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Battery-powered, direct-reading portable instruments are classified
into two groups - single-gas instruments or multiple-gas instruments.
Depending on the capabilities of the instrument, monitoring can be
conducted simultaneously for oxygen and combustible gas, or for
oxygen, combustible gas and toxic gases. These devices are commonly
referred to as 2-in-1, 3-in-1, 4-in-1 or 5-in-1 alarms.
No matter which type of portable instrument is used to check
environmental gas concentrations, regular monitoring should be
performed because a contaminant’s level of combustibility or toxicity
might increase even if it initially appears to be low or non-existent.
MSA offers a wide variety of portable and permanent gas monitoring
solutions to detect combustible gases, toxic gases, oxygen
deficiency/enrichment.
Our instruments reflect the latest developments in sensor and
instrumentation design, using electrochemical, catalytic bead,
photoacoustic infrared (PIR) and both point and open path infrared
sensing technologies, and offer wireless communication capabilities.
We offer a wide range of systems to meet your facility’s monitoring
needs: from a single sensor in a stand-alone application to a largescale, completely integrated installation consisting of thousands of
sensing points. MSA also designs custom systems that are tailored
to fit unique monitoring requirements.
Contact your MSA representative for more information and
ordering information.
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Instrumentation
Understanding Environmental Surveillance
Battery-powered, direct-reading instruments
are classified as two groups - single-gas
instruments or multiple-gas instruments typically monitoring one or a combination of
the following atmospheric conditions:
1. oxygen deficiency or enrichment;
2. the presence of combustible gas; and
3. the presence of certain toxic gases.
Depending on the capabilities of the
instrument, monitoring can be conducted
simultaneously for oxygen and combustible
gas, or for oxygen, combustible gas and toxic
gases. These devices are commonly referred to
as 2-in-1, 3-in-1, 4-in-1 or 5-in-1 alarms.
No matter which type of instrument is used
to check environmental gas concentrations,
regular monitoring should be performed
because a contaminant’s level of combustibility
or toxicity might increase even if it initially
appears to be low or non-existent. In addition,
oxygen deficiency can occur unexpectedly.
selection of protective equipment necessary
for the tasks in the area. It may also dictate
the duration of worker exposure to the
environment of the space, or whether an
entry will be made at all. Substance-specific
detectors should be used whenever actual
contaminants have been identified.
Figure 2
Atmospheric Composition
To determine the composition of an
atmosphere, reliable instruments should be
used to draw air samples. If possible, do not
open the entry portal to the confined space
before this step has been completed. Sudden
changes in atmospheric composition within
the confined space could cause violent
reactions, or dilute the contaminants in the
confined space, giving a false low initial
gas concentration.
When testing permit-required spaces for
acceptable entry conditions, always test in the
following order:
1. oxygen content
2. flammable gases and vapors
3. potential toxic air contaminants
Figure 1
Comprehensive testing should be conducted
in various locations within the work area.
Some gases are heavier than air, and tend to
collect at the bottom of a confined space.
Others are lighter, and are usually in higher
concentrations near the top of the confined
space. Still others are the same molecular
weight as air, so they can be found in varying
concentrations throughout the space. This is
why test samples should be drawn at the top,
middle and bottom of the space to pinpoint
varying concentrations of gases or vapors
(see Figure 1). The results of the atmospheric
testing will have a direct impact on the
Figure 3
Combustible Gases
In order for combustion to occur, there must
be three elements:
1. fuel
2. oxygen to support combustion
3. heat or a source of ignition
This is known as the fire triangle, but if you
remove any one of the legs, combustion will
not occur (see Figure 2).
The percentage of combustible gas in the air
is important, too. For example, a manhole
filled with fresh air is gradually filled by a
leak of combustible gas such as methane or
natural gas, mixing with the fresh air. As the
ratio of gas to air changes, the sample passes
through three ranges: lean, explosive and rich
(see Figure 3). In the lean range, there isn’t
enough gas in the air to burn. On the other
hand, the rich range has too much gas and
not enough air. However, the explosive range
has just the right combination of gas and air to
form an explosive mixture. Care must be taken,
however, when a mixture is too rich, because
dilution with fresh air could bring the mixture
into the flammable or explosive range. An
analogy is the automobile that won’t start on a
cold morning (a lean atmosphere because the
liquid gasoline has not vaporized sufficiently),
but can be flooded with too much gasoline (a
rich atmosphere with too much vaporization).
Eventually, when the right mixture of gas and
air finally exists (explosive), the car starts.
to understand what is meant by the Lower
Explosive Limit (LEL) and Upper Explosive
Limit (UEL). When certain proportions of
combustible vapors are mixed with air and a
source of ignition is present, an explosion can
occur. The range of concentrations over which
this reaction can occur is called the explosive
range. This range includes all concentrations
in which a flash will occur or a flame will travel
if the mixture is ignited (see Figure 3). The
lowest percentage at which this can happen is
the LEL; the highest percentage is the UEL.
