Drager X-Am 5100

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We are the UK leader in Gas Detection and we’re here to help. Call us on 01200 445 804 or email info@ribble-enviro.co.uk

For manufacturing petrochemical products, aseptic packing, or handling of rocket fuel: the Dräger X-am 5100 portable single-gas detector guarantees that you use the safest methods possible for handling HF, HCl, H2O2 or hydrazine – thanks to proven Dräger sensor technology and a device design which is perfectly customized to reactive gases.

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We are the UK leader in Gas Detection and we’re here to help. Call us on 01200 445 804 or email info@ribble-enviro.co.uk

Key Features:

  • Continuous, precise and reliable measurement
  • A special device design with direct gas entry guarantees fast sensor response and precise measurement data by preventing gas adsorption on the device housing
  • Lightweight and robust
  • Slip-proof and compact design
  • Triple alarm: visual (360°), audible (multi-tone), vibration
  • Easy to use: two-button operation and user-friendly menus
  • Highly resistant to impacts, vibrations and electromagnetic radiation
  • Can be operated using replaceable alkaline batteries or a T4 NiMH rechargeable battery, which can be charged right in the device

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