Simply clipping on a monitor doesn’t keep you safe. You need to understand the power and limitations of a gas detector, which requires some “driver’s ed.” Training is critical to ensure that you understand potential environmental hazards as well as how to use and maintain the monitor. A monitor that is not properly maintained may be useless during an emergency.
Gas detectors today come equipped with smart features that not only provide clear information on the instrument status and sensors, but also tell you how to react when an alarm goes off. This takes away any guesswork about how to interpret the monitor.
Here, you’ll learn about the latest technology that takes the guesswork out of gas detection, so you’ll always know exactly how to respond to keep yourself and others safe.
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