Most combustible instruments display
gas concentrations as a percentage of the
LEL. Some models have gas readouts as a
percentage by volume and others display both
percent of LEL and percent combustible gas
by volume. What’s the difference? For example,
the LEL of methane (the major component in
natural gas) is 5 percent by volume, and the
UEL is 15 percent by volume.
If we slowly fill a room with methane, when
the concentration reaches 2.5 percent by
volume, it is 50 percent of the LEL; at 5 percent
by volume it is 100 percent of the LEL. Between
5 and 15 percent by volume, a spark could set
off an explosion.
Different gases need different percent by
volume concentrations to reach 100 percent
of the LEL (see Figure 4). Pentane, for
example, has an LEL of 1.5 percent. Instruments
that measure in percent of the LEL are easy
to use because, regardless of the gas, you
are most concerned with how close the
concentration is to the LEL.
Figure 4
Single-Gas Monitors for Oxygen Deficiency
Oxygen indicators measure atmospheric
concentrations of oxygen. Concentrations
are generally measured over a range of 0 to
25 percent oxygen in air, with readings being
displayed on either digital readout or an
analog meter. Oxygen indicators are calibrated
with uncontaminated fresh air containing a
minimum of 20.8 percent oxygen. With some
models, an alarm is activated when oxygen
levels drop below 19.5 percent.
How Combustible Gas Monitors Work
To understand how portable combustible gas
detection instruments work, it is first important
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How Combustible Gas Monitors Work
Figure 5
Single-gas instruments for monitoring
combustible gases and vapors are generally
calibrated on pentane and are designed for
general-purpose monitoring of hydrocarbon
vapors. Such instruments operate by the
catalytic action of a heated platinum
filament in contact with combustible gases
(see Figure 5). The filament is heated to
operating temperature by an electric current.
When the gas sample contacts the heated
filament, combustion on its surface raises the
temperature in proportion to the quantity of
combustibles in the sample.
A Wheatstone bridge circuit, incorporating the
filament as one arm, measures the change in
electrical resistance due to the temperature
increases. This change indicates the percentage
of combustible gas present in the sample.
Multiple-Gas Monitors for Oxygen,
Combustible and Toxic Gases
Toxic gases and vapors, which can be inhaled
or absorbed through the skin, are frequently
found in confined spaces. Sometimes, these
atmospheric hazards can also displace oxygen
and may incapacitate the body’s ability to
maintain respiration. Some toxic gases and
vapors can also cause long-term physical damage
to the body in cases of repeated exposure.
A number of instruments are available to assist
in detecting toxic gas. Pocket-size monitors
operate by diffusion or an aspirator bulb. Larger
instruments with built-in pumps draw samples
from the immediate area or from outside the
confined space work area when used with
sampling lines.
Diffusion-type instruments are available
for simultaneously measuring the LEL of
combustible gases, oxygen levels and toxic
levels (in parts per million) of H2S, CO and other
toxic gases. Alarms also alert the user to low and
high oxygen levels. Remote sampling pump
adapters are available to convert these diffusiontype instruments into pump-style instruments.
Single-Gas Monitors for Toxic Gases
Compact, battery-powered devices can
be used to measure levels of such gases as
carbon monoxide (CO) or hydrogen sulfide
(H2S), depending on the model selected.
Toxic gas monitors use electrochemical cells
(see Figure 6). If the gas of interest enters the
cell, the reaction produces a current output
proportional to the amount of gas in the
sample. With these instruments, audible and
visible alarms sound if the gas concentration
exceeds a preset level. These devices are well
suited for use in confined spaces containing
motors or engines, which can generate large
quantities of CO, as well as in sewers, waste
treatment plants and “sour crude” processing
stations which tend to have hazardous
volumes of H2S.
One type of pump frequently used with a
detector tube is a compact, bellows-type
device. Accurate and repeatable sample flows
can be assured by a shaft that guides the
bellows during compression. Some models
feature an end-of-stroke indicator that lets the
user know when a full air sample has been
drawn. Models with an integral stroke counter
eliminate the tedious recording of multiple
pump strokes.
Personal Sampling
Personal sampling is used to determine the
concentration of airborne contaminants.
Personal sampling pumps are designed to
measure individual workers’ exposures, so
they typically are lightweight, belt-mounted,
battery-powered devices.
