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Save time and money with BAPI’s Refrigerant Leak Detector

BAPI’s refrigerant leak detector delivers safe, fast and accurate leak detection ensuring your assets are protected at all times.

BAPI’s refrigerant leak detector

The refrigerant leak detector can sense over 100 different refrigerants and has automatic temperature compensation for increased accuracy.

The device detects most modern refrigerants, designed for area monitoring for leaks and spills and has a detection radius of 15m.

It is designed as a plug and play device, ensuring it does not require any costly onsite setup and programming. It can sense the presence of refrigerant and alert a building management system of the potentially harmful or damaging situation.

This makes it one of the most comprehensive refrigerant leak detectors on today’s market.

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• BAPI’s Test and Balance Switch you can quickly test a sensor's location, range and current temperature without the need of any equipment. Just flick a switch and values will be visible on the BMS.

The need to repeatedly measure values across the sensor with an electrical test meter can be difficult due to the location and obstructions.

The testing process takes time and is repeated over and over again – from installation, pre-commissioning, to the final commissioning stage and again during an annual maintenance visit.

BAPI’s Test and Balance Switch provides a factory wired sensor, additional terminal block for the controls cable and a separate test switch within the enclosure enabling any technician to test the resistance value from low to high temperature and back to normal with the flick of a switch.


22 February 2021


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