Samon has introduced Glaciär Midi, the simply reliable refrigerant gas detector. Designed to protect the environment, protect people, and protect property, Glaciär Midi meets the needs of every user via its range of digital and analogue interfaces.
Launched at Chillventa in Nuremberg in October, Samon has reported high levels of interest from both new and existing users of its refrigerant gas detection products.
Glaciär Midi is suitable for detection of all refrigerant gases, including natural refrigerants such as CO2, propane, and ammonia, as well as HFC and HFO refrigerant blends. A brand-new Samon app allows simple configuration and maintenance of detectors using a Bluetooth interface. Glaciär Midi also includes an analogue service wheel, allowing users to interact with their refrigerant gas detector without requiring any special tools.
Dzenkis Junuzovic, research and development director at Samon, said: “I am extremely excited to unveil Glaciär Midi to our customers. We have poured over 30 years’ experience and expertise in refrigerant gas detection into this development. This is just the first in the Glaciär series, we have even more coming to support the refrigeration and air conditioning industries. Watch this space!”
Samon is headquartered in Vellinge, Sweden, with offices in Spain, France, and the UK, and is part of the Alder Group, focussed on sustainability and climate impact.
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