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BW Technologies BW Ultra 5-Gas Detector (O2, LEL, H2S, CO, VOCs) with Pump, Yellow Housing

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BW Technologies BW Ultra 5-Gas Detector (O2, LEL, H2S, CO, VOCs) with Pump, Yellow Housing

BW Technologies BW Ultra 5-Gas Detector (O2, LEL, H2S, CO, VOCs) with Pump, Yellow Housing

$2,515.00

Simplicity in operation
Dependable and gives more protection
Made for confined spaces
Enhanced safety protection

Honeywell BW™ Ultra – Detects 5 Gases

 

Specially Made for Confined Area Gas Detection

Safety is the most important consideration for your workers, and at Honeywell, we take safety very seriously. When you purchase the Honeywell BW™ Ultra, you have some of the best equipment for monitoring worker safety. Your Honeywell BW™ Ultra can monitor gases and take samples in the tightest of spaces. You enjoy important features like innovative sensor design, better connectivity, more comfort, with an easy to read screen. Enhanced durability gives you a safer place to work.

Are you looking for a portable gas monitor for checking out confined space? If so, you should consider the pumped Honeywell BW™ Ultra for these reasons:

  • Permits and regulations compliance
  • You and your crew can safely enter confined areas with confidence.
  • Protect everyone in your organization from dangerous gas levels.

 

Why the Honeywell BW™ Ultra?

  • Enhanced reliability thanks to 1-Series sensor capability
  • Monitor gases remotely
  • Better performance with enhanced features.

 

Important Features of the Honeywell BW™ Ultra

  • Remote monitoring advantage
  • Enhanced awareness for all situations involving dangerous gases
  • TouchConnect™ lets you easily manage all your instruments
  • Bigger and better LCD screen for checking out gases
  • Better reliability thanks to the 1-Series sensor feature.

 

The Honeywell BW™ Ultra has a pump which is always running. This feature lets you take in gases, read gas levels and sample gases quickly and easily. The simple operation makes it a breeze to use

Do you want the most effective gas detection with the easiest to read and understand features?

 

Get ready for a new experience

If you need to monitor gases for confined spaces, you have to be extremely vigilant and constantly keep track of the atmospheric gases. The Honeywell BW™ Ultra is an easy to use detector with an easy to read screen so you can check gas levels quickly.

Portable and Durable

Your Honeywell BW™ Ultra is extremely tough and durable and is made for extreme conditions. For example, its IP66/68 rating ensures your detector is completely resistant to dust. It can withstand water submersion to a depth of nearly four feet. Drop it, and it is still working. Take it into the dustiest areas, and you have no problems with your instrument. You can detect hazardous gases with a high degree of confidence.

The Importance of Ergonomics on the job

Today most companies are concerned about ergonomics. It is important for sitting at desks but just as important are the instruments you hold in your hand. Our handheld equipment is comfortable and easy to operate as you check out the atmosphere. The Honeywell BW™ Ultra is a perfect fit for your hand. It is slimmer than most detectors. This helps to eliminate fatigue and increase worker comfort.

Just One Button

Operation is fast and simple. You only need to use one button with the Honeywell BW™ Ultra. It is also possible to wear your gas detector as you check out confided area atmospheres. It goes where you go, and the internal pump design means no snagging.

5 Sensor Power for Detecting Hazardous Gases

Here are the most common gases your Honeywell BW™ Ultra can detect and monitor in tight spaces:

  • (CO) carbon monoxide
  • (O2) oxygen
  • (H2S) hydrogen sulfide
  • (LEL) lower explosive limit gases – percent volume or percent LEL

 

5th sensor – this lets you decide which fifth gas you want to add to your detector. For example, maybe you want to include chlorine or ammonia. You may need to keep track of VOCs. If you are in the pulp and paper, water treatment, or chemical industries, the option of adding gases is very important. This is especially important in the O&G industries too.

Honeywell BW™ Ultra lets you monitor unsafe situations so you can make the right decision quickly and without hesitation.

Are you looking for increased production and enhanced safety? The Honeywell BW™ Ultra can make this happen. Here is an example:

Suppose your crew is working in confined spaces and the possibility of O2 level increases means a higher chance of fire or explosion. Keep a crew member outside the area with his Honeywell BW™ Ultra monitor in hand. He can keep a close eye on conditions because the Honeywell BW™ Ultra is so easy to use and read.

This is a perfect example or being proactive on your personal safety issues.

