Hazmat Detection Kit includes pump, tube handbook, shoulder style case, 5M extension hose, 2 lightsticks, decision chart I, and tube
This portable HazMat Detection Kit provides immediate identification of unknown chemicals and can detect contaminants competitors miss. This kit offers accurate detection of up to 48 gases and vapors. This kit features Gastec gas sampling pumps and detector tubes and are pre-calibrated and always ready to use. It is also intrinsically safe with no batteries or electrical power required. On the spot results save time and money with no waiting for expensive laboratory analysis. Gastec systems require fewer pump strokes and provide faster results than leading competitors. Direct read tubes expedite accurate sampling without confusion, dual scales or concentration charts. Decision charts provide clear, step by step instructions for easy and precise chemical analysis.
With lower detection limits this kit can detect trace levels of contaminants that competitors cannot. Additionally, Gastec’s higher maximum detection limits provide a more accurate measurement of contamination. The temperature range is 32 to 104ºF.
Gastec Detector tubes provide exact quantitative measurements. The pre-calibrated, direct-read detector tubes offer distinct lines of demarcation for easier viewing and require no interpretation dual scales or color charts.Many tubes require only 1 pump stroke, instead of up to 20.
Nextteq’s kits contain the first and only gas sampling pumps with direct read ambient temperature display. Nextteq’s patented Thermal Ring is a paper-thin innovation encircling the base of the Gastec Pump that accurately measures ambient temperature a 9ºF intervals from 32ºF to 104ºF. The Thermal Ring reduces the risk of error and increases safety enabling First Responders to correct for temperature variances on the spot. It is easy to use always ready and intrinsically safe.
A comprehensive decision charts is included with each kit and provides step by step directions to efficiently identify gases and vapors using the fewest detector tubes. The result from a single semi-quantitative, multi gas detector tube leads to a test(s) using individual quantitative detector tubes(s) for precise chemical analysis. Some competitors require the use of up to 15 qualitative tubes to identify the chemical present, increasing the time and cost of analysis.