Drager Simultaneous Test Sets

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The Simultaneous Test system offers three different sets which are used with an adapter (purchased separately) and a Draeger Pump for the semi-quantitative determination of inorganic gases and organic vapors. Each test set is able to test for five different gases simultaneously in less than one minute.

The sets provide on-site information to firefighters, Hazmat teams and environmental agencies. Please note: Draeger Tubes in the Simultaneous Test Sets are specifically calibrated to be used as a set. It is not recommended to mix tubes from any of the sets or use standard tubes with the Simultaneous Test Set Adapter.

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