The process of sampling entails drawing a
predetermined volume of air through a filter
designed to trap contaminants. The filter
is contained in a plastic cassette, which is
attached by plastic tubing to a sampling pump
calibrated to draw a specific, known volume of
air into the filter. After air samples are drawn, the
filters are sent to a laboratory where they are
examined to determine the level of exposure.
Personal sampling determines the
concentration found in the “breathing zone” or
the area near the worker’s face, which is usually
measured at or near the collar or lapel.
Calibration
Figure 7
Photo`ionization Devices for Toxic
Gases and Vapors
A photoionization detector, featuring microprocessor technology, uses ultraviolet light to
ionize molecules of chemical substances in a
gaseous or vaporous state (see Figure 7). A realtime digital readout allows the user to make
an immediate determination of gas and vapor
concentrations. Depending upon calibration
input, gas and vapors are measured over a
0.1 to 10,000 ppm scale. Some instruments
automatically compensate for signal loss due to
humidity, which is inherent in all PID detectors.
To ensure the accuracy of all monitoring
and detection equipment, calibration should
be performed regularly. If the instrument
reading differs significantly from the values of
the known standard, the instrument should
not be used until it has been adjusted or, if
necessary, repaired.
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Detector Tube Sampling Systems
Figure 6
Multiple-Gas Monitors for Oxygen and
Combustible Gas
In applications where it is necessary to
determine oxygen and combustible gas levels
simultaneously, 2-in-1 diffusion-type devices
can be used. Sensors measure 0 to 100 percent
of the LEL and oxygen from 0 to 25 percent.
Remote sampling requires either a pump
module or an aspirator bulb adapter.
Detector tube-type devices are recommended
for conducting quick evaluations of potential
hazards that cannot otherwise be measured.
With detector tubes, a known volume of air
is drawn through the tube, using a manually
operated or battery-powered sampling pump.
If gas or vapor is present in the air, chemically
treated granules in the tube are stained a
different color. By measuring the length of
the color stain within the tube, users can
determine concentration levels.
Most tubes available today are made of glass,
have break-off tips, and are filled with treated
chemical granules. They generally have a shelf
life of 24 to 30 months.
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Portable Instrumentation
Gas Detectors
ALTAIR® 2X Gas Detectors Introduction
UNIQUE PULSE CHECK
AUTOMATICALLY CHECKS SENSOR
A SIMPLE EXHALED
BREATH VERIFIES THAT
RESPONSE AND CORRECTS FOR
SENSOR INTEGRITY.
SENSOR FLOW PATH IS
CLEAR TO ENSURE THAT
ALTAIR 2XP DETECTOR ONLY
GAS REACHES THE SENSOR.
2XP ONLY
95 DB ALARM
WITH RED LED INDICATORS
AND VIBRATING ALARM
EASY ONE BUTTON,
GLOVED HAND
OPERATION
END OF SENSOR LIFE
INDICATOR
A CHECK MARK AND
GREEN LED INDICATOR
MEANS YOU ARE BUMPED
LARGE, HIGH CONTRAST
AND READY TO GO
DISPLAY SHOWS PPM AND
VISUAL SENSOR STATUS
DURABILITY IP 67 DESIGN
AND INTRINSICALLY SAFE
CONSTRUCTION SURVIVES
DURABLE, RUBBERIZED
7.5 METRE DROP TEST
HOUSING FOR SECURE GRIP
+
RED LED INDICATORS
SHOW THAT THE
GLOWING VERSION FOR
LOW LIGHT APPLICATIONS
INSTRUMENT HAS NOT
BEEN BUMP TESTED
AND EASIER FLEET MANAGEMENT
OF MULTIPLE DETECTOR SETTINGS.
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ALTAIR® 2X
NEW
Introducing the ALTAIR® 2X gas detector from MSA; the first one or two gas detector
that incorporates industry-leading Xcell Sensor technology to deliver unparalleled
performance while drastically minimising total cost of ownership, increasing
durability and delivering enhanced worker safety, compliance and traceability.
The ALTAIR® 2X is also the first portable gas detector to introduce revolutionary
Xcell pulse technology. Based on proven science and advanced patented sensor
capabilities, the ALTAIR® 2X detector delivers the world’s first stand-alone bump
test. This allows a daily bump test to be performed without the need for calibration
accessories or specific calibration gas.
• Unique pulse technology
• Simple exhaled breath bump test on pulse models
• 95 dB alarm
• Easy one-button, gloved hand operation
• 24 hour bump test tick mark for operational confidence
• End of sensor life indicator
• Large, high contrast display
• Durable: Rubberised housing, IP67 water and dust tight, Intrinsically safe and survives a
7.5 metre drop test
• Red LED indicator to show bump test due now.
