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This multi-gas instrument has been enhanced

By Chemical Engineering |

GMI

The PS200 portable multi-gas detection instrument (photo) now features some new enhancements. One such improvement is a powerful new datalogging capacity that will enable users to capture all relevant calibration and session data over a six-month period. This increased capacity will improve users’ access to relevant data while enabling quicker decisions to be made. Another helpful addition is the new quick-press field-calibration mode, which saves time by simplifying the field-calibration process. Users can also visualize short- and long-term exposures to CO and H2S, enabling them to quickly determine current exposure rates and take appropriate action. — GMI, a company within the 3M Personal Safety Division, Renfrew, Scotland

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