• The importance of connected safety when dealing with hazardous gas concentrations
    GfG‘s G888 and G999 series of portable gas detectors

Gas Detection

The importance of connected safety when dealing with hazardous gas concentrations

Nov 24 2021

GfG‘s G888 and G999 series of portable gas detectors are available with an optional radio module. Real-time gas concentrations as well as alarms triggered by gas concentrations, man-down incidents or manually activated ones can be transmitted to the TeamLink, a portable team monitor, or a computer with a respective radio dongle and the monitoring software. This ensures that no team member is ever left on their own, even if someone is temporarily out of sight.

While real-time transmission of alarms ensures that help or rescue measures can be initiated immediately, continued transmission of measured values allows the rest of the team and the rescuers to prepare and protect for the perils on site. Without this information, they run the risk of becoming victims of the same source of danger as the team member they are trying to rescue.


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