FEATURES
VARIETY OF OPTIONS
LOW COST OF OWNERSHIP
INCREASED SAFETY AWARENESS &
REAL-TIME COMPLIANCE
FULL-TIME TRACEABILITY
RUGGED DURABILITY
EASY TO USE
BENEFITS
• ALTAIR 2X Single-Gas Detectors with XCell Sensors
• ALTAIR 2XP Single-Gas Detector with XCell Pulse Technology
• ALTAIR 2XT Two-Tox Gas Detectors with XCell Two-Tox Sensors
• Fastest sensor response times, lowest calibration gas flow rate on the market
• 4-year expected instrument & sensor life
• 3-year warranty on instrument & most sensors (2 years on Cl2, NH3)
• Stand-alone bump tests reduce maintenance, increase productivity (ALTAIR 2XP Detector only)
• 1 device can monitor 2 gases (ALTAIR 2XT Detector only)
• Stand-alone bump test anytime, anywhere without bottled calibration gas (ALTAIR 2XP Detector only)
• BUMP PASS: green LED flash every 15s, large on-screen checkmark for
real-time compliance
• BUMP FAIL: red LED flash every 15s, no checkmark
• End-of-sensor-life warning and alarm
• Records 75 alarm events and over 100 hours of periodic data, including bump and calibration records
• Compatible with MSA GALAXY® GX2 Automated Test System and MSA Link Pro Software
• Tough over-molded rubber armor
• Survives multiple 7.5m drops onto concrete
• Agency-certified dust- and water-tight IP67 and intrinsically-safe construction
• 1-button, gloved hand operation
• Large LCD, characters, and status icons
• onscreen step-by-step user instructions for stand-alone bump test (ALTAIR 2XP Detector only)
• 10s backlight with adjustable timeout
DETECTOR TYPE
CHARCOAL
(LOW, HIGH ALARM IN PPM)
ALTAIR® 2X SINGLE GAS DETECTOR
10153986
CO (25, 100)
10154074
CO-H2* (25, 100)
10154075
CO-HC* (25, 100)
10154076
H2S-LC* (5, 10)
10154077
SO2 (2, 5)
10154078
NO2* (2.5, 5)
10154079
NH3* (25, 50)
10154080
CI2* (0.5, 1)
GLOW-INTHE-DARK
REPLACEMENT
SENSOR
10154185
10154186
10154187
10154189
10154191
10154192
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10152603
10152604
10152602
10152605
10152607
10152606
10152601
10152600
DETECTOR TYPE
CHARCOAL
(LOW, HIGH ALARM IN PPM)
ALTAIR® 2 XP - WITH XCELL PULSE TECHNOLOGY
10153984
H2S-PULSE (10, 15)
ALTAIR® 2XT TWO-TOX GAS DETECTOR
10154040
CO/H2S (CO:25, 100; H2S: 10, 15)
CO-H2/H2S* (CO: 25, 100; H2S: 10, 15) 10154071
CO/H2S-LC* (CO: 25, 100; H2S: 5, 10) 10154072
10154073
CO/NO2* (CO: 25, 100; NO2: 2.5, 5)
10153985
SO2/H2S-LC (SO2: 2, 5; H2S: 10, 15)
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GLOW-INTHE-DARK
REPLACEMENT
SENSOR
10154188
10121227
10154181
10154182
10154183
10154184
10154190
10152603
10152604
10152605
10152606
10152607
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ALTAIR® Maintenance-Free Single-Gas Detector
Alarm System
• 95 dB audible alarm (distinct sounds for High and Low alarms).
• Dual LEDs positioned to be seen from all angles.
• Standard vibrating alarm and standard event logging.
Warranty
• Two years or 18 hours of alarm (1080 minutes).
INSTRUMENT TYPE
CARBON MONOXIDE (CO)
HYDROGEN SULFIDE (H2S)
OXYGEN (O2)
ALTERNATE SET POINT MODELS
CARBON MONOXIDE (CO)
CARBON MONOXIDE (CO)
CARBON MONOXIDE (CO)
CARBON MONOXIDE (CO)
HYDROGEN SULPHIDE (H2S)
HYDROGEN SULPHIDE (H2S)
HYDROGEN SULPHIDE (H2S)
HYDROGEN SULPHIDE (H2S)
OXYGEN (O2)
PART NO.
10092522
10092521
10092523
PART NO.
10071334
10071335
10071337
10071338
10071340
10071361
10071362
10071363
10071364
LOW ALARM HIGH ALARM
25 PPM
100 PPM
10 PPM
15 PPM
19.5% VOL
23% VOL
LOW ALARM HIGH ALARM
30 PPM
60 PPM
35 PPM
100 PPM
50 PPM
200 PPM
100 PPM
300 PPM
10 PPM
200 PPM
5 PPM
10 PPM
8 PPM
12 PPM
7 PPM
14 PPM
19.5% VOL
18% VOL
Durability Features
• Hard polycarbonate case, encapsulated in a thick rubberized shell.
