How Much Can You Save on Compressed Air Testing?
Mar 13 2019 Read 552 Times
How much are you overpaying for air quality testing of your compressed breathing airlines to comply with BS EN12021?
Testing for contaminants in breathing air quality lines is required to meet the international standards set by BS EN12021 and ensures the quality of breathable air being supplied to an operator is at a suitable standard.
COSHH regulations state that ‘testing should be conducted at least once every 3 months and more frequently when the quality of the air supplied cannot be assured’.
So what are the options for carrying out testing?
The costs of commissioning a hygienist or a consultant per test can be eye-watering.
a1-cbiss are finding more clients competent in performing these tests themselves and saving as much as £2000 per year.
Priced at just £1395, the AIRQUAL-1 is considerably more cost-effective.
The AIRQUAL-1 Breathing Air Quality Test Kit
The AIRQUAL-1 provides on the spot indication of compressed air quality of Oil Mist, Water Vapour, Carbon Dioxide, Carbon Monoxide and Oxygen packaged in a rugged peli-case.
The AIRQUAL-1 breathing air quality test kit has been designed for use with the Gastec Airtec Tubes and is supplied complete with oil mist, water vapour, carbon monoxide (CO) and carbon dioxide (CO2) test tubes to allow immediate multiple testing. Oxygen is measured using the Protege ZM gas detector which has been fitted into the AIRQUAL-1.
This comprehensive breathing air quality test kit is compact, easy to operate and can be used to indicate the level of contamination, as well as, operating flow, temperature, and pressure.
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