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For personnel monitoring under the most demanding hazardous gas conditions, Draeger’s gas monitors provide reliability and simplicity that is almost unmatched in the industry. Pine carries Draeger instruments not only because they are technically advanced, but because of the company’s commitment to developing the most reliable products to protect lives.
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Drager Ampliwarn Alarm Station
Drager Ampliwarn Alarm Station
 

The Ampliwarn II is a portable alarm station for use in Ex hazard areas and protecting the intervention teams against the explosive and/or toxic gases dangers. The portable alarm station Ampliwarn II is a device enabling the detection of toxic and explosive gases. The large range of portable detectors that can be used in conjunction with the Ampliwarn II support, give the unit great flexibility of use on site. The acoustic and visual alarms of the portable station are released by the luminous alarm of the connected portable unit. The connection is realised by an optical cable. In the event of the detection of gas, the portable alarm station releases its buzzer of 100 Db at 1 meter and its luminous alarm perceptible through 360°. The station is equipped in standard with a test function.


Drager PAC III Single Gas Monitor for Hydrogen Sulfide
Drager PAC III Single Gas Monitor for Hydrogen Sulfide
 

For personnel monitoring under the most demanding hazardous gas conditions, including offshore oil rigs and underground mines, this little instrument is tough to beat for reliability and simplicity. Using Draeger sensor technology, the Pac III provides for reliability and simplicity, as well as being a fast and accurate response to hazardous gas levels, with an attention getting 95 dB alarm. Alarm levels can be set for TWA and STEL. Gas concentration is continuously shown on the high intensity LED. A datalogging kit is an optional rental item. It provides graphic or spread sheet analysis of exposure at TWA, STEL or ceiling values.


Drager PAC III Single Gas Monitor for Ammonia
Drager PAC III Single Gas Monitor for Ammonia
 

For personnel monitoring under the most demanding hazardous gas conditions, including offshore oil rigs and underground mines, this little instrument is tough to beat for reliability and simplicity. Using Draeger sensor technology, the Pac III provides for reliability and simplicity, as well as being a fast and accurate response to hazardous gas levels, with an attention getting 95 dB alarm. Alarm levels can be set for TWA and STEL. Gas concentration is continuously shown on the high intensity LED. A datalogging kit is an optional rental item. It provides graphic or spread sheet analysis of exposure at TWA, STEL or ceiling values.


Drager PAC III Single Gas Monitor for Sulfur Dioxide
Drager PAC III Single Gas Monitor for Sulfur Dioxide
 

For personnel monitoring under the most demanding hazardous gas conditions, including offshore oil rigs and underground mines, this little instrument is tough to beat for reliability and simplicity. Using Draeger sensor technology, the Pac III provides for reliability and simplicity. Using Draeger sensor technology, the Pac III provides fast and accurate response to hazardous gas levels, with an attention getting 95 dB alarm. Alarm levels can be set for TWA and STEL. Gas concentration is continuously shown on the high intensity LED. A datalogging kit is an optional rental item. It provides graphic or spread sheet analysis of exposure at TWA, STEL or ceiling values.


Drager CMS Analyzer
Drager CMS Analyzer
 

The world's only Chip Measurement System (CMS) makes spot measurements as easy as 1, 2, 3: insert chip – start measurement – read measurement result on the LCD display. The Dräger CMS combines the advantages of the Dräger-Tubes® with those of an optoelectronic analysis system. Two components define the system: the analyzer and the substance-specific chip.

The Dräger Chip Measurement System (CMS) is one of the most accurate and reliable portable detection systems currently available for measuring spot concentrations.

It combines an electronic based analyzer with substance specific chips. Each substance specific chip contains 10 individual tests/capillaries, these are filled with a reagent system and is based on Draegers 60+ years experience in colometric chemistry. More than 55 gas-specific chips are available. The CMS Analyzer can store the results of 50 measurements by the DataRecorder integrated within the analyzer, together with relevant data, i.e. measurement substance, concentration, date, time and site of measurement.

The analyzer contains a pump mechanism, microprocessor, optics, and software. The optics read the barcode on an inserted chip and menu-driven instructions for the test appear on the analyzer's LCD. Each analyzer includes a data recorder that will hold the last 50 determinations in memory along with the time/date of sample and a location code.

