New Multi Gas Detector Ensures Simple, Effective and Reliable Worker Safety in Hazardous Zones
Apr 21 2016
GAZOMAT (France) have added Gazotrack 4, a multi-gas detector with smart infrared sensor technology for hydrocarbon applications and electrochemical sensors for toxic and odourant gases, to their family of optical NDIR gas detectors.
This hand-held device can simultaneously detect 4 gases with a 100 ppm sensitivity limit for methane, and meets all international safety and performance criteria in a wide range of industrial applications. ATEX and IEC-Ex Zones 0, 1 and 2 certified, the Gazotrack 4 ensures worker safety whether testing for explosive or toxic gases in potentially hazardous scenarios such as atmospheric assessment indoors or outdoors, borehole monitoring, checking gas pipelines when purging and filling, network monitoring of storage and transportation depots, or measuring odorant gases.
The Gazotrack 4 also provides means to ensure measurement reliability and accuracy: an in-built thermal compensation device offsets any temperature fluctuations and prevents condensation formation, and the long life IR sensor is immune to poisonous compounds.
Gazotrack 4 is compact, light and rugged. Users will appreciate the simple interface with 4 control buttons, its rapid start-up within 30 seconds, with no need to set up or adjust the instrument. An embedded set of failsafes makes sure that the instrument will always clearly signal any faults, and changing sensors and filters is simple and requires no recalibration. Incidents are logged and can be reported via Bluetooth, whilst the instrument will emit an audible signal and show a visual flashing red LED display when a hazardous gas is detected.
Available in a methane version only, the Gazotrack 4 detector includes several user modes that can be defined at the time of purchase. Switching between modes is automatic or can be done manually from an on-screen menu.
Affordable, reliable, easily portable, the Gazotrack 4 multi-gas detector is a step forward for worker safety in the gas industry.
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