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Handheld Gas Tracers
Tracers are available depending on the gas to be found. These tracers are:
Sensitive - well below the OSHA limits and lower explosive limits. In some gases the tracers will detect gases in quantities as low as one part per million.
They have been designed to be low maintenance and easy to use.
They are dependable, tough and rugged.
They are priced to be AFFORDABLE
They are designed to be easy to operate and learn.

Personnel Protection Indicators
Wearable and Disposable.
Protect yourself against dangerous gases with an instant reading detector. An immediate color change is shown in the presence of specific toxic gases.
Indicators are available for the following toxic gases:
Carbon Monoxide
Ammonia
Nitrogen Dioxide
Hydrazine
Hydrogen Sulfide
Chlorine
Ozone                                                

SBG-200 Wall Mounted Gas Monitor
Monitor over 100 combustible and toxic gases including:
Ammonia, Butane, Carbon Monoxide, Ethylene Oxide, Gasoline, Hydrogen, Methane, Propane, Natural Gas, Sulfur Dioxide, Formaldehyde, Benzene, Acetone.
The SBG-200 is a solid state, completely self-contained monitor capable of detecting gases. Several sensors are available which allow it to be calibrated to alarm at gas concentrations well below their lower explosive level or OSHA ceiling. The monitor provides its own visual and audible alarms as well as meter indication of gas concentrations. A relay contact is provided to allow the SBG-200 to connect with a central alarm system or turn on emergency apparatus.

 
 
 

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