Boiler plant rooms can range from small boilers in a school/office block to larger installations. IGD has over 100 years of experience in providing boiler room gas detection solutions. Typical leak detection could be for Natural Gas (Methane) LPG or other fuel gases. IGD also provide monitors for Carbon Monoxide or CO2 detection in boiler plant rooms where products of combustion can be an issue.
In order to perform detector placement an engineering team would model the physical characteristics of the room in which the boiler is located including the ventilation locations and rates. Then a series of design basis releases at several representative locations would be modeled.
Installing a boiler room gas detection system is an efficient and simple way to reduce these risks. Most of gas boiler rooms run without permanent monitoring and a gas leak could stay unnoticed. Boiler rooms gas detection controllers mainly remove these
Sep 21 2018 · Author Bio: Ian Marchant is a senior mechanical engineer at CDM Smith and has 29 years of experience in the building-system and energy fields.C. Douglas Werme is a senior mechanical engineer at CDM Smith and has more than 45 years of experience in HVAC and mechanical design of commercial municipal industrial residential and health care buildings and