Senko SGT disposable gas detector (CO, H2, H2S, NH3, NO2, SO2 ou O2)

With a 2-year life span, the Senko SGT disposable gas detector is easy to use. Once activated, it can be used 24 hours a day without maintenance for 2 years. Offering excellent value for money, it is available in O2 (oxygen), CO (carbon monoxide), H2 (hydrogen), H2S (hydrogen sulfide), NH3 (ammonia), NO2 (nitrogen dioxide) or SO2 (sulfur dioxide) versions.

  • Disposable single-gas detector with 2-year continuous life - once switched on, it never goes out any more
  • Detection of CO, H2, H2S, NH3, NO2, SO2 or O2 gases at a very competitive price
  • Visual, audible, and vibrating alarms - Splash-proof (IP67)
  • Extremely easy to use, with a widescreen backlit LCD
  • Recording of last 30 events
Additional information

With its excellent value for money, small, light, and highly robust, the Senko SGT is a portable single gas detector that operates continuously for two years. It works non-stop from the moment it is switched on and does not require recharging its lithium battery or changing the electrochemical detection cell, offering long autonomy and no downtime. In presence of dangerous gas concentrations, the Senko SGT disposable gas detector triggers an audible, visual, and vibratory alarm. The 90 dB sound signal alerts the wearer even in noisy environments.

Its small size and sturdy crocodile clip make it easy to place on a belt or directly on the collar of a garment. Its large LCD clearly shows the concentration of gas detected, even in the dark, thanks to its powerful backlight. Stored alarms can also be accessed, even if they have already been acknowledged. The device also indicates the remaining lifetime and records the last 30 alarm events, which can be checked later.

ATEX, IECEx, UL, CSA certified, waterproof, and dustproof (IP67 protection rating) and designed with a polycarbonate casing, the Senko SGT disposable gas detector is complemented by a range of accessories, such as the IR-Link infrared module or the four-slot docking station for configuring alarm thresholds or tracing the last 30 alarm events.

Gases detected: Ammonia (NH3) - Carbon monoxide (CO) - Hydrogen (H2) - Hydrogen sulfide (H2S) - Nitrogen dioxide (NO2) - Sulfur dioxide (SO2) or Oxygen (O2)