Gas Detectors check toxic welding fumes.
July 27, 2011 -
Designed to help users meet EPA/OSHA mandates, Series SEC 3000 detects carbon monoxide, hydrogen fluoride, nitric oxide, and ozone - given off during welding. Detectors are part of protection package, which includes transmitters that show actual gas readings on digital panels and LEDs that indicate if concentrations are approaching danger levels. Linked to printer, SEC 3000 system can make running record of gas levels to meet regulations.
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|Original Press release |
Sensor Electronics Corp.
5500 Lincoln Dr., MS-1193
Minneapolis, MN, 55436
Gas Detectors Check Toxic Welding Fumes
Four SEC 3000 gas detectors that monitor toxic welding fumes to meet EPA/OSHA mandates have been announced by Minneapolis- based Sensor Electronics.
The SEC 3000 factory-calibrated detectors "see" the four dangerous gases - carbon monoxide, hydrogen fluoride, nitric oxide, ozone - given off during welding operations.
The detectors are part of a "protection package" that includes transmitters that show actual gas readings on digital readout panels, and LED's that go green/amber/red as gas concentrations approach danger levels.
The package also includes an integral flashing red strobe light and warning horn.
The package also keeps a watchful eye on itself: Troubles anywhere in the system trigger warning, and the digital panel spells out what's wrong where.
Linked to a printer, the SEC 3000 system can make a running record of gas levels to meet EPA/OSHA regulations.
Detectors and components come ready to work without run-in or fine-tuning, keep on for years without fussy adjustment or recalibration.
Cost of the protection package - four SEC 3000 detectors, digital readouts, transmitters, LED's, power supply, strobe light/horn - is under $5000.
More information about this "safety box" to protect against welding fumes: Sensor Electronics, 5500 Lincoln Drive, Minneapolis, Minnesota 55436.
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Welding fumes (Gases)detector
we nee the equipment for inding the parameters of welding gases or fume at welding work place
Simhachalam on May 11, 2013 05:10
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