Gas-powered plumbing supply: The latest from the gas supply industry
Gas supply is a growing industry, with gas and diesel vehicles and heating systems making up around a quarter of all new car and truck sales.
But, despite growing demand, there are still challenges with gas supply, particularly for those looking to meet long-term energy needs.
Gas can have a significant impact on a home’s energy efficiency.
It also can impact the efficiency of the gas system itself, leading to issues such as high heat, poor gas flow, or a lack of gas pressure.
The most common problem with gas is leakage, or the leakage of gas through pipes or fittings.
This can be caused by the gas tank being out of gas, leaking or leaking gas.
This is often caused by an internal leak in the gas distribution system.
Some suppliers have introduced a gas pressure sensor which can help detect this.
However, it is not a simple task, and can require a skilled gas supply operator to install and operate the system.
In the past, some gas supply companies have used hydraulic pressure sensors to detect leaks, but these are not very effective.
Now, a new technology has been developed by the Australian gas supply company AGL, which can measure the flow of gas from a gas distribution unit to check for leaks.
The company’s system uses sensors to monitor the pressure of the system, and a laser to detect the flow.
This sensor is installed inside the gas pipes and fittings that hold the gas to the distribution unit.
It measures the pressure at the outlet, and the pressure changes based on the time between the leak detection and when the pump comes on.
The AGL system can detect gas leakage by using sensors that monitor the flow and the temperature of the piping.
It has been designed to detect and correct gas leaks within three minutes.
This means that it can detect a leak within three seconds of when it detects the leak, which is more than sufficient time to correct it.
The system has been tested in the Australian market and has been approved for the gas industry by the ACCC, the regulator for gas supply in Australia.
AGL said it was testing the system to see how well it could be used for the long-run gas supply business, but did not reveal any pricing or availability details.
It said the system would be used in a “small number of gas supply markets” but did confirm that the system had been in use in Australia since late 2016.
In terms of the cost, it costs $2,000 to install a gas sensor, and $2.50 per day to maintain it.
However this does not include any maintenance fees.
A GL spokesperson said the company was currently evaluating the market for its system.
“We believe that this is a significant technology and we will be conducting further evaluation in the coming months,” they said.
“Our goal is to have the system available in a number of supply markets in the future.”