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The ''Global and Chinese Metal detector Market Report 2016'' is a professional and in-depth study on the current state of the global Metal detector Market with a focus on the Chinese market.
However, for bedrooms and hallways outside bedrooms, many experts recommend installing two multifeatured detectors: a photoelectric detector with battery backup and an escape light and a second unit with an ionization and carbon monoxide (CO) sensor.
Does the metal detector use active or passive technology?
In the 1960s, a muon detector was used to examine the Chephren Pyramid near Cairo, Egypt.
Frontline troops depend on extraordinarily sensitive optical detectors in systems that test the air for anthrax or other harmful agents.
e]) in the two detectors (i = 1,2) for neutron spin up and down, respectively, define the experimental asymmetry [A.
A simple cable connects up to eight detectors to a control unit that can activate up to two explosive release mechanisms and eight solenoid valves for water or gas spraying.
Each docking station is capable of accepting any Gas-Sentry or Gas-Ranger detector and automatically calibrating it in 60 seconds.
In general, choose the strongest, most sensitive detector you can afford, say detection experts, because it will more than pay for itself if it ever detects a radioactive source.
2--Color--Ran in AV Edition only) Lancaster Assemblyman George Runner demonstrates how a ``stealth knife'' goes unnoticed by a hand-held metal detector.
In fact, his airline has been flying a DC-9 (in non-revenue service) equipped with a prototype detector, approved by the FAA on an experimental basis, to establish the detector's reliability and to test its susceptibility to false alarms.
Leak detectors are sometimes connected to vacuum systems in a split-flow configuration - in a configuration, that is, that divides the incoming helium stream into one stream that exits the vacuum system through the leak detector and another that exits via the system's pumping package.