Multi-Gas Monitors are a convenient industrial safety solution designed to detect and monitor more than one gas simultaneously. These monitors are available with a wide range of capabilities and features. In fact, potential buyers can almost certainly find a multi-gas monitor that is available to meet their specific needs. These wireless handheld monitors are typically lightweight and compact. The multi-gas monitors are designed to be carried with the user at all times while on the jobsite, but also features a bright casing that is easy to notice if the device is accidentally left behind.
Multi-Gas Monitor Features
The wide range of multi-gas monitors on the market allow for a mixed variety of user friendly features. Many of the devices are highly customizable and can be adjusted to meet almost any needs of a specific workplace. They may also come available with ample accessories for further customization. Some of the multi-gas monitors are designed for specific settings, such as confined spaces, and some are made for more general use. In some cases, the multi-gas monitors interface easily with software and data programs that make recordkeeping and recording easy. The portable personal monitors are also very reliable and encased in a durable hard casing to protect the technology inside. For information about a specific product, please consult that productís datasheet.
Multi-Gas Monitor Products
Several companies make various versions of a multi-gas detector. Each of these products offer unique features and are backed by reputable companies with an interest in innovation and technology. These companies offer a wide range of products outside of multi-gas detectors which may also be compatible with the monitor. Some of the multi-gas monitor products include
The GasAlert Max XT II
BW Technologies GasAlert Micro 5 multi-gas monitor and PID
Honeywell Analytics Impact Series
Honeywell Analytics MicroMax Pro
RKI Instruments GX 2009
The Eagle Series
How to Choose the Right One for You
As with any industrial safety solution, potential buyers should perform research on the product before investing to ensure that they are receiving the most compatible product to meet their needs. First, purchasers should consider what consists of their individual workplace needs. Then, they should consider costs. Finally, compare the specific workplace needs and requirements with the features and product descriptions. Evaluate which of the products offered is the best match for the worksite and the budget.