• Extremely resistant to drops and impacts.
• Rated to IP67 protection levels for dust/water ingress.
ALTAIR® Pro Single-Gas Detector
• Tough rubberized housing.
• One-button operation.
• Accurately measures the gas
concentration or percent oxygen.
• Displays information on a large, clear,
backlit LCD.
• Superior dust and water protection
(rated IP67 except O2-R).
• Event-logging and data-logging .
• Excellent impact resistance .
• Versions available for CO, H2S, O2, NH3,
Cl2, ClO2, NO2, SO2, HCN and PH3.
• Great RFI performance.
• Adjustable alarm set points are offered
for LOW, HIGH, TWA and STEL.
• Alarms are indicated by flashing LEDs,
an audible alarm, and an internal
vibrating alarm.
• Replaceable battery and sensor.
INSTRUMENT TYPE
PART NO.
LOW ALARM HIGH ALARM
STEL
TWA
OXYGEN (O2)
10074137
19.50%
23.00%
N/A
N/A
CARBON MONOXIDE (CO)
10074135
25 PPM
100 PPM
100 PPM
25 PPM
CARBON MONOXIDE (CO) STEEL
10076724
75 PPM
23% VOL
200 PPM
75 PPM
HYDROGEN SULPHIDE (H2S)
10074136
10 PPM
200 PPM
15 PPM
10 PPM
HYDROGEN CYANIDE (HCN)
10076729
4.7 PPM
15 PPM
10 PPM
4.7 PPM
CHLORINE (CL2)
10076716
0.5 PPM
10 PPM
1.0 PPM
0.5 PPM
CHLORINE DIOXIDE (CLO2)
10076717
0.1 PPM
1.0 PPM
0.3 PPM
0.1 PPM
SULPHUR DIOXIDE (SO2)
10076736
2.0 PPM
1.0 PPM
5.0 PPM
2.0 PPM
NITROGEN DIOXIDE (NO2)
10076731
2.0 PPM
5.0 PPM
5.0 PPM
2.0 PPM
AMMONIA (NH3)
10076730
25 PPM
5.0 PPM
35 PPM
25 PPM
PHOSPHINE (PH3)
10076735
0.3 PPM
1.0 PPM
1.0 PPM
0.3 PPM
OXYGEN REMOTE (O2-R)
10076733
19.50%
23.00%
N/A
N/A
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ALTAIR® 4X eXtreme Multigas Detector
ALTAIR® 4X Multigas Detector (IECEx), with data logging feature,
charger, calibration cap & tubing, CD manual
Features
• MotionAlert™ feature plus audible, visual, and vibrating alarms.
• Most rugged instrument available.
• ALTAIR® 4X Oxygen expected life 5+ years under normal
operating conditions.
• Large buttons for easy operation.
• 20-hour battery run time when fully charged.
• NSW Underground Mines Registered.
• Tested to IP67.
• Phosphorescent “Glow” case option.
• Galaxy® GX2 Automated System compatible.
• Global approvals.
• Economically priced.
• MSA Link™ Software-ready.
PART NO: Description
10110450KP ALTAIR® 4X Kit - Extreme Glow with Pump Probe
10110451 ALTAIR® 4X eXtreme Glow (LEL, O2, CO) 5 Yr Warranty
10110447 ALTAIR® 4X (LEL, O2, CO, H2S) Charcoal, 3 Yr Warranty
10110449 ALTAIR® 4X (LEL, O2) Charcoal, 3 Yr Warranty
10110447E ALTAIR® 4X Gas Detector - Extended Warranty Option (5 Yrs)
10110450 ALTAIR® 4X eXtreme Glow (LEL, O2, CO, H2S) 5 Yr Warranty
10110452 ALTAIR® 4X eXtreme Glow (LEL, O2) 5 Yr Warranty
10110448 ALTAIR® 4X (LEL, O2, CO) Charcoal, 3 Yr Warranty
10125757 ALTAIR® 4X (CH4, O2, CO, NO2) Charcoal Registered 3Yr Wty
10125758 ALTAIR® 4X (CH4, O2, CO, NO2) Glow Mines Registered 5Yr Wty
10110447K ALTAIR® 4X Kit - Standard Charcoal Unit
767546 ALTAIR® 4X (LEL, O2, CO/NO2) Charcoal
10110450K ALTAIR® 4X Kit - Extreme Glow
10110447KP ALTAIR® 4X Kit - Standard Charcoal Unit with Pump Probe
767547 ALTAIR® 4X (LEL, O2, CO/NO2) Glow
ALTAIR® 4X Gas Detection Accessories
ALTAIR® Pump Probe
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NEW
The ALTAIR Pump Probe is durable and simple to use, its powerful
pump can draw through 15 metres of tubing for remote sampling
applications. The Altair Pump Probe is also equipped with status
indicators, audible and visual alarms for low flow and low battery
warnings. The ALTAIR Pump Probe is approved for use in most
hazardous locations and is an intrinsically safe instrument.
