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  • Condensing or Humid Atmospheres Are No Sweat for Newly Launched Fixed PID

Condensing or Humid Atmospheres Are No Sweat for Newly Launched Fixed PID

Dec 08 2016 Read 766 Times

Ion Science’s Falco fixed continuous PIDs are capable of monitoring a wide range of VOCs in condensing atmospheres and severe weather conditions. Fast response times help ensure plant-wide safety and the protection of workers operating in hazardous environments such as refineries, petrochemical plants and laboratories. The advanced instrument’s first of a kind ‘typhoon’ technology prevents condensation forming on the sensor making it ideal for harsh conditions and wet outdoor environments, without the need for weather enclosures. Boasting market-leading PID technology and patented fence electrode system, the external intrinsically safe sensor allows quick and easy servicing without a hot work permit.

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