Complete solutions for your breathing air requirements

 

 

 

 

AIR ANALYSERS

 

DRAGER AEROTEST

 

O2II NITROX CHECKER

 

COEII CHECKER

 

CO CLEAR

 

GOX 100

 

GCO 100

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

AIR LAB


 

Drager Aerotest Simultan HP is used to determine the quality of respiratory air in high-pressure applications. In combination with the new Drager Oil Impactor the system offers a unique quality level for the monitoring of compressed air.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

O2EII NITROX CHECKER

 

The O2 EII® Oxygen Analyser is designed to measure Oxygen levels in the range 0.1-100% O2 for tank oxygen level verification. The O2 EII® is ergonomically designed, and equipped with several features to ensure ease of use, and reliability. The instrument has been designed to be held in the left hand to enable ease of use when checking your tank. It is fitted with a large digital display and operates from an internal temperature compensated electrochemical oxygen sensor. Power is provided by a 9V battery which will last for approximately 1 year before replacement is necessary. The O2 EII® will automatically switch off after 10 minutes to ensure battery life is not compromised if the instrument is accidentally turned on. The O2 EII® is water and drop resistant. Designed specifically for the diving industry whether you may be a Sport (NITROX), Commercial or Military diver- where hostile environmental conditions are the norm not the exception. Your O2 EII® is supplied ready to use, all you need to do is push in the EII adapter.

 

 

 

COEII CARBON MONOXIDE CHECKER

 

The EII CO carbon monoxide analyser is designed to measure CO levels in the range 0 to 50ppm for tank CO level checking. The EII CO is ergonomically designed, and equipped with several features to ensure ease of use and reliability. The instrument has been designed to be held in the left hand to facilitate checking your tank. It is fitted with a large digital display and incorporates an internal electrochemical carbon monoxide sensor. Power is provided by a 9V battery which will last for approximately 1 year before replacement is necessary. The EII CO will automatically switch off after 10 minutes to ensure battery life is not compromised if the instrument is accidentally turned on. The EII CO is water and drop resistant. Designed specifically for the diving industry – whether you may be a Sport, Commercial or Military diver - where hostile environmental conditions are the norm not the exception. Your EII CO is supplied ready to use, all you need to do is push in the sampling dome.

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CO CLEAR CARBON MONOXIDE DETECTOR

 

CO Clear Carbon Monoxide Alarm Carbon monoxide is a highly toxic gas which cannot be detected by sight or smell. It only takes a small concentration of carbon monoxide, breathed at pressure, to have an adverse effect o the human body. Symptoms of carbon monoxide poisoning include fatigue, headaches and confusion. However, prolonged exposure could lead to unconsciousness, brain damage and even death.
The CO Clear™ is a fixed carbon monoxide alarm which monitors for high levels of carbon monoxide from diving compressors. With visual and audible alarm warnings to rising CO levels, the CO Clear™ is both easy to use and cost effective. This wall mounted analyser is designed to provide continuous ‘on line’ monitoring for the presence of CO in Breathing Air Compressor Lines. The CO Clear™ is designed to take a 6mm O/D (Outer/ Diameter) reduced sample line, providing a flow rate of 1.5l/min.

 

 

 

OXYGEN MEASURING DEVICE GOX100

 

This device measures the oxygen concentration in gas mixtures and air. The actual measurement takes place at the opening of thesensor. Due to the design of the sensor, the device has to be calibrated at regular intervals (at fresh air =20.95% oxygen) to get accurate measuring values. If the sensor is used up, this will be detected at calibration and the sensor element has to be replaced before the next measurement.

 

 

 

 

 

 

CARBON MONOXIDE MEASURING INSTRUMENT GCO100

 

Carbon monoxide (CO) is combustible and highly toxic. It is invisible, taste- and odorless, the relative density is 0,97 (a bit lighter than air). Already smallest concentrations can be dangerous for humans (depending of physical constitution):: 30ppm Maximum allowed working place concentration (MAK) for 8-hours of work per day 70..100ppm Flue like symptoms after some hours: sniffing nose, headaches, excoriated eyes, short breath 150...300ppm medium exposure: dizziness, sleepiness and nausea, even vomiting 400ppm extreme exposure: headache 800ppm extreme exposure: headache, dizziness, nausea and limb twitching after 45min, unconsciousness within 2h 1600ppm headache, dizziness, nausea within 45min, death after 2 hours CO is produced when burning carbon containing substances (Wood, coal, oil, petrol, gas, cigarettes...), especially when not enough oxygen is available. In fresh uncontaminated air the CO-concentration is near zero. Transportation, heating and industry exhausts are increasing CO concentrations in urban areas.

 

 

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