*
PART NO: Description
10152668 ALTAIR® PUMP PROBE WITH CHARGER
10153040 ALTAIR® PUMP PROBE NO CHARGER
• Rechargeable Li-ion battery
• Can be charged with the standard ALTAIR 4X charger
• Sample draw speed 10 ft per 1 second
• Alarms for low battery and flow restriction
• Charge time less than 4 hours
• Run time 24 hours at 25 degrees C with maximum 15 metres
sample line attached
• Over-moulded static dissipative rubber housing
• Conductive wand and coiled tubing
• Rated to IP65
*Altair 4X Instrument Not Included.
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ALTAIR® 5X/5X Infrared Multigas Detector
Introducing the new ALTAIR® 5X Multigas Detector with MSA XCell® Sensor Technology
• Can measure up to six gases simultaneously when IR unit is used.
• Extended range covering SO2, Cl2, and NH3.
• Superior stability, accuracy, repeatability, fast response and longevity.
• Long-lasting - designed for an average life of more than four years (more than three years for SO2, Cl2, and NH3).
• Faster response/clear times.
• Greater signal stability and repeatability under changing or extreme environmental conditions and are plug-and-play-capable.
• Durability and with large, glove-friendly buttons.
• Option of a glow in the dark housing for all IR sensor equipped instruments.
• MotionAlert™ and InstantAlert™ (Electronic Motion Sensors).
Warranties: Standard - 3 Years | Infrared - 5 Years
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ALTAIR® 5X Colour Screen Units
PART NO:
DESCRIPTION
ALTAIR® 5X Infrared Propane Detector Combinations
PART NO:
DESCRIPTION
767518
ALTAIR® 5X, SO2, COLOUR
767584
ALTAIR® 5X IR LEL, O2, CO, H2S, PROPANE 0-100% LEL
767298
ALTAIR® 5X CO NO2 COLOUR
767735
ALTAIR® 5X IR PROPANE 0-100% VOL (NO OTHER SENSORS)
10119665
ALTAIR® 5X LEL O2 CO H2S NO2 COLOUR
10119668
ALTAIR® 5X LEL O2 CO H2S COLOUR
10119670
ALTAIR® 5X LEL O2 CO H2S SO2 COLOUR
10119671
ALTAIR® 5X LEL O2 CO H2S HCN COLOUR
10119672
ALTAIR® 5X LEL O2 CO H2S CL2 COLOUR
10119673
ALTAIR® 5X LEL O2 CO H2S PH3 COLOUR
10122118
ALTAIR® 5X LEL O2 CO H2S NH3 COLOUR
767363
ALTAIR® 5X O2 CO H2S NO2 COLOUR
767367
ALTAIR® 5X LEL O2 HCN NH3 COLOUR
767529
ALTAIR® 5X, LEL, CO, H2S, SO2, NH3 COLOUR
767923
ALTAIR® 5X, LEL, O2, NO, NO2 COLOUR
767803
ALTAIR® 5X LEL, O2, NO2, CL2 COLOUR
767804
ALTAIR® 5X LEL, O2, PH3, SO2, COLOUR
767828
ALTAIR® 5X LEL, O2, CO/NO2, SO2, COLOUR
ALTAIR® 5X Wireless Units (Compatible with the ALPHA SCOUT system only)
PART NO:
767797W
DESCRIPTION
767895
ALTAIR® 5X CH4 OPTIMISED, O2, SO2, CO/H2S, CO2 IR, GLOW
767926
ALTAIR® 5X LEL, O2, CO, H2S, NO, CO2 IR GLOW COLOUR
767352M
ALTAIR® 5X IR GLOW CH4 OPTIMISED O2 CO H2S NO2 CO2 COLOUR - MINING
767866
ALTAIR® 5X IR GLOW CH4 OPTMISED, O2, CO/NO2, NH3, CO2 WIRELESS
767349
ALTAIR® 5X IR GLOW IR O2 CO H2S NO2 CO2 COLOUR
