Factair F8000 Safe Air Tester

Factair F8000 Safe Air Tester

Factair F8000 Safe Air Tester most advanced portable breathing-air quality monitoring instrument.With a 7”touch screen colour display the instrument has been designed for ease of use making it easy to verify the quality of breathing-air systems against a range of international standards including EN12021, CGA G-7.1-2011 grade D and AS-NZS 1715:2009.

Factair F8000 Safe Air Tester Instrument Explanation

The instrument incorporates electronic sensors for carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide and oxygen. Levels of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) are tested with a PID sensorandasample test point allows you to test for the presence of oil aerosols using a Dräger Impactor.

An electronic dewpoint meter measures moisture content.Test results are saved in the instrument’s memoryand can then be downloaded, to PC software provided with the instrument.Powered by either internal rechargeable batteries or direct from a mains power supply the F8000 also has a test mode for continuous live sensor readingswith data logging.

Factair F8000 Safe Air Tester Quality

Factair’s Safe-Air Testers make accurate air quality testing to the requirements of EN12021 and a range of international standards even easier to complete. In the UK this ensures compliance with the mandatory requirements of COSHH L5.

Instruments are available in portable and continuous monitoring formats. The latest generation utilise electronic cells to test carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide and oxygen with a PID sensor for volatile organic compounds which can include oil vapours and a test port for oil mist using the Draeger Impactor. Moisture is automatically measured with a built-in electronic dewpoint meter and there are digital readings for pressure, flow rate and ambient temperature.

The continuous monitoring instruments utilise similar detection technologies to the portable units but also include a range of alarm output options as well as SMS alarm and sensor reading updates. These instruments can also be connected to display, datalog and alarm on readings from external instruments.

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