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  • Ati’s Pioneering Autotest Revolutionises Gas Monitors

Ati’s Pioneering Autotest Revolutionises Gas Monitors

Mar 12 2018 Read 281 Times

One of the leading electrochemical sensor manufacturers has introduced the ONLY Gold Standard in gas detection with the pioneering AutoTest feature, making it the safest gas monitor in the world!

ATi’s patented design automatically checks itself daily with self-generated gas, allowing for safer and more confident monitoring.

unique monitors are designed to detect and monitor potentially hazardous toxic and flammable gas leaks, to ensure the safest possible working environment. They provide an early warning alarm if gas escapes, allowing for timely remedial or protective actions to be undertaken.

AutoTest

ATi’s innovative gas detectors are the only ones in the world that provide daily automatic self-tests with gas via the AutoTest function, far exceeding any current and potential health and safety regulations.

Features and benefits;

•Increased safety and time saving

•Reliable daily response checks to ensure system integrity

•Provides an early warning alarm if gas escapes

•No cylinders needed

•Minimum maintenance and support costs.

•Seamlessly and safely integrates with other control systems.

Mark Bastable, ATi Gas Sales Manager, explains: “Alarming research has indicated that 62% of managers believe their gas detectors are not tested regularly enough. Conventional gas detection systems require costly manual ‘bump tests’ and annual service contracts, to ensure health and safety compliance, with calibration sometimes only being done every 12 months, so for the other 364 days of the year, end-users can only assume the system is working.

“However, our patented AutoTest technology is set to revolutionise the way gas detectors of the future work, offering peace of mind to both managers and plant workers, by automatically checking itself daily with gas to make sure it is functioning. Companies can now rest easy, knowing their safety systems are working 24/7”.

For full research findings or further information, please visit www.atiuk.com

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