767871
ALTAIR® 5X IR CH4 OPTIMISED LEL,O2,NO2,SO2,CO2 (10%), COLOUR
767343
ALTAIR® 5X IR CHARCOAL O2 SO2 CO2 (IR) COLOUR
767519
10119678
ALTAIR® 5X IR GLOW CH4 OPTIMISED SENSOR O2 CO H2S CO2 (10%) COLOUR
ALTAIR® 5X IR GLOW LEL O2 CO H2S CO2 (10%) COLOUR
767351
ALTAIR® 5X IR GLOW LEL O2 CO H2S NH3 CO2 COLOUR
767352
ALTAIR® 5X IR GLOW LEL O2 CO H2S NO2 CO2 COLOUR
767306
10119674
ALTAIR® 5X IR GLOW LEL O2 CO H2S SO2 CO2(IR) COLOUR
ALTAIR® 5X IR LEL O2 CO H2S CO2 MONOCHROME
767351K
ALTAIR® 5X IR LEL O2 CO H2S NH3 CO2 COLOUR
ALTAIR® 5X LEL, O2, CO, H2S, HCN WIRELESS COLOUR
767306K
ALTAIR® 5X IR LEL O2 CO H2S SO2 CO2 COLOUR
ALTAIR® 5X LEL, O2, CO, H2S, PH3 WIRELESS COLOUR
767799W
ALTAIR® 5X LEL, O2, CO, H2S, Cl2 WIRELESS COLOUR
767800W
ALTAIR® 5X LEL, O2, CO, H2S, SO2 WIRELESS COLOUR
767801W
ALTAIR® 5X LEL, O2, CO, H2S, NO2 WIRELESS COLOUR
767802W
ALTAIR® 5X LEL, O2, CO, H2S, ClO2 WIRELESS COLOUR
10122118W
ALTAIR® 5X LEL O2 CO H2S NH3 COLOUR SAA, WIRELESS COLOUR
767867
ALTAIR® 5X CH4 OPTIMISED, O2, CO/NO2, NH3 WIRELESS COLOUR
ALTAIR® 5X Methane Optimised LEL Sensors for Mining & Gas Applications
10119665M
PART NO:
DESCRIPTION
767798W
PART NO:
ALTAIR® 5X Infrared CO2 Detector Combinations
DESCRIPTION
ALTAIR® 5X CH4 OPTIMISED, O2 CO H2S NO2 MINING COLOUR
767238
ALTAIR® 5X IR LEL O2 CO2
767714
ALTAIR® 5X IR, CO2, COLOUR DISPLAY.
767951
ALTAIR® 5X IR LEL,O2,CO,NO2,SO2,CO2 COLOUR
767922
ALTAIR® 5X IR CH4 OPTIMISED, CO/H2S, NO2, SO2, CO2 MONO SCREEN
767686
ALTAIR® 5X IR, CO2, ATEX
(European Certification for New Caledonian Sales Only)
ALTAIR® 5X Kits (Contains: Instrument, Regulator, Calibration Tubing, Calibration Gas
Cylinder, Operating Manual all in a foam lined carry case)
PART NO:
10119665MK
767713K
DESCRIPTION
ALTAIR® 5X CH4 OPTIMISED O2 CO H2S NO2 COLOUR - MINING KIT
ALTAIR® 5X CH4 OPTIMISED, O2, CO, H2S, CH4 (IR) 0-100% VOL COLOUR KIT
767474M
ALTAIR® 5X LEL, O2, CO, H2S, NH3 MINING COLOUR
10119672K
ALTAIR® 5X LEL O2 CO H2S CL2 COLOUR KIT
767474MCE
ALTAIR® 5X LEL, O2, CO, NO2, NH3 MINING COLOUR
10119668K
ALTAIR® 5X LEL O2 CO H2S COLOUR KIT
767896
ALTAIR® 5X, CH4 OPTIMISED, O2, CO, H2S MINING COLOUR
10119671K
ALTAIR® 5X LEL O2 CO H2S HCN COLOUR KIT
767894
ALTAIR® 5X CH4 OPTIMISED, O2, SO2, CO/H2S CHARCOAL MINING COLOUR
ALTAIR® 5X Monochrome Screen Units
PART NO:
DESCRIPTION
10119666
ALTAIR 5X LEL O2 CO H2S NO2 MONO
10119669
ALTAIR 5X LEL O2 CO H2S SO2 MONO
10119667
ALTAIR 5X LEL O2 CO H2S MONO
767376
ALTAIR 5X LEL O2 MONO
767245
ALTAIR 5X LEL O2 CO H2S HCN MONO
767248
ALTAIR 5X LEL O2 CO H2S NH3 MONO
767654
ALTAIR 5X NO2 0-20, SO2, MONO
767248K
ALTAIR 5X LEL O2 CO H2S NH3 MONO
ALTAIR® 5X Infrared Methane Detector Combinations
PART NO:
DESCRIPTION
767245K
10119667K
10122118K
10122118WK
ALTAIR® 5X LEL O2 CO H2S HCN MONO, KIT
ALTAIR® 5X LEL O2 CO H2S MONO KIT
