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Methane Gas Detector targets alternative fuel vehicles.

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April 16, 2013 - With Xintex® Methane Gas Detection System, methane level is constantly monitored with both visual and audible alarms, which are activated prior to methane levels becoming too high. Unit features green, yellow, and red LEDs to indicate functionality, operational status, and danger, along with test function and reset button, waterproof methane sensors, and remote status indicator panels. System is designed for Green, environmentally friendly alternative fuel vehicles using CNG and LNG for fuel.

Fireboy-Xintex

P.O. Box 152, Grand Rapids, MI, 49501, USA

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Xintex® Methane Gas Detector

Press release date: April 11, 2013

Fireboy®-Xintex® Inc. offers the Xintex® Methane Gas Detection System, designed for “green”, environmentally friendly alternative fuel vehicles using CNG (compressed natural gas) and LNG (liquefied natural gas) for fuel.  Heavy duty truck and bus manufacturers are expanding their line of CNG and LNG vehicles to meet this demand of cost and pollution reductions.  The Xintex Methane Gas Detection System is also ideal for marine, railroad, industrial and oil/gas distributors.

With the Xintex Methane Gas Detection System, the methane level is constantly monitored with both a visual and an audible alarm, which is sounded prior to too-high methane levels.  Features include multi-colored L.E.D.’s of green, yellow and red to indicate functionality, operational status and danger, along with a test function button and a reset button, waterproof methane sensors and remote status indicator panels.        

For more information contact Fireboy®-Xintex® Inc., O-379 Lake Michigan Drive N.W., Grand Rapids, MI 49544.  Telephone: 616-735-9380, Fax: 616-735-9381.  Website: www.fireboy-xintex.com, E-mail: fireboy@fireboy-xintex.com.

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