The Portasens III D16 portable gas leak detector is a one-handed operated gas detector provides the ability to perform regular checks in gas storage areas, around process equipment and piping, or in confined spaces prior to entry.
Sensors used in the PortaSens III are ATI’s H-Series smart sensor modules. Each sensor module is actually a sensor, amplifier, and memory module in one compact package. Because of this design, sensor modules can be calibrated independently and simply plugged into any detector for immediate use.
When installed in a detector, calibration data is loaded into the microprocessor so that no adjustments are needed. The result is that a detector can, for example, go from phosgene measurement to ammonia measurement in less than one minute.
Interchangeable Smart Sensors
The versatile nature allows the detection of over 30 gases; Peracetic Acid, Bromine, Chlorine, Chlorine Dioxide, Fluorine, Ozone, Iodine, Ammonia, Carbon Monoxide, Hydrogen Chloride/Cyanide, Oxygen, Phosgene, Nitric Oxide, Nitrogen Dioxide, Sulphur Dioxide, Arsine, Diborane, Germane, Phosphine, Silane, Ethylene Oxide, Formaldehyde, Alcohol, Acetylene, etc.
Features and Benefits:
Handheld gas detector – contains an internal sample pump and a flexible sampling wand to pinpoint the location of the source of leakage.
Touch sensitive LCD display – the measured values are easily visible via the LCD display, which features a back-light for readability in low or no light conditions.
Data storage – Internal 4 GB datalogger with USB output.
- Memory: 12,000 data points
- Storage Interval: Programmable from 1 minute to 60 minutes
- Typical Capacity: 8 days at 1-minute storage interval
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