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Monitoring System Traces up to 4 Gases

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 2015


With the ability to detect up to four gases and with a traceability feature, the RPB GX4 Gas Monitor is a solution to dangerous gas environments, RPB company says.

According to the Michigan-based company, the GX4 can be used in applications such as spray painting, coating and in confined spaces, among others. It can be surface mounted, wall-mounted or mounted directly to an RPB Radex Filter.

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The RPB GX4 Gas Monitoring System can detect up to four gases and be wall-mounted, surface-mounted or mounted directly to an RPB Radex Filter.
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The RPB GX4 Gas Monitoring System can detect up to four gases and be wall-mounted, surface-mounted or mounted directly to an RPB Radex Filter.

The company says the gas-monitoring system comes with a range of pre-calibrated sensors including carbon dioxide, oxygen and carbon monoxide. The system can be run with universal power options or on an internal battery in case of a power outage.

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In addition, RPB says its GX4 has an illuminated information display for viewing real-time data; a 103-decibel alarm (that can be used in conjunction with other alarm systems, such as strobe lights); and the ability to be connected to a laptop, tablet, phone or a network to view real-time data or download logs.

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More information: www.rpbsafety.com.

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Editor's note: This story was edited to correct the locaton of the company's headquarter's offices.

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