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How do I protect my GD-6 Combustible Gas Detector from false alarms?

Last Updated: 12/09/2013

Mounting the GD-6 away from areas where interfering gases are prevalent can help avoid false alarms.

These gases include alcohol, paint thinner, gasoline vapor, aerosol propellants (hairspray), ammonia, and cleaning solvents. Locating your detector away from common sources of these gases can reduce potential detector interference and cut down on the number of false alarms that occur.

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