Gas detector monitors four toxic gases

General Monitors recently introduced the G20 and G40 portable gas detectors designed for personal safety monitoring of up to four toxic gases in confined spaces.

02/01/2002


Lake Forest, CA - General Monitors recently introduced the G20 and G40 portable gas detectors designed for personal safety monitoring of up to four toxic gases in confined spaces. Using a rugged, compact design and featuring full-sized electrochemical cells, the G-series can simultaneously monitor for oxygen deficiency and the presence of combustible gases. Designed to meet IP65 standards, both units are approved for damp and dusty environments and include a 10-hour (minimum) NiMH battery as standard. A large hand-held or belt-mounted LCD display, capable of flipping 180 degrees, makes reading easy, even in spaces where personal maneuverability is limited. Hazardous condition warning is provided by a 90-decibel audible alarm, flashing LED, and flashing LCD display. Using the G-Series datalogger features, about 110 hours of personnel exposure data can be downloaded to a personal computer.

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