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InventHelp Announces The Portable Gas Detector
March 25, 2009

Origin Of News Release: Pittsburgh, PA
Original Release Date: March 25, 2009
Announcement: InventHelp Announces The Portable Gas Detector
Availability: Now
MSRP: $24.95

Detects Gas At 1200ppm Or Higher

InventHelp introduces the "Portable Gas Detector," an easy-to-use detector that can identify potential gas leaks.

The Portable Gas Detector can detect propane, butane, acetylene and methane (natural gas) leaks. It emits an audible alarm and sets off an LED indicator when the presence of gas is detected at levels higher than 1,200ppm (parts per million). The Portable Gas Detector can detect gas at of the gas explosion risk. The laboratory-tested, portable detector can be used to check gas leaks in pipes, fittings, valves, gas storage tanks, home appliance tanks and hot water heaters.

The Portable Gas Detector is made of urethane rubber, and is small enough to fit in the pocket. To operate, it uses two AA batteries, and no calibration is required over the course of the product's lifetime. A three-light LED indicator flashes green when the power is on, yellow if low amounts of gas are detected and red if high amounts, over 5,000ppm, are detected. To use, an individual simply places the end of the Portable Gas Detector next to a pipe, fitting or valve. If gas is detected, the lights will blink and an alarm will be emitted. Suggested retail price: $24.95, plus shipping and handling.

The Portable Gas Detector is available on www.inventhelpstore.com, a website of innovative new products by InventHelp's licensing and product marketing partner Intromark Incorporated.

March 28, 2009

Normally, I wouldn't feature this as a part of DigitalDingus News, but since all over the United States, we've had some terribly cold weather which has wreaked havoc on homes, apartments, and other dwellings, I thought this Spring is going to be the time when we all begin to notice the damage caused. Leaking gas pipes are one of them, and having a relatively inexpensive device like this in your Go-To drawer, might be a good idea.

- DigitalDingus


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