BREATHE OXYGEN monitors are fixed units that will monitor O2 levels in workplaces where gases are present, factories and MAP areas alerting where O2 levels are depleted and providing an early warning system.
Increased Employee Safety Early Warning
Meet Legal Safety requirements
At A Glance Data on Screen
Sensors are uniquely waterproof and can even be washed by high pressure water cleaners!
Our BREATH gas detection systems provide reliable protection against the dangers of oxygen depletion in industries where gases are used. This is an early stage detector air quality (O2 level detector) and warns personnel of impending danger.
With our BREATHE Gas Detection systems you increase the safety of your employees and meet the legal requirements for occupational safety and industrial safety. You also comply with accident prevention regulations.
The instrument is part of a modular system and can be used with 1-8 analog sensors and in parallel, as a BUS system. The generous display allows the user to view all the important information at a glance.
Alarms, faults and operating conditions are also signalled via LED indicators on the main instrument. Secondary visual flashing alarms and loud audible sirens are also available.
Modified atmosphere packing areas
Processing areas using gases
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BREATHE Personal PSA Multi Gas Detector is available with a catalytic combustible gas sensor or a long life infrared sensor. The IR link enables users to set up calibration levels, alarm set points, and configuration options as well as download logs.
BREATHE Personal PSA Easy is designed for use in hazardous areas and offers reliable and durable fixed life monitoring in a compact, lightweight and maintenance-free package.
Breathe One is a rugged, compact single gas personal monitor designed for use in the toughest environments.
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