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Gas Alert Max XT w Confined Space Kit

Gas Alert Max XT w Confined Space Kit

Items #: BW XT-XWHM-Y-NA-CS

Gas Alert Max XT w Confined Space Kit
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UOM : EA
$1,383.00

Case for Confined Space Kit. Foam-lined,

Items #: BIO 35-0817

Case for Confined Space Kit. Foam-lined, - waterproof Pelican? style case with room for one standard sized calibration gas cylinder.
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UOM : EA
$331.80
Deluxe Confined Space Kit for Micro Clip

Deluxe Confined Space Kit for Micro Clip

Items #: BW MC-CK-DL

Deluxe Confined Space Kit for Micro Clip
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UOM : EA
$528.00
Confined Space Kit/Deluxe

Confined Space Kit/Deluxe

Items #: BW XT-CK-DL

The BW Technologies MC-CK-DL Deluxe confined space kit contains a manual aspirator kit, an IR connectivity kit, a calibration cap with 1 foot of hose, a regulator, and other components that can be used with a BW Technologies GasAlertMicroClip XT gas detector (sold separately) to detect gas in tight spaces. The IR connectivity kit may be used to transmit data from the gas detector to a computer. The regulator can be used to control the flow of gas at up to 0.5 liters per minute (LPM). A leather case can be used to store and carry the kit. This product is suitable for use with a BW Technologies GasAlertMicroClip XT gas detector, calibration gas, and a motorized sampling pump (each sold separately). A gas detector is a safety device that detects and monitors various toxic, combustible, and flammable gasses in an area, and which can also register a decrease in ambient oxygen. Gas detectors can be portable or stationary, and are typically classified by their detection methods, which include catalytic, electro-chemical, point infrared, open-path infrared, semiconductor, thermal path conductor, and paper tape detection. Gas detectors are first calibrated to known gasses that serve as a reference points. Their sensors can then be used to measure ambient gas concentrations in comparison to the calibration gasses. When gas concentrations exceed a pre-set limit, an alarm or signal is triggered, alerting the user to potential danger. Pre-set limits often include a low-alarm level, indicating a gas concentration that poses a moderate danger; a high-alarm level, indicating a gas concentration that poses a large danger; a short-term exposure limit (STEL), the maximum gas concentration to which workers can be exposed continuously for a short period of time without serious risk of harm, and time-weighted average (TWA) limit, the maximum average exposure personnel can experience over the course of an eight-hour work shift without serious risk of harm. Most gas detectors also feature LCD screens that provide a variety of information including gasses detected and their concentrations, pre-set exposure limits, and battery level. Gas detectors have a variety of industrial and governmental applications, such as in fire and rescue, mining, construction, petroleum refineries, tanneries, sewage treatment facilities, and paper mills. Portable gas detectors are typically used to monitor the air around personnel, are worn on clothing or on belts or harnesses, and are powered with rechargeable or disposable batteries. They generally require periodic calibration, testing, and battery recharging or replacement, although some fixed-life detectors are designed to perform for a number of years without calibration or battery replacement before being discarded. Stationary gas detectors are typically powered electrically and mounted near the process area of a plant or control room. They also require periodic service, testing, and calibration.
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$502.00