With high-risk work you need more than simple gas monitoring

Don't be afraid to use your Honeywell BW™ Ultra wherever you need it. Yes, it is designed and manufactured for gas detection in confined areas. However, it performs just as well in day-to-day work situations, with the help of the mobile phone app – Honeywell Safety Communicator.

Do you need to monitor the air in high-risk areas?

The Honeywell BW™ Ultra with the Honeywell Safety Communicator is Bluetooth compatible. You can monitor gases remotely from a wide range of areas including control rooms and offices. This gives you more protection from emergency situations involving gas hazards in the air.

The Value of "Hole Watch" Mode

In some areas, you need constant air gases monitoring to keep your workers safe from harm. For example, how many parts per million (PPM) is safe? Here is the easiest way to solve this issue. Set your Honeywell BW™ Ultra to "Hole Watch".

What Does "Hole Watch" Do?

With Hole Watch you can keep a close eye on specific gases in the air. For instance, if chlorine levels are getting higher, you can take the necessary steps to correct the problem or evacuate your crew. You'll see each gas level in real-time, and you can check the levels as they rise and fall before your eyes.

Watch gas levels increase or decrease – only with Honeywell detectors

Your gas monitoring person is the most important crew member you have. When you give him the Honeywell BW™ Ultra, he has the best possible equipment for the job.

Enjoy the most dependable and well-made sensor technology

Your Honeywell BW™ Ultra comes with the 1-Series sensor, and this technology was the result of a mutual effort by Honeywell and City Technology (a well-known worldwide gas sensor maker for the past 40 years). The 1-Sensor is part of a line of some of the finest sensors in industry like the 40XV from our GasAlert models and the City 40xLL O2 sensor which you will find in the GasAlertMicroClip X3. With this kind of pedigree, you can trust our 1-Sensor.

Are you tired of alarms when you don’t really need them?

Some of the best things are small and compact, and this is true with the 1-Sensor. Even though it is not large, it delivers accurate measurements on a consistent basis. Do you work in very warm or cold conditions?  The 1-Sensor in our Honeywell BW™ Ultra has been tested in conditions as hot as 60C and cold as -40C. This includes high humidity levels, transient pressure, and other extreme conditions.

As Many as Five Years of Continuous Service

If you owned other detectors besides Honeywell models, you probably noticed they can go through sensors rather quickly. In fact, you may spend a lot of company time and resources on sensor changes. This does not happen with the Honeywell BW™ Ultra (1-Series sensor technology). It can last as long as 60 months (5 years), and you receive a 3-year warranty.

This gives you better performance at a lower cost.

Do you want to streamline your maintenance? The Honeywell BW™ Ultra is the equipment for you with low-cost downtime reduction.

No Hassle Calibrating and Bump Testing

How often do you need to calibrate or bump test? With most detectors, you have to take them to your docking station. Yet, if you use TouchConnect™ technology bump tests and calibration can be automatic – no docking station required.

Do you manage a fleet of gas detectors?

You may need to reset gas alarms for specific gases. Use your TouchConnect™, and this job is done for you with no problems and no hassles. This is the perfect solution to managing your time and detectors. You don't have to use special software programs or docking stations. For those with large fleets of instruments, this is a "no brainer". No manual updates thanks to Bluetooth.

Tight spaces – No problem for this 5-gas detector

How many gas hazards must you monitor at one time? Your Honeywell BW™ Ultra can handle most typical gases you face each day in the workplace. This includes carbon monoxide, oxygen, LEL, and hydrogen sulfide. Do you need a fifth gas detection property? The Honeywell BW™ Ultra can do this. For instance:

Hydrogen Sulfide


Gas and oil, paper and pulp industries

Chlorine


Swimming pool systems and wastewater treatment

Carbon Dioxide


Breweries and winemaking

Ammonia


Commercial and industrial refrigeration, chemical businesses, wastewater, agriculture

Hydrogen Cyanide


Food shipping (perishables)

VOCs


Companies using solvents and paints
Nitrogen Dioxide
Welding and construction

Inert Atmosphere Problems Solved

The Honeywell BW™ Ultra has a special Intelligent Inert function which lets the user check for low O2 levels in the air. It can adjust the alarm settings automatically no matter if you are in a normal or inert atmosphere. For example, an ascending alarm is needed for inert environments but not for standard environments.

More than Just a Confined Space Gas Monitor

Your Honeywell BW™ Ultra works perfectly in most confined areas. However, you have the same high-quality protection in all kinds of possible hazardous conditions.

