Dräger Single Gas Detectors for Monitoring Hazardous Gas

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Dräger Single Gas Detectors for Monitoring Hazardous Gas for monitoring only one hazardous gas, single gas monitors are the right solution. You can easily carry the single gas monitors on your working clothes. Depending on the frequency of operations, you can choose between disposable and reusable single gas monitor devices. Disposable detectors measure standard gases which can also be detected by our reusable CO, H2S, SO2, or O2 detectors. Monitoring special or reactive gases is also possible, e.g. with an O3 detector. Furthermore, we offer you single gas detectors with hydrogen-compensated CO sensors or even a dual sensor measuring two gases at once.

The Products of Dräger Single Gas Detectors

Dräger Pac® 6000

​The disposable personal single-gas detection device, Dräger Pac® 6000, measures CO, H2S, SO2 or O2 reliably and precisely, even in the toughest conditions. The robust design, quick sensor response times, and powerful battery ensure maximum safety for up to two years with virtually no maintenance required.

Dräger Single Gas Detectors for Monitoring Hazardous Gas
Dräger Pac® 6000

Single Gas Detector

  • For personal air monitoring
  • Detection of carbon monoxide, oxygen, hydrogen sulphide or sulphur dioxide
  • Time-limited up to two years

Strong performance for maximum safety

​You can rely on the Dräger Pac 6000: The personal single gas detection device warns against hazardous concentrations of carbon monoxide, hydrogen sulphide, sulphur dioxide or oxygen with precision and reliability. Powerful sensors with a very low t-90 response time ensure quick reactions. The Pac 6000 is versatile thanks to its wide measurement range. For example, the CO sensor measures concentrations from 1 to 1,999 ppm, and the H2S sensor from 0.4 to 100 ppm.

Easy handling thanks to clear user guidance

​The D-Light indicates whether the functionality of the device has been tested and that it is ready to use. The housing is also designed with your safety in mind: each sensor variant of the Dräger Pac 6000 features a clear, well-visible color coding, thereby minimizing the chance of mistakes.

Robust design – even for the toughest conditions

​The Pac 6000 can easily handle even extreme conditions: depending on the sensor, temperatures from -40 °C to 55 °C and air pressures between 700 and 1,300 mbar can be tolerated. A membrane filter protects the sensor from foreign matter such as dust and liquids. The shock-proof, chemical-resistant housing meets the requirements specified in the IP68 standard rating.

User-friendly display with all important information

​The large display is non-verbal and clearly indicates the respective gas concentration. Other important information, such as remaining operating time and battery capacity, is also displayed. The bright backlighting ensures clear reading of all values in the dark.

360° alarm with various functions

​If the Dräger Pac 6000 measures hazardous gas concentrations, it sets off an audible, visual, and noticeable vibrating alarm. Two bright, flashing LEDs on the top and bottom of the device ensure that the alarm is easily visible from all sides. The acoustic alarm reaches a volume of 90 dB. The display can show the peak concentration measured at any given moment. Earlier alarms registered can also be retrieved at a later time even if acknowledged. The Pac 6000 with oxygen sensor has two additional alarm thresholds in addition to the standard alarm threshold setting.

Event logger for analyses and reports

​The Dräger Pac 6000 logs concentrations and events along with date and time. The data can be downloaded to a PC via an interface and processed further there.

Economical operational costs

​All of the versions of the Pac 6000 are equipped with extremely durable DrägerSensors® and a powerful battery. Neither the sensor nor the battery need to be changed for the entire two-year maintenance-free service life of the H2S, SO2 and CO versions. The service life of the Dräger Pac 6000 starts when it is first activated. The device automatically switches off after two years.

The Pac 6000 is protected against water, dust and other foreign bodies by a special membrane filter. When the filter becomes heavily soiled you can quickly and easily replace it yourself. The device is then ready to use again in no time.

Fast function test saves time and money

​Function tests and calibrations can be carried out especially efficient using the Dräger X-dock® calibration station. The automatic bump tests in the X-dock are a cost-efficient and convenient solution thanks to short test duration and extremely low test gas consumption. The Dräger Pac 6000 is simply placed in the bump test station and automatically selects the correct setting.

Dräger Pac® 8000

With the robust Dräger Pac® 8000, you’ll be well equipped for tough conditions: this non-disposable, personal single-gas detection device is a reliable and precise instrument, which detects hazardous concentrations of 29 different gases, including special gases like NO2, O3 or COCl2. Measured data can easily be transmitted into the Dräger Gas Detection Connect system via Bluetooth®.

