THE HAZARDOUS GAS ALARM SYSTEM
The Pason Hazardous Gas Alarm System operates with the Pason Electronic Drilling Recorder (EDR).
If a hazardous rig atmosphere is detected, the system reacts immediately, sounding an alarm and flashing a strobe light. The system then posts a memo to Pason’s EDR permanent log stating when the alarm occurred. LEDs on the main control unit pinpoint the location of the alarms, sensor status, and potential equipment malfunctions.
- Fully compatible with Pason‘s EDR
- Real-time and constantly recorded data. Constant monitoring and recording of LEL levels in Pason‘s EDR or ESR allows for accurate, real-time information. Values can be viewed on field workstations and on the Pason DataHub. Data is accessible during drilling or service operations, and after the well is completed
- Engineered to be easy-to-use and highly functional
- Rig tough. It can be disconnected, moved with the rig, and reconnected in seconds by the rig crew with minimal training
- Low maintenance. The LEL sensor only requires calibration every two years
- Main control unit: Mounts near the driller's console and has status and alarm LEDs for all sensors in use.
- Light and horn: The horn has a 117 decibel rating and the light has a two million peak candlepower lamp. Up to two light and horn modules can also be connected.
- LEL Sensor: The LEL sensor has two selectable ranges for low and high values of alarm: 10%/20% or 20%/40%. At the lower alarm value, the light flashes and the horn "chirps". At the upper alarm value, the light flashes and the horn sounds continuously.