For example, after using it for tight spaces, you can also use it for other areas, and it works just as well. Are some of your workers close to sources of deadly chlorine gas? Maybe some people must use solvents or paints during the day. Your Honeywell BW™ Ultra has a removable sampling hose. Just take it out, and you can wear it as a standard gas monitor. This helps to keep equipment costs down while maintaining safety.

The Honeywell BW™ Ultra – keeping your crew safe as well as your facility

When you need the best source for safety equipment and protection in hazardous conditions, Honeywell Industrial Safety is there for you. We help you protect the lives of your employees in a number of dangerous conditions. With Honeywell, your safety risks go down, and they even become an important advantage because you can lower safety equipment costs while increasing efficiency.

Honeywell is the leading producer of industrial safety products and technologies. Do you need head protection, protection from falls, or many other types of equipment? We offer both portable and fixed solutions to your needs. Check out the Honeywell BW™ Ultra today for the best in real-time hazardous gas technologies.

Part Number: HU-X1W1H1M1Q1-Y-N

Technical Specifications:
SIZE 5.8 x 3.3 x 1.6 in. / 14.8 x 8.5 x 4.0 cm
WEIGHT 14.5 oz. / 411 g (with clip)
OPERATING TEMPERATURE -4 to +131° F / -20 to +50° C
HUMIDITY 5 - 95% RH (non-condensing) continuous
INGRESS PROTECTION IP66/68
ALARMS AND TYPE Visual, vibrating, audible (95 dB); Low, High, TWA, STEL, OL (over limit)
SELF-TEST Activated detectors automatically perform one internal diagnostic test every 24 hours (sensors, battery, and circuitry).
TYPICAL BATTERY LIFE 18 hours (14 hours with PID or IR sensor) @ -4° F / -20° C
PUMP DRAW Sample from up to 75 ft. / 22.9 m
CONNECTED WORKER • Bluetooth™ Low Energy (BLE) – Ability to connect to Honeywell’s Safety Communicator App
• Honeywell TouchConnect™ – Easy ability to enter Bump or Calibration mode or change Set-Points
EVENT LOGGING 30 alarm events and 10 bump events
DATA LOGGING 45 days based on 8 hour shifts every 15 seconds logging
USER OPTIONS • Adjust STEL period (5-15 minutes in 1 minute intervals)
• Calibration span levels
• Calibration interval
• Bump test interval
• Select combustible gases measurement: 0-100% LEL (Lower Explosive Limit) or Methane gas 0-5.0% v/v
• LEL and PID correction factors
• Calibration due date (1 to 365 days, or set to zero for off)
• Individual sensor enable/disable
• Latching alarms
• Stealth mode
• Languages: English, French, German, Portuguese, Spanish, Simplified Chinese and Russian
WARRANTY Instrument: 3 years
Sensors: 3 years (2 years NH3, 1 year PID and Cl2)
Battery: 2 years

Sensor Specifications:
GASES
STANDARD MEASURING RANGE
RESOLUTION
OXYGEN (O2)
0-25% vol.
0.1% vol.
COMBUSTIBLE GASES (LEL)
0-100% LEL
1% LEL
COMBUSTIBLE GASES (IR)*
0-5.00% vol.
0.01% vol.
HYDROGEN SULFIDE (H2S)
0-100 ppm
1 ppm / 0.1 ppm
CARBON MONOXIDE (CO)
0-2,000 ppm
1 ppm
CARBON MONOXIDE (LOW H2) (CO-H)
0-1,000 ppm
1 ppm
SULFUR DIOXIDE (SO2)
0-100 ppm
0.1 ppm
HYDROGEN (H2)
0-2,000 ppm
5 ppm
CARBON DIOXIDE (CO2)
0-50,000 ppm
100 ppm
AMMONIA (NH3)
0-100 ppm
1 ppm
VOLATILE ORGANIC COMPOUNDS (VOC) **
0-1,000 ppm
1 ppm
CHLORINE (CL2)
0-20 ppm
0.1 ppm
NITROGEN DIOXIDE (NO2)
0-50 ppm
0.1 ppm
HYDROGEN CYANIDE (HCN)
0-100 ppm
0.1 ppm
NITROGEN MONOXIDE (NO)
0-200 ppm
1 ppm
* Caution – the LEL IR combustible gas sensor option used in Honeywell BW™ Ultra cannot detect certain combustible gases including hydrogen and acetylene. The application should be reviewed to ensure the Honeywell BW™ Ultra can provide adequate detection. For more information, please contact Honeywell Analytics (www.honeywellanalytics.com).

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