Gas Monitor Integrates Sample Pump

ENMET's GSM-60 is a hazardous gas monitoring system, designed with an internal sampling pump. It supports both internal sensors and remote sensor transmitters to continuously monitor up to four gases. The instrument is capable of using an array of sensor technologies: infrared (IR), electrochemical (EC), photoionization detector (PID), metal oxide semiconductor (MOS), and catalytic (CAT). It can also be configured to monitor a wide range of chemicals in ambient air including VOCs, carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, oxygen, trace hydrocarbons, as well as many toxic and industrial gases. Additionally, GSM-60 is capable of monitoring reactive gases such as arsine, chlorine dioxide, ethylene oxide, hydrogen fluoride and ozone. Checkout more GSM-60 features and specs.

 

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