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Product Code: M5XWGMRDDYU00

GasAlertMicro5 (O2, LEL, CO, O3,Rechargeable, Diffusion, Datalogging, Yellow housing)

A Multigas instrument for 1,2,3 4 or 5 gases including PID and IR CO2 measurement, a diffusive instrument with optional rapid change pump attachment. Unit will sample from 20m away with pump fitted.

The new second generation pump for this instrument is more powerful and has visible filtration fitted. Unit will sample from 20m away with pump fitted.

Sensor options:

H2S, CO, O2, SO2, PH3, NH3, NO2, HCN. CL2, CL02, O3, LEL, CO2(IR), PID

  • Comprehensive event and data logging with download to Fleet Manager II software
  • Rechargeable or Alkaline battery options - average battery life of 15 hours
  • Optional confined space kit available
  • Manual or Auto Calibration with Microdock II

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Buy for: £949.00 (ex VAT)
Buy for: £1,138.80 (inc VAT)
Hire per week from: £85 ex VAT
 
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