Simple to use
The Dräger CMS is ready for use after only a brief instruction. It makes no difference which gas or vapor you wish to measure – the instrument is used in the same way every time. The operation is guided by a menu on the display and a single button/switch. The display can be backlit and is available in German, English, French or Spanish. After an automatic system self-test, the analyzer is powered up and the measurement system is immediately ready for operation. Simply insert the chip, perform the measurement and read the measurement result displayed as a concentration on the screen. At the end of the measurement, the chip is automatically ejected from the instrument, and the analyzer shuts down. An audible signal sounds after each operating step. Power is supplied by four standard and easily replaceable batteries which are especially suited to the analyzer's requirements (see technical data). The battery capacity allows for more than seven hours of measurement and is, of course, always displayed on the screen.

Accurate
The principle of mass current measurement ensures that the instrument remains unaffected by fluctuations in air pressure. Because the chips are calibrated before leaving the factory, there is no need for the user to calibrate the Dräger CMS. Any possible temperature and humidity effects are checked during factory calibration. The analyzer is explosion protected and certified in accordance with Cenelec (Europe), UL (USA) and UL/CSA (Canada). In addition, the system is protected against dust and splash water in accordance with IP 54, and is resistant to electromagnetic waves.

Remote-System
To allow measurements at places which are difficult to access, a remote system is available. This comprises of an additional pump and extension hose, and is connected to the back of the analyzer. Because the remote system is activated by its own switch, the system can remain attached to the analyzer. A telescopic probe can also be attached to the Remote-System.
 


Drager PAC III Single Gas Monitor for Carbon Monoxide
Drager PAC III Single Gas Monitor for Carbon Monoxide
 

For personnel monitoring under the most demanding hazardous gas conditions, including offshore oil rigs and underground mines, this little instrument is tough to beat for reliability and simplicity. Using Draeger sensor technology, the Pac III provides both, as well as providing a fast and accurate response to hazardous gas levels, with an attention getting 95 dB alarm. Alarm levels can be set for TWA and STEL. Gas concentration is continuously shown on the high intensity LED. A datalogging kit is an optional rental item, it provides graphic or spread sheet analysis of exposure at TWA, STEL or ceiling values.


Drager Short-term Tubes
Drager Short-term Tubes
 

For spot measurement more than 500 different gases can be detected. The measurement usually takes between 5 seconds and 15 minutes. Furthermore, the easy-to-use Dräger-Tubes have already been calibrated and form a complementary unit with the Dräger-Tube pumps.

The Dräger Short-term Tubes are used either manually with the Dräger-Tube pump accuro or automatically with the Dräger X-act 5000. The results can then be read directly at the end of the measurement process.

A large number of different gases and vapors can be measured by the Dräger Short-term Tubes. These tubes are used e.g. for the determination of concentration peaks, the measurement of exposures in the inhalation area, the determination of possible leakages as well as for the analysis of air in sewers, shafts, tanks or other confined spaces.air examinations at the workplace in the range of legal limit values.

 


Drager Tube Accuro Hand Pump
Drager Tube Accuro Hand Pump
 

Mobile spot measurement
This manual pump is used for spot measurements such as the detection of concentration peaks, confined space entry, worst-case scenarios etc.

Sampling
During the sampling process the substances to be evaluated are firstly accumulated on a suitable carrier material, e.g. activated charcoal, silica gel and so on. The air to be evaluated is thereby drawn over the respective material - with a predefined flow rate and duration. Afterwards, the substances that have accumulated on the carrier material through adsorption or chemisorption are examined qualitatively and quantitatively in the laboratory using instrumental analysis such as gas chromatography.

Functional bellows pump
The Dräger-Tube pump accuro draws in 100 ml per stroke. When measuring, the pump body (bellows) is pressed together completely. The exhaust valve is closed during the opening phase of the bellows so that the gas sample flows through the connected Dräger-Tube into the pump. After the complete opening of the pump body into its original position the suction process is finished. The end of stroke is visible by a pressure-controlled end of stroke indication, located in the pump head.

One-handed operation
Frequently, measurements need to take place under extreme conditions, e.g. on ladders, in shafts or when wearing heavy breathing protection. The Dräger-Tube pump accuro can easily be operated with one hand and enables a reliable measurement also in difficult-to-access places.