The Gasman CO2 is a personal gas monitor, and very important PEE (personal protective equipment), designed to detect carbon dioxide (CO2) in the harshest conditions.
The Gasman CO2 portable gas detector is a compact single gas personal monitor designed for use in the toughest environments. Its stunningly compact and lightweight design makes it ideal for use in industries such as oil and gas, chemical plants (with exotic gases), steel works, hospitality and waste and water works.
Its tough high-visibility orange housing made of polycarbonate with full overmoulding, this CO2 gas detector protects users in harshest environments. With rugged impact resistant construction and compliance to IP65, Gasman CO2 offers an accurate carbon dioxide monitoring with a measuring range between 0 and 5% volume.
Small and lightweight (approximatively 100g), it is extremely durable, with high impact resistance and ingress protection against dust and water. Its combination of powerful loud 95 dB alarm, red and blue visual alert signal and vibrating alarm alerts users in case of hazardous carbon dioxide concentrations. Multiple alarm options are available to select distinctive tones for different alarm levels.
As it features a simple single-button control and an easy to read backlit LCD display, the Gasman CO2 gas detector is user-friendly and requires no technical skills. When operating, this monitor displays clear gas level readings, alarm conditions and remaining battery life with proportional indication of remaining operation time
Data and event logging are available as standard, and there is a built-in 30 day advance warning when calibration is due. The data logger can store up to 900 hours storage at 1 min. interval (54,000 logs), more than 4800 events.
Thanks to its powerful rechargeable lithium-ion battery, the Gasman CO2 can operate continuously during 12 hours minimum when fully charged.
The detectors comes with an integral crocodile clip in order to be worn close to the breathing tracts. This way, gas concentrations readings are as close as possible from concentrations inhaled by the user.