signal to the monitoring system. The monitoring system, which is an integral part of the EO detection alarm, receives the sensor data and processes it. The monitoring system often includes a microcontroller or a central processing unit (CPU) that performs calculations and analysis on the sensor readings.
    In addition to monitoring gas concentrations, the monitoring system may also track other environmental parameters, such as temperature and humidity. These parameters provide additional context and help to assess the overall safety of the environment. The monitoring system can also log and record the sensor data, allowing for later analysis, trend identification, and regulatory compliance.
    When the monitoring system identifies a hazardous condition, it activates the alert mechanism of the EO detection alarm. The alert mechanism typically includes audible and visual alarms, such as sirens, strobe lights, or LED indicators. These alarms are designed to be highly visible and audible, ensuring that they can be quickly noticed by personnel in the area, even in noisy or dimly lit environments.
    Moreover, advanced EO detection alarms may incorporate additional features for enhanced safety. For example, they may be equipped with wireless communication capabilities to transmit real-time alerts to a centralized control room or send notifications to designated personnel through SMS or email. This allows for swift response and coordination in case of a gas leak or other hazardous situations.
    Regular maintenance and calibration of EO detection alarms are crucial to ensuring their accuracy and reliability. Routine checks, sensor calibration, and sensor replacement, if necessary, should be conducted according to the manufacturer's guidelines and applicable safety regulations.

    What are the key features to consider when choosing an EO detection alarm system?

    When choosing an EO (ethylene oxide) detection alarm system, it is important to consider several key features to ensure its effectiveness in detecting and responding to ethylene oxide gas leaks or elevated concentrations. The following features should be taken into account:
    Sensor Technology: The type of sensor used in the detection alarm is critical. Different sensor technologies, such as electrochemical sensors, metal oxide semiconductor sensors, or infrared sensors, have varying levels of accuracy, sensitivity, and response time. Consider the specific requirements of your application and choose a sensor technology that best suits your needs.
    Detection Range: The detection range of the alarm system should align with the expected concentration levels of ethylene oxide in your environment. Ensure that the alarm system can accurately measure and provide reliable detection across the required concentration range.
    Alarm Thresholds: The alarm system should allow for adjustable alarm thresholds. This enables you to set appropriate limits based on safety regulations and guidelines specific to ethylene oxide. It should provide visual and audible alarms when the gas concentration exceeds the defined thresholds.
    Response Time: The response time of the detection alarm system is crucial for rapid detection and immediate response to ethylene oxide leaks. Look for a system that has a fast response time to ensure timely notifications and activate safety protocols.
    Accuracy and Reliability: Choose a detection alarm system that has a proven track record of accuracy and reliability. Read product reviews and consult with industry experts to determine the performance and dependability of the system.
    Data Logging and Analysis: An alarm system that provides data logging and analysis capabilities can be beneficial for monitoring and evaluating gas levels over time. It allows for trend analysis, troubleshooting, and compliance reporting. Look for systems that offer data logging and software tools for data analysis.
    Communication and Integration: Consider whether the alarm system has communication capabilities to integrate with other safety systems or building management systems. It should be able to send real-time alerts to a centralized control room or notify designated personnel through various communication channels.
    Power Options: Determine whether the detection alarm system requires a specific power source and whether it has backup power options in case of power outages. Battery backup or alternative power options can ensure continuous monitoring even during power failures.
    Maintenance and Calibration: Regular maintenance and calibration are essential for the proper functioning of an EO detection alarm system. Consider the ease of maintenance, availability of calibration tools, and the frequency of sensor replacement or calibration required.
    Compliance with Standards: Ensure that the alarm system complies with relevant safety standards and regulations, such as those set by occupational health and safety agencies. Compliance with standards demonstrates the system's reliability and adherence to safety guidelines.
    Training and Support: Consider the availability of training materials, user manuals, and technical support from the manufacturer or supplier. Adequate training and support can help users operate the alarm system effectively and troubleshoot any issues that may arise.