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Portable multi-gas detector ensures compliance

24 August 2015

Crowcon, a manufacturer of specialist gas detection equipment, has launched a new portable multigas detector which integrates innovative features, providing advanced protection for employees working in harsh environments and minimising the cost of ownership through faster servicing. 

The T4 detector ensures compliance to safety standards by protecting employees against unsafe levels of the most commonly monitored gas combination carbon monoxide (CO), oxygen (O2), hydrogen sulphide (H2S), and a range of flammable gases.

Among the key features of the unit are the +ve Safety status indicator; easy one-button operation; clip-on filter plates, and a  Time-weighted average (TWA) resume facility.

+ve Safety provides a simple ‘traffic light’ status indicator which allows the user to check the compliance status of the unit at a glance without having to read and interpret the data shown on the detector’s display screen. TWA resume ensures TWA logged doses of toxic gases are not reset when the unit is shutdown, for example during a break, reducing the risk of worker overexposure to toxic gases.

The clip-on filter plates make it faster and easier for users to replace the gas filter, to prevent the detector’s sensors from being compromised by dirt, dust or contamination in the working environment. 

Finally, the T4 achieves an extended battery life of over 20 hours from a single charge, making it possible for users to complete one or more shifts before recharging.


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