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DualSense Technology Why two are safer than one

Calibrate at least monthly and bump test daily. These are the typical recommendations for maintaining gas detectors.

But how often do users actually bump test their instruments? How much less safe are you if you don’t? Is there any way not to bump test and be just as safe as you would be if you did?

This white paper answers these questions based on a study of more than 25,000 gas monitors and 2 million bump tests conducted in the field.

It also introduces DualSense™ Technology found in Industrial Scientific’s latest single gas monitor – the Tango™ TX1. This patent pending technology makes single gas users safer than they would be using any other single gas instrument in the world, regardless of bump test frequency. In fact...

...85 times safer.

Download this free white paper today to find out why two are safer than one.


Raghu Arunachalam

About the Author

Raghu Arunachalam serves as General Manager, and Senior Vice President of the Industrial Scientific Digital division. In this role, he is responsible for all software as a service (SAAS) business, including the iNet® software platform and Predictive Solutions, with the goal of strengthening the company's safety software platform with connectivity and predictive analytics. Prior to joining the company, Raghu was a research faculty member at Carnegie Mellon University’s Institute for Software Research. There, he spent time developing artificial intelligence algorithms for real-world applications. He holds a Ph.D. from the University of Warwick in the United Kingdom.

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