Lightweight gas detector

July 24, 2012
Lightweight gas detector
Gas Measurement Instruments Ltd (GMI), manufacturer of portable and fixed gas detection equipment, has launched its new PS200 Series portable gas detector. The PS200 Series is lightweight, robust and can detect oxygen, combustibles, hydrogen sulphide and/or carbon monoxide in a variety of confined space and industrial applications, GMI said. The large, easy to read display includes a built-in backlight that ensures easy viewing of gas concentration levels and other vital data. An extra loud alarm — flashing LED indicators and vibration alarm — alerts the user to hazardous conditions. The multifunctional Auto Bump and Calibration Station provides simple but intelligent testing and calibration of the GMI PS200 Series portable gas detector, the company said. Easy to use, with a durable, user-friendly design, this automated test station offers high performance from a PC or stand-alone unit. The Auto Bump and Calibration Station dramatically improves compliance record-keeping, efficiency and accuracy. Once the PS200 Series is placed in the dock it can be tested, calibrated and charged. Extremely cost effective, the station requires no testing and minimal effort by users, the company said.

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