Refrigerant Leak Detection

With the huge rise in cost for refrigerant gas, it pays to have an efficient refrigerant gas leak monitoring system installed that continuously checks for system charge gas leaks.

Refrigerant Gas Leak Detection

The ARMS 2 is an aspirated fixed refrigerant gas leak detection system designed to tick the important boxes. 

Reduce Refrigerant Loss & Minimise Costs
Quick identification of refrigerant gas leaks minimise the cost of having to replace lost (and increasingly more expensive) refrigerant gases

Legal Requirements – F-Gas Regulations
Under the current F-Gas Regulation it is mandatory for sites with an overall refrigerant charge of 500 tonnes CO2e or more to install a fixed refrigerant leak detection system.

Save on Samplers

Samplers save costs versus using a gas transmitter in every monitoring location:

  • Gas sensing takes place within the system rather than installing a gas sensor at each point of detection.
  • The practicalities of installing and positioning of conventional gas transmitters can be more complicated.
  • Of costs involved laying cables and tray work.
  • Ongoing maintenance costs of gas transmitters are greater than samplers.

Case Study - How EfW Operators are Benefiting From a Biogenic CO2 Sampler

To obtain ROC’s, the operator must prove biogenic content is at 50% or greater. With our Ofgem approved sampler, operators can be confident of submitting accurate results to claim ROCs.

Case Study - CO2 Detection System Commissioning at Brewery

If leaks go undetected, CO2 is a major threat to health within the brewing industry. a1-cbiss comissioned a fixed gas detection system for CO2 and O2 ready to provide visual warnings once alarm levels are reached.

Talk with the Experts

Contact us - Our application specialists will identify the best gas monitoring equipment for your needs based on the information that you can provide. If you're unsure about what's important, consider booking a site survey.

Book a site survey - Our specialists consider your process, your site conditions and work with you to understand your needs. It is the most effective means of ensuring your system is completely fit for purpose.