The world’s only self-testing gas solution
Jul 08 2020 Read 209 Times
The ATi UK gas detector range has transformed the gas monitoring industry, with the world’s only AutoTest feature.
AutoTest was developed with specific goals in mind, to make ATi’s range of gas detectors the safest in the world, providing peace of mind and complete protection for staff and stakeholders, revolutionising the way gas detectors of the future work.
The pioneering AutoTest feature is the only gold standard in gas detection available that checks itself daily with self-generated gas, allowing for safer and more confident monitoring. This unique feature is designed to detect and monitor potentially hazardous toxic and flammable gas leaks, to ensure the safest possible working environment. It provides an early warning alarm if a sensor fails to respond, allowing for timely remedial or protective actions to be undertaken.
Conventional gas detection systems require costly manual ‘bump tests’ and annual service contracts, to ensure health and safety compliance. According to research carried out on behalf of ATi, these manual bump tests are only carried out on average 1.5 times a year. In contrast, ATi’s AutoTest checks itself daily.
The new generation F12/D & F12iS gas detector systems, part of the PharmaSafe range, are available from ATi with the AutoTest feature that automatically checks if it is functioning correctly, by exposing the sensor to a small amount of gas at specific intervals. ATi’s innovative safety system is the only detector on the market that provides daily automatic self-tests, far exceeding any current and potential health and safety regulations.
It is widely accepted that gas monitors need to be tested regularly to ensure staff safety and to prove efficacy. In addition, the F12 also employs smart sensor technology, meaning customers can take advantage of ATi’s ‘Service Reminder System’. Through this programme, customers can arrange for sensors to be returned to ATi for re-calibration and certification, removing the need for expensive service engineer call-outs and costly down time whilst waiting for replacement sensors.
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