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Calibration station for multi-gas monitorThe M•Cal™ Calibration Station makes calibrating, bump testing and charging the company's M40 multi-gas monitor simple and cost-effective. Available in two single-unit versions, the M•Cal will accommodate all M40 monitors with software version 4.0 or higher in a diffusion mode or with an SP40 sampling pump attached.
Industrial Scientific Corp.
Gas detection for electronics industryThe first system designed to meet new gas detector safety standard UL 2075 and offering Power Over Ethernet as a built-in standard, Zellweger's Midas® network-able, flammable and toxic gas sensors provide innovative diagnostics that eliminate false alarms. Built for the semiconductor industry, the sensors are part of the company's Chemcassette® ppb line of analyzers.
Lost emission credits calculatorScott Specialty Gases recently revised its popular Lost Emission Credits calculator to reflect rising market values for SO2 and NOX. The easy-to-use slide chart identifies and links potential lost revenue to the degree of inaccuracy of calibration gases used to calibrate CEMs. A CEM that has not been calibrated accurately can lead to overstating emissions, costing a company hundreds of thousands, even millions of dollars in unclaimed emission credits.
Scott Specialty Gases
I'll follow the sunAnother great member of MSA's Stellar® Series portable iInstrument product line, the Solaris™ FX Multigas Detector is an economical 4-gas instrument providing simultaneous detection of CO, O2, H2S and combustible gas. The detector offers all of the advanced detection features of the best-selling Solaris Multigas Detector, but with an improved LEL sensor that has faster response and release times for toluene, xylene, and other aromatic hydrocarbons.
MSA Instrument Division
Continuous monitor lookin' sharpThe Model 5030 Synchronized Hybrid Ambient Real-Time Particulate (SHARP) continuous PM10/PM2.5 monitor is the first particulate mass concentration monitor to combine light scattering photometry and beta radiation attenuation in one instrument. By taking advantage of the superior properties of each technology, the SHARP monitor yields a high time resolution with unprecedented detection limits.
Thermo Electron Corp.
Keep gas monitoring simpleThe new Gasman personal gas monitor is small, light and easy to use in the toughest environments. Weighing between just 3.7-4.6 oz, depending on sensor type, it is extremely durable, with high impact resistance and ingress protection to IP65/67. When a hazardous gas is detected the instrument alerts the user by vibrating and giving a loud 95 dBA alarm, with an extremely bright red/blue alarm light.
Crowcon Detection Instruments