"PH3000 Benchtop Dangerous Liquid Detector" uses electromagnetic measuring circuit to detect the liquid in the container with appropriate material and wall thickness requirements, and judges whether the liquid is safe or not by using the physical characteristics of the liquid which have significant differences in dielectric constant. When non-dangerous liquids such as water, soft drinks and dairy products are detected, the instrument gives a safety prompt; when flammable and explosive dangerous goods such as alcohol and gasoline are detected, the instrument gives an alarm prompt.
1. Small size, light weight and easy operation
2. Metal and non-metal detection at the same time without affecting each other
3.Fast detection speed
4. Wide detection range
5. LCD screen display, touch operation, all functions are integrated in software, no hardware adjustment required
6. No maintenance and calibration required
Detection target: Flammable and explosive liquid in sealed container
Container material: plastic / glass / metal / ceramic / paper (no aluminum foil coating)
Detection volume: 100-5000ml for plastic / glass container, 100-2000ml for metal container
Start-up speed: no more than 3s
Detection speed: plastic / glass container no more than 2s, metal container no more than 5 seconds
Minimum detection volume: 100ml
Size: 515mm (length) 365mm (width) 175mm (height)
Weight: about 6kg
Operating ambient temperature: -15-55 ° C
Relative humidity: 0-99% RH (non-condensing)
Tested liquid temperature: 0-40 ° C
Power supply: AC100-240V (50 / 60Hz)
Alarm: audible alarm / light alarm / LCD screen
Products are widely used in security inspection, prevention of terrorist attacks, security screening of enterprises and institutions and other fields.
Transportation department: railway, station, airport, subway port;
Government departments: embassies, police stations, fire stations, courts, procuratorates, border stations, the military, etc .;
Public places: large-scale meeting places, stadiums, theaters, shopping malls and other crowded places.