Dräger Single Gas Detectors for Monitoring Hazardous Gas
Dräger Pac® 8000

Single-gas Detector

  • For personal air monitoring
  • Detection of 29 different gases – including special gases such as nitrogen dioxide, ozone or phosgene
  • Non-disposable

Strong performance for maximum safety

You can count on the Dräger Pac 8000 to give you reliable, precise readings at any time even in extreme conditions. Our powerful sensors with a low t-90 response time ensure quick reactions. In addition to the standard alarms, you can define extra alarm thresholds for TLV®/TWA* and STEL*.

*TLV®/TWA = Threshold Limit Values / Time Weighted Average, STEL = Short Term Exposure Limit

Sensors for special gases

The Pac 8000 can be fitted with sensors for carbon dioxide (CO2), chlorine gas (Cl2), hydrogen cyanide (HCN), ammonia (NH nitrogen dioxide (NO2), phosphine (PH3) and organic vapours (OV or OV-A).

The Dräger Pac 8000 performs especially well when detecting different special gases: it can detect ozone (O3) from concentrations as low as 0.02 ppm and phosgene (COCL2) from 0.01 ppm. The Pac 8000 detects nitrogen dioxide (NO2) from concentrations as low as 0.04 ppm.

Robust design – even for the toughest conditions

The Pac 8000 can easily handle even extreme conditions. The sensors can tolerate air pressures between 700 and 1,300 mbar. A membrane filter protects the sensor from foreign matter such as dust and liquids. The shock-proof, chemical-resistant housing meets the requirements specified in the IP68 standard rating.

Easy handling thanks to clear user guidance

​The D-Light indicates whether functionality of the device has been tested and that it is ready to use. The housing is also designed with your safety in mind: each sensor variant of the Dräger Pac 8000 features clear, well visible colour coding, thereby minimising the chance of mistakes.

User-friendly display with all important information

​The large display is non-verbal and clearly indicates the respective gas concentration. Other important information, such as the unit of concentration and battery capacity, is also displayed. The bright backlighting ensures that all values can be clearly read off in the dark.

360° alarm with various functions

​If the Dräger Pac 8000 measures hazardous gas concentrations, it sets off an audible, visual and noticeable vibrating alarm. Two bright, flashing LEDs on the top and bottom of the device ensure that the alarm is easily visible from all sides. The acoustic signal reaches a volume of 90 dB. The display can show the peak concentration measured at any given moment. Earlier alarms registered can also be retrieved at a later time even if acknowledged.

Data logger and event logger for analyses and reports

The Pac 8000 logs concentrations and events along with date and time. The data can be downloaded to a PC via an interface and processed further there. With the new Gas Detection Connect system – and thus the integrated X-dock stations – you can view and download the logs from a central cloud-based asset management system. Available anytime from anywhere.

Bluetooth® communication

​With the new Bluetooth® enabled Pac you can wirelessly transmit live measurement values into the Dräger Gas Detection Connect system. You can easily track the location of the worker and their Pac by connecting the device to the Gas Detection Connect gateway app. Dräger Pac devices can be integrated into third party applications via the OpenGATT protocol.

Economical operational costs

​All of the versions of the Dräger Pac 8000 are equipped with extremely durable Dräger sensors® and a powerful battery. The Pac 8000 is protected against water, dust and other foreign bodies by a special membrane filter. When the filter becomes heavily soiled in use, you can quickly and easily replace it yourself. The device is then ready to use again in no time.

Fast function test saves time and money

​Function tests and calibrations can be carried out especially efficiently in the Dräger X-dock® calibration station. The automatic bump tests in the X-dock are a cost-efficient and convenient solution thanks to short test duration and the extremely low test gas consumption. The Pac 8000 is simply placed in the bump test station and automatically selects the correct setting.

Quick test run saves cost and time

Function tests and calibrations can be performed particularly efficiently with the Dräger X-dock® calibration unit. Automatic bump tests performed with the X-dock provide a convenient and cost-effective solution due to the short test duration and extremely low test gas consumption. Simply place the Pac 8000 detector into the Bump Test Station and the correct setting is automatically selected.

Dräger Pac® 8500

The Dräger Pac® 8500 single-gas detection device is a reliable and precise instrument even under the toughest of conditions. Measured data can easily be transmitted into the Dräger Gas Detection Connect system via Bluetooth®. The device can be equipped with a hydrogen-compensated CO sensor or a Dräger dual sensor. This gives you the option of measuring two gases at once: H2S with CO, H2S with O2 or O2 with CO.

