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Gas Check Leak Detector & Shut-off
Gas Check Leak Detector & Shut-off

Leak Detector & Gas Shut-Off

This new product is recommended to be spec’d in as an integral component of every draft beer system. GasCheck automatically stops the flow of CO2 when it detects an excessive flow of gas, preventing CO2 and revenue loss. Set to shut down gas flow at 23 SCFH (standard cubic feet per hour). Shut down of gas flow in the system is the unique feature of this leak detector as it prevents not only risk to employees entering the walk-in cooler, but cost savings in wasted gas.

48 PSI input pressure must be applied to GasCheck. This is the same as the output pressure of Pro-Line gas blenders. However, using a gas blender with GasCheck is not a requirement, only an input pressure of 48 PSI. When operating correctly with no leaks or surge, the GasCheck gauge will read in the green zone at 48 PSI.

GasCheck is simple to use:
•    Lever in the up (armed) position, the unit is armed and ready to stop a leak.
•    Gas flow has stopped which means GasCheck has stopped a major leak. Identify the source of the leak, and repair or remedy.
•    Restart: flip the lever into the down (bypass) position and recharge system.  Once system is recharged, simply flip the lever back into the up (armed) position.
•    System can be operated even with a leak occurring.  Put lever in bypass position, and gas will flow through the unit unobstructed.

•    Prevents costly down-time caused from running out of CO2
•    Helps safeguard against potentially hazardous beverage gas leaks
•    Effectively manage and reduce CO2 usage/costs
•    Eliminate costly service calls associated with unexpected run-outs  
•    Quickly and easily installed
•    Non-electric

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Price: $155.66

Product Code: MMGS-1

GasCheck automatically stops the flow of CO2 when it detects an excessive flow of gas; MMGS-1