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4 Gas - Confined Space Entry Monitors

Improve worker safety with wearable and hand-held personal gas monitors, such as the QRAE and Gas Alert Clip. These devices clearly alert users about potential risks and enable them to take action.Our personal single gas and multi-gas monitors are effective for a range of industrial, response, hazmat, plant overhaul, oil and gas, public event safety, and environmental uses, including confined spaces, radiation detection and dose rate, and toxic gas monitoring. The monitors can detect and monitor a wide range of gases including Carbon Monoxide (CO), Hydrogen Cyanide (HCN) and Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S).

QRAE 3 MultiGas Monitor
QRAE 3 MultiGas / Confined Space Entry Monitor
MicroRae MultiGas Monitor
MicroRae MultiGas / Confined Space Entry Monitor
BW Clip4 MultGas Monitor
BW Clip4 MultiGas / Confined Space Entry Monitor
GasAlertClip XL and X3 Multigas
GasAlertClip Xl and X3 MultiGas / Confined Space Entry Monitor
Quattro MultiGas Monitor
Quattro MultiGas / Confined Space Entry Monitor
GasAlert MaxXT II MultiGas Monitor
GasAlert MaxXT II MultiGas / Confined Space Entry Monitor
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Why Purchase a Confined Space Entry Atmosphere Monitor?

Confined work spaces can be found across all industries including chemical plants, paper mills, refineries, underground mines and utility passageways, or anywhere there might be potential for air to be contaminated with toxic, combustible gases or suffer from a lack of oxygen. These are regulated under the Confined Spaces Regulations 1997.

Amongst other procedures, each person entering the confined space should be equipped with a portable gas monitor worn where it can be checked easily and frequently. It’s a must-have, life-saving tool that can be used in a wide range of industrial settings.

The monitor you choose should include sensors for oxygen, where oxygen deficiency may occur, combustible (LEL), in order to detect explosive atmospheres, and/or toxic gases such as hydrogen sulfide (H2S) and carbon monoxide (CO); additional toxic sensors may be used based on the application. For more information please see HSE INDG 258

Gas monitors also provide an alarm at the appropriate real-time concentration, short-term exposure limit (STEL) or Time-Weighted Average (TWA) for the monitored substance.

For more information please check our Technical Information Help Sheets under each product.

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