Single Gas Detectors For H2S, CO, O2 & SO2 Compliance Monitoring
Jan 12 2021 Read 1628 Times
The ION Science ARA, is a personal, wearable instrument that alerts workers to exposure of toxic gases, providing instantaneous alarms for life-critical safety scenarios. The range of cost-effective, low-maintenance, disposable single gas detectors provide the ideal tool for compliance monitoring and worker safety, enabling workers to monitor exposure to toxic gases as well as oxygen enrichment and depletion, alerting when safe levels are exceeded.
Ideal for petrochemical site plant workers and on-site contractors, the small, lightweight ARA single gas detector comprises six models including four gas types: hydrogen sulphide, carbon monoxide, oxygen and sulphur dioxide. The low maintenance, disposable instruments offer two-year continuous run time as standard. The carbon monoxide and hydrogen sulphide options are also available as additional hibernation models with a three-year run time.
ARA single gas detectors are designed for use as safety compliance devices to be worn throughout daily shifts within a range of industry sectors including oil & gas, chemical, manufacturing, government & defence, water, aerospace and power generation, and across a variety of applications such as site-wide safety, confined space entry, plant shutdown processes and first response safety. The instruments help workers carry out their work safely and cost-efficiently, alerting the wearer to the presence of unsafe gas levels.
User set low and high alarms will alert the wearer and surrounding colleagues to the presence of hazardous gas exposure. When an alarm occurs, the user must exit the hazardous area or put on PPE, in line with their company or local health and safety guidelines.
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