"Screaming" single gas monitor

10/01/2001



Newark, Calif. - The Screamer is a single gas monitor intended for use in industrial environments that incorporates what is said to be the industry's loudest buzzer (100 dB) for alerting the user of unsafe conditions. The device id small in size, impervious to both radio frequency and electromagnetic interference, and able to handle most rugged environments. The Screamer uses a diffusion style monitor and is powered by a single 9V battery. An audible alarm sounds if gas levels are exceeded, battery power is low, or a malfunction occurs in the sensor circuitry. The device is available for the following gases: ammonia, carbon monoxide, chlorine, hydrogen cyanide, hydrogen sulfide, nitric oxide, nitrogen dioxide, oxygen, phosphine, or sulfur dioxide.

 

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