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A new methanometer without any calibration

Abstract : The sensor most commonly used for detecting firedamp (methane) and measuring its concentradon in mines is the catalytic sensor, which costs less than an infra-red detector. The convendonal catalytic sensor has two component parts - a detecting element and a compensating element - enclosed in a flameproof reaction chamber. The detector is a filament encased in a pellet of composite material, made up of alumina mixed with powdered metal (palladium or platinum) which acts as an oxidadon catalyst.
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Gérard Rose. A new methanometer without any calibration. 26. Conférence Internationale des Instituts de Recherches sur la Sécurité dans les Mines, Sep 1995, Katowice, Poland. pp.75-83. ⟨ineris-00971934⟩

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