Safety in the workplace always takes top priority. The Dräger Pac 7000 provides a reliable warning against dangerous concentrations of 12 different gases depending on the sensor selection. Another unique option to the device is its five-year warranty for the H2S, O2 and CO versio
Safety in the workplace always takes top priority. The Dräger Pac 7000 provides a reliable warning against dangerous concentrations of 12 different gases depending on the sensor selection. Another unique option to the device is its five-year warranty for the H2S, O2 and CO versions.
The device reliably warns against hazardous concentrations of
the following: carbon monoxide, hydrogen sulphide, oxygen, carbon
dioxide, sulphur dioxide, chlorine, hydrogen cyanide, ammonia, nitrogen
dioxide, nitrogen monoxide, phosphine and organic vapors.
The bump test mode, sensitivity calibration and fresh air
calibration can all be utilized through secure password-protected
technology. The device is equipped with an infrared interface and can be
connected to a PC system to activate the desired
functions or download stored data.
The innovative Dräger XXS sensors react at lightning speed and
produce flawless measurement, even when the gas entry has accidentally
been covered. The device’s short diffusion paths in addition to the
sensors’ rapid electrochemical reactions ensure that any gas-related
dangers are displayed as soon as they occur. For maximum safety, the
sensor is positioned inside the housing to allow gas to reach it from
the top and front.
As a unique service, Dräger offers an optional five-year
warranty for the hydrogen sulphide, oxygen and carbon monoxide monitors.
The protective rubber on the Dräger Pac 7000 ensures that its
casing is shock-proof and meets the strict dust and water protection
requirements specified in IP68. Also, the electromagnetic resistance
has been optimized and Dräger designed the device for unlimited lifetime
The device is inserted into the Dräger Bump Test Station and
in a matter of seconds it performs an automatic function test with a
known gas concentration. The display also informs the user if the bump
test was successful. If the test is not performed within a certain time
frame, the device can be set-up to deactivate itself.
The Dräger Pac 7000 immediately issues an audible, visual and
vibrating alarm when the adjustable alarm thresholds are exceeded or
values fall below the configured oxygen concentration. In addition, the
device is also equipped with adjustable TWA and STEL alarms. The user is
also warned when the battery is low or a functional error has occurred.