Dräger Single Gas Detectors for Monitoring Hazardous Gas
Dräger Pac® 8500

Single-gas detector

  • ​For personal air monitoring
  • Detection of two gases at once with a dual sensor for O2 / CO, H2S / O2 or H2S / CO
  • Use with a hydrogen-compensated CO sensor possible
  • Non-disposable

Strong performance for maximum safety

You can count on the Dräger Pac® 8500 to give you reliable, precise readings at any time even under extreme conditions. Our powerful sensors with a low t-90 response time ensure quick reactions. In addition to the standard alarms, you can define extra alarm thresholds for TLV®/TWA* and STEL*.

The Pac 8500 also provides a data and event logger for logging concentrations and events along with the date and time. The data can be loaded on a PC via an interface and processed further there. With the new Gas Detection Connect system – and thus the integrated X-dock stations – you can view and download the logs from a central cloud-based asset management system. Available anytime from anywhere.

*TLV®/TWA = Threshold Limit Values / Time Weighted Average, STEL = Short Term Exposure Limit

Convert to a two-gas detection device using a dual sensor

​Your single-gas detection device can become a two-gas device when a dual sensor is used. The Dräger Pac 8500 series offers the following sensor combinations: hydrogen sulfide with carbon monoxide or oxygen with carbon monoxide. Dual sensors enable detection of even low concentrations – and all in one and the same handy device. Measuring two gases at the same time reduces downtime as well. You can take vol.% measurements of oxygen and ppm measurements of carbon monoxide simultaneously using just one sensor.

Measurement of carbon monoxide with significantly reduced cross sensitivity

​In industries where carbon monoxide needs to be measured with hydrogen as a background gas, the measured value for carbon monoxide may be falsified by cross-sensitivity. Thanks to the special hydrogen-compensated CO sensor from Dräger, this cross-sensitivity to hydrogen is significantly reduced in the display of carbon monoxide.

Robust design – even for the toughest conditions

​The Pac 8500 can easily handle even extreme conditions. The sensors can tolerate air pressures between 700 and 1,300 mbar. A membrane filter protects the sensor from foreign matter such as dust and liquids. The shock-proof, chemical-resistant housing meets the requirements specified in the IP68 standard rating.

Easy handling thanks to clear user guidance

​The D-Light indicates whether the functionality of the device has been tested and if it is ready to use. The housing is also designed with your safety in mind: each sensor variant of the Dräger Pac 8500 features clearly visible color coding, thereby minimizing the chance of mistakes.

User-friendly display with all important information

​The large display is word-free and clearly indicates the respective gas concentration. Other important information, such as the unit of concentration and battery capacity, is also displayed. The bright backlighting ensures that all values are clearly legible in the dark.

360° alarm with various functions

​If the Dräger Pac 8500 measures hazardous gas concentrations, it sets off an audible, visual and perceptible vibrating alarm. Two bright, flashing LEDs on the top and bottom of the device ensure that the alarm is easily visible from all sides. The acoustic signal reaches a volume of 90 dB. The display can show the peak concentration measured at any given moment. Earlier alarms registered can also be retrieved at a later time even if they have been acknowledged.

The Pac 8500 with oxygen sensor has two additional alarm thresholds in addition to the standard alarm threshold settings.

Data logger and event logger for analyses and reports

​The Dräger Pac 6500 logs concentrations and events along with date and time. The data can easily be transferred to a computer for further processing. With the new Gas Detection Connect system – and thus the integrated X-dock stations – you can view and download the logs from a central cloud-based asset management system. Available anytime from anywhere.

Bluetooth® communication

​With the new Bluetooth® enabled Pac you can wirelessly transmit live measurement values into the Dräger Gas Detection Connect system. You can easily track the location of the worker and their Pac by connecting the device to the Gas Detection Connect gateway app. Dräger Pac devices can be integrated into third party applications via the OpenGATT protocol.

Economical operating costs

All of the versions of the Dräger Pac 8500 are equipped with extremely durable DrägerSensors® and a powerful battery. The Pac 8500 is protected against water, dust and other foreign bodies by a special membrane filter. When the filter becomes heavily soiled in use, you can quickly and easily replace it yourself. The device is then ready to use again right away. Thanks to the powerful battery, the Pac does not require charging on a daily basis and is easy to handle.

Fast function test saves time and money

​Function tests and calibrations can be carried out especially efficient in the Dräger X-dock® calibration station. The automatic bump tests in the X-dock are a cost-efficient and convenient solution thanks to the short test duration and the extremely low consumption of test gas. The Pac 8500 is simply placed in the bump test station and automatically selects the correct setting.

Reference : www.draeger.com

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