What is a dangerous liquid safety detector? Hazardous liquid detector is a special security instrument for detecting flammable and explosive liquids. It uses quasi-static computed tomography technology to determine the flammability and explosiveness of the liquid by measuring its dielectric constant and conductivity. The detector can distinguish flammable and explosive liquids such as liquid explosives, gasoline, acetone, ethanol from safe liquids such as water, cola, milk and fruit juice without direct contact with liquids. A technology called Quasistatic Electrical Tomography is used. This technique can evaluate the spatial distribution of the electronic properties of a medium, so that the properties of liquids can be determined regardless of the material of the container. Air gap is allowed between the equipment and the container. The electronic properties (dielectric constant and conductivity) of the liquid then determine whether the liquid is flammable or explosive. The equipment is completely electronic and does not contain any radioactive or microwave materials or other potentially dangerous components.
Hazardous liquid detectors are hand-held and desktop.
Hand-held dangerous liquid detector - detector does not need any adjustment and preparation, the operation is very simple. Hold the device in hand, close the sensor to the surface of the container to be detected, keep it below the surface of the liquid, and press the button. If the indicator lamp is green, the liquid in the container is non-flammable. If it is red, the liquid is dangerous.
Desktop Dangerous Liquids Detector - Put the detected substance into the checkpoint of the desktop Dangerous Liquids Detector after starting, and the detected substance can be detected normally. The red color indicates that the liquid is dangerous.