MM5001™ Ballast Water Tank Gas Detector System


  • Easy touch screen navigation
  • PLC based – increased reliability and low maintenance
  • Smaller systems – lower costs and less space
  • Up to 21 sampling points per cabinet and integration of fixed point sensors

Ballast Tank Gas Sampling

MM5001™ is a permanently installed, integrated sequential gas sampling system which can be used for detecting and providing alarms in the presence of explosive and toxic gases in ballast tanks, void spaces and cargo tanks.

It is a major technical leap forward in gas detection technology.

The system comprises of a central control cabinet with a touch screen panel that displays gas concentrations and alarm status. At the heart of the system is the main PLC controller, gas analyser and a pre-sampling circuit. A calibration-free, high-performance infrared sensor provides the ultimate reliable flammable gas analysis.

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