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DECEMBER 2022 CLOSURES

Season's Greetings to all, and very best wishes for the New Year from all of us at NET. We inform you that our offices will be closed for holidays in the following days of December: 7th – 8th – 9th 27th – 28th – 29th – 30th We also inform you that our last shipment date will be Dec. 21st . We kindly...

A NEW ADDITION TO THE IREF PRO RANGE: R-450A.

NET already features the most complete range of refrigerant leak detection solutions on the market today, but as the market is constantly introducing new refrigerants, we are constantly designing new sensors. We are proud to introduce our latest addition for R-450A, a refrigerant designed to serve as a non flammable alternative to R-134a in medium temperature systems, offering similar performance...

THE FIRE TRIANGLE vs. THE EXPLOSION PENTAGON

The process of combustion is often represented by the popular fire triangle – as three factors are always needed to cause combustion: 1) A source of ignition, causing the other elements to combust and create a fire. This can range from a static electricity spark to a spark from metal parts scraping against each other or even when something just...

NET PRESENTS ITS LATEST ADDITION TO THE IREF PRO AND IREF LITE RANGES: R-455A.

NET already features the most complete range of refrigerant leak detection solutions on the market today, but as the market is constantly introducing new refrigerants, we are constantly designing new sensors. We are proud to introduce our latest addition for R-455A, a refrigerant which is rapidly gaining traction in the industry as a substitute for R-404A, R-22 and R-407C. The sensor...

REFRIGERANT LEAK IMPACT

Overall refrigerant leak impact can significantly affect enterprises budgets. On top of the sheer cost of the lost gas itself, a system operating at reduced capacity increases power consumption and stress on its components – increasing, in turns, electric bills and maintenance costs. On top of that, we must add the environmental impact in terms of million metric tons of...

EN 60079-29-1: Performance requirements of detectors for flammable gases

NET3X / NETC3 Cyber Heads can be installed in an explosive atmosphere classified according to the ATEX Directive. They have an Equipment Protection Level (EPL) of Gb, as well as Db when equipped with a dust filter. Moreover, the Cyber Heads are currently undergoing an additional certification process, in accordance with EN 60079-29-1. This standard describes the performance requirements...

REFRIGERANT SAFETY CLASSIFICATION

ISO 817:2014 provides an unambiguous system for assigning designations to refrigerants. It also establishes a system for assigning a refrigerant safety classification based on toxicity and flammability data and provides a means of determining the refrigerant concentration limit. The standard divides flammability into three defined classes with an additional subclassification: Class 3: higher flammability. Class 2: lower flammability. Class 2L: lower burning velocity...

NET CYBER HEAD ANATOMY

The NET Cyber Heads from N.E.T. are ready-to-use enclosures complete with sensor and electronics, designed to be used as a gas detector component or as a standalone field device. NET Cyber Heads are ideal solutions for gas detection system manufacturers and system integrators who do not want to invest in: Developing a sensor or finding it on the market, Developing electronics and...

NEW CO2 SENSOR RELEASE BY NET – THE BEST ACCURACY YET FOR 0-5% VOLUME DETECTION

Implementing our very own Dynamic Range Technology, and performing a double calibration, we are pleased to bring you the most accurate sensor yet for 0-5%vol CO2 detection. The sensor is calibrated to two different ranges of detection: 0-5000ppm (or 0-0.5%vol) 0-5%vol This guarantees superior performances at low ppm levels (±0.01%Vol accuracy for readings below 0.25% Vol) but as concentration increases the sensor automatically...