Nowadays gas detectors are very reliable. Even so, the latest models with premium sensors may suffer some failure, for example as a result of external influences or misuse. Filters or sensor input may be blocked, for example by a build-up of contaminants. As a result, gaseous molecules never reach sensors. Contamination of sensors by substances such as silicone can also result in significant loss of sensitivity. And if a device is hit or falls from several meters while in use, the internal components may be damaged.
Close to be instantaneous checks
Gas exposure tests have now been automated: simply as place the gas detection device inside a test station. The device is then exposed to gases and, in a few seconds, the green indicator or (in some cases) red lights up. This check is a simple, fast and transparent process. A green light on the test station means that the user is ready to start working. Red means that the device must pass through the workshop, and provide another device to the user.
Checking as a Tool: Using Data to Improve Security
Compared to what was happening before, testing times and gas consumption have been significantly reduced and processes are much more comfortable. In addition, thanks to modern test stations, daily gas exposure checks have become a valuable tool that contributes effectively to safety management.
Greatly facilitates testing: This test station provides complete control over portable gas detection devices. With comprehensive documentation and reports, you can easily analyze all your data. Automatic operating tests and low test gas calibrations, as well as shorter test life, save time and money.