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Personal multigas detector
Gas detectors 4 in 1
Gas detector for confined space
Battery life for months instead of hours!
Day in, day out, your workers have to charge their portable multi gas detectors so they can keep testing for the presence of combustible gases, H2S, CO, and O2. Unfortunately, sometimes they may forget to do so. Gas Clip Technologies can help prevent this safety risk with our new Multi Gas Clip (MGC). It has the longest battery life of any portable gas detector by a long shot.
The new MGC can go a full 2 months without a charge, even without ever having to be turned off. Shut down the unit nightly and the battery can last up to 4 months. What’s the secret of the MGC’s extended battery life? It uses low-power photo-metric technology for the detection of the combustible gases (LEL). Instead of draining the battery with archaic pellistor technology, the MGC uses an IR source. This conserves power, so the battery lasts and lasts and lasts.
The MGC also eliminates the need to frequently calibrate portable gas detectors. It can go 12 months without being calibrated. That saves time and increases efficiency. Each Multi Gas Clip, IR version, comes with the following features:
- 2 month battery life (continuous run time)
- 1 year calibration cycle
- Will work in inert environments, no need for oxygen
- capable of detection of flammable gases and vapors in inerted
- Simple to use
- Bump/Calibration reminders
- Docking station compatible
- Programmable user ID
The Multi Gas Clip 2-gas versions, P/N# MGC-2 and P/N# MGC-2-P, have been discontinued and are no longer available.
Battery life for months instead of hours!
Day in, day out, your workers have to charge their portable multi gas detectors so they can keep testing for the presence of hydrogen sulfide (H2S), carbon monoxide (CO), oxygen (O2) and combustible gases (LEL). Unfortunately, sometimes they may forget to do so. Gas Clip Technologies can help prevent this safety risk with our new Multi Gas Clip (MGC). It has the longest battery life of any portable gas detector by a long shot.
The new MGC can go a full 2 months without a charge, even without ever having to be turned off. Shut down the detector nightly and the battery can last up to 4 months.
How is this accomplished?
What’s the secret of the MGC’s extended battery life? It uses low-power photo-metric technology for the detection of the combustible gases (LEL). Instead of draining the battery with archaic pellistor technology, the MGC uses an IR source. This conserves power, so the battery lasts and lasts and lasts.
What about callibration?
The MGC also eliminates the need to frequently calibrate portable gas detectors. It can go 12 months without being calibrated. That saves time and increases efficiency.
WSH, 27 November 2020:
principals and contractors performing similar work are advised to put in place
the necessary controls to protect workers when working with inert gases (e.g.
argon). The use of inert gases in a confined space (the adjoining pipe in this
case) may inadvertently create an asphyxiation hazard. Communicate to workers
the dangers of working with inert gases. Establish and implement a work
procedure for the safe application of inert gas in preparation for welding
works. Avoid the use of inert gas wherever possible. If inert gas must be used,
equip workers with a portable gas detector to detect the lack of oxygen and/or
presence of toxics/flammables depending on the work environment. Advise workers
never to insert their head into a confined space so long as the atmosphere
within is not certain.
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Confined Space Gas Detector Meter
MULTI GAS DETECTOR POCKETABLE TYPE 33 05 27
330539 COMBINATION GAS
inert gas detector
inert atmosphere gas detector
*Compliance To IMO & MPA Circular MSC1./Circ. 1477 dtd 9 Jun 2014
1. The Maritime Safety Committee (MSC) of the International Maritime
Organisation (IMO) adopted SOLAS regulation III/18.104.22.168.3 relating to enclosed
space entry and rescue drills, by Resolution MSC.350(92). The Merchant Shipping
(Safety Convention) (Amendment No. 2) Regulations 2014 which gives effect to the
Resolution entered into force on 1 January 2015.
2. The MSC at its ninety-third session confirmed that regulation III/22.214.171.124.3
does not introduce carriage requirements for atmosphere testing instruments for
3. The MSC at its ninety-fourth session, in adopting Resolution MSC.380(94)
recognised the need to implement the new SOLAS regulation XI-1/7 early in order to
expedite the carriage of portable atmosphere testing instruments. MSC/Circ.1485
invited SOLAS Contracting Governments to voluntarily implement SOLAS regulation
XI-1/7 to ships under their flags, as soon as practicable, taking into account that the
entry-into-force date of the corresponding amendment to SOLAS is 1 July 2016.
4. In view of the testing of atmosphere of enclosed spaces is critical for the safe
entry by ship crew and the carriage of portable atmosphere testing instrument
introduced by regulation XI-1/7 is essential to satisfying the requirement of regulation
III/126.96.36.199.3, the Director of Marine has decided to implement regulation XI-1/7
early. Singapore registered ships to which chapter I of the Merchant Shipping (Safety
Convention) Regulations apply, shall implement regulation XI-1/7 as soon as
possible but not later than 1 July 2015.
5. Shipowners should take into consideration MSC.1/Circ.1477 “Guidelines to
facilitate the selection of portable atmosphere testing instruments for enclosed
spaces as required by SOLAS regulation XI-1/7”, when selecting portable
atmosphere testing instrument for enclosed spaces as required by regulation XI-1/7.
One of the many dangers onboard ship is the presence of gas in enclosed spaces. Using a 4 gas monitor can protect your workers in any environment by assessing the four main gases Oxygen (O2), Carbon Monoxide (CO), Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S), Methane (CH4), or other combustible gases you're checking for.
PER ISGOTT 2.4.1 VESSEL SHOULD BE EQUIPPED WITH AT LEAST 2 INSTRUMENTS FOR
MEASURING O2, HC, H2S AND CO VESSEL ROB OF PORTABLE GAS DETECTION EQUIPMENT FOR
MEASURING CARBON MONOXIDE
4 in 1 Gas Detector Singapore
The 4 in 1 Gas Detector has a wide range of optional sensors that allows you to measure, analyse and log these gas elements and a variety of other parameters with only one device. These four functions in one probe measures combustibles LEL (Lower Explosive Limit), O2 (Oxygen), H2S (Hydrogen Sulphide) and CO (Carbon Monoxide). It is ideal for monitoring the concentration of the different types of gases. These four sensors are integrated and are easy to operate. It is user-friendly as the results are displayed on the screen.
Purpose of the 4 in 1 Gas Detector
The capability of the 4 in 1 Gas Detector is to detect LEL, O2, H2S and CO by using only one device. This gas detector is reliable and durable only if regular servicing, careful handling and maintenance are carried out. Most suitable to use in confined spaces to sense if there is any leakage.
Though the 4 in 1 gas detector had been calibrated at the factory, however, it is advisable to calibrate it before use to ensure proper functioning which results in getting accurate readings.
Portable 4 in 1 Gas Detector
The portable 4 in 1 gas detector detects LEL, O2, H2S and CO. It is simple to operate with one button operation and does a self-test upon activation. It is lightweight and mini but equips with all the functions. Reads with high accuracy and reliability, it is easy to carry to confined spaces and remote areas. It conserves energy and can go a full 2 months without a charge. The alarm comes with three modes of visual, audio or vibrate. Easy maintenance and calibrate once every 6 months.
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inert gas meter for LEL/O2
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