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Dräger Polytron 3000

High measuring quality alongside very simple mounting and very easy operation. The intrinsically safe transmitter Polytron 3000 is ideally suited to the industrial use of measuring toxic gases and oxygen.

Simple, quick installation

The Polytron 3000 consists of two components, the docking station, for mechanical and electrical installation, and the Polytron 3000 transmitter. The docking station can be mounted and wired in advance, guarded against rain and dust by a modular cover until time of commissioning. During commissioning, the Polytron 3000 is simply inserted into the docking station and secured with a quick-quick lock mechanism. After inserting the sensor, the system is ready for operation.

Wide range of applications

With its exceptional electromagnetic compatibility and a variety of mounting options, the CE marked Polytron 3000 is suitable for many different areas of application ranging from chemical to the semiconductor industries.

Easy to operate and maintain

The operation and maintenance of the Polytron 3000 is easy. The tried and tested DrägerSensor is equipped with an integrated data memory that contains all calibration information. This allows the Polytron 3000 to accept a pre-calibrated sensor, speeding up maintenance or sensor change. If preferred, the sensor can be field calibrated in the transmitter.

Explosion Protection

Approvals for worldwide use including, ATEX, IECEx, UL, CSA and temperature range from -40 to +65°C, Protection class (IP66/67).

Product information: Dräger Polytron 3000 (PDF)?The Dräger Polytron 3000 is an intrinsically safe gas detector
for the continuous monitoring of toxic gases and oxygen in ambient air

 

Brochure: Gas List 2015 (PDF)List of detectable gases and vapours.

Brochure: Functional Safety and gas detection systems (PDF)Safety Instrumented Systems are used to reduce the risk for the protection of people, plants, and environment.

Brochure: More than the sum o their components (PDF)?For over 70 years, Dräger has been one of the technology leaders in gas detection.

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