ALTAIR® 5X LEL O2 CO H2S NH3 COLOUR KIT
ALTAIR® 5X LEL O2 CO H2S NH3 COLOUR WIRELESS, KIT
(Compatible with ALPHA SCOUT system only)
10119665K
ALTAIR® 5X LEL O2 CO H2S NO2 COLOUR KIT
10119666K
ALTAIR® 5X LEL O2 CO H2S NO2 MONO KIT
10119673K
ALTAIR® 5X LEL O2 CO H2S PH3 COLOUR KIT
10119670K
767896K
10119669K
ALTAIR® 5X LEL O2 CO H2S SO2 COLOUR KIT
ALTAIR® 5X, CH4 OPTIMISED, O2, CO, H2S MINING KIT
ALTAIR® 5X LEL O2 CO H2S SO2 MONO KIT
767448K
ALTAIR® 5X IR LEL, O2, CO, H2S, BUTANE 25% VOL, KIT
767584K
ALTAIR® 5X IR LEL, O2, CO, H2S, PROPANE 0-100% LEL KIT
767828K
ALTAIR® 5X LEL, O2, CO/NO2, SO2, COLOUR KIT
767951K
ALTAIR® 5X IR LEL,O2,CO,NO2,SO2,CO2 COLOUR KIT
767388
ALTAIR® 5X IR CHARCOAL LEL O2 CO H2S CL2 CH4 100% VOL COLOUR
767735K
ALTAIR® 5X IR PROPANE 0-100% VOL KIT (NO OTHER SENSORS)
767713
ALTAIR® 5X CH4 OPTIMISED, O2, CO, H2S, CH4 100% VOL COLOUR
767923K
ALTAIR® 5X, LEL, O2, NO, NO2 COLOUR SCREEN KIT
10119676
ALTAIR® 5X IR LEL O2 CO H2S NO2 CH4 100% VOL Mono
767343k
10119677
ALTAIR® 5X IR LEL O2 CO H2S NH3 CH4 100% VOL Mono
10119678K
767321
ALTAIR® 5X IR LEL O2 CO H2S CH4 100% VOL COLOUR
767359
ALTAIR® 5X IR CH4 100% VOL COLOUR
767321K
ALTAIR® 5X IR LEL O2 CO H2S CH4 100% VOL COLOUR
ALTAIR® 5X Infrared Butane Detector Combinations
PART NO:
DESCRIPTION
767448
ALTAIR® 5X IR LEL, O2, CO, H2S, BUTANE 25% VOL
767449
ALTAIR® 5X IR LEL, O2, CO, H2S, BUTANE 25% VOL
767352K
10119675K
ALTAIR® 5X IR CHARCOAL O2 SO2 CO2 COLOUR KIT
ALTAIR® 5X IR GLOW LEL O2 CO H2S CO2 COLOUR KIT
ALTAIR® 5X IR GLOW LEL O2 CO H2S NO2 CO2 COLOUR KIT
ALTAIR® 5X IR LEL O2 CO H2S CH4 MONO KIT
10119674K
ALTAIR® 5X IR LEL O2 CO H2S CO2 MONO KIT
10119677K
ALTAIR® 5X IR LEL O2 CO H2S NH3 CH4 MONO KIT
10119676K
ALTAIR® 5X IR LEL O2 CO H2S NO2 CH4 MONO KIT
*Contact MSA for other combinations available.
Mono and Colour refer to display screen type
*Selection may change without notification
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Instrumentation
ALTAIR 5X Multigas Detector Accessories
SPARE PARTS / REPLACEMENTS
CALIBRATION ACCESSORIES
SAMPLING ACCESSORIES
REPLACEMENT SENSORS
10114836
Battery Rechargeable Li-Polymer Altair 5X 5AA
10114838
Battery Pack Alkaline Altair 5X SAA Charcoal
10114851
Battery Altair 5X IR Charcoal
10114852
Battery Altair 5X IR Glow
10094830
Kit, belt clip replacement
10083591
Filter cover assembly
10114949
Maintenance kit
10114950
Maintenance kit, Cl2, ClO2, NH3
474555
Shoulder strap
10050976
Retractable line with belt clip
10099648
Holster, leather
10099397
Vehicle charger
10114853
Front housing with integrated filters
10127427
Multi-unit charger, Altair 5X Detector 4-unit
10034391
Regulator Demand Flow Universal
10045035
58L RP 60 ppm CO, 20 ppm H2S, 15% O2, 1.45% CH4
10103262
58L RP 60 ppm CO, 20 ppm H2S, 15% O2, 1.45% CH4, 2.5% CO2
10117738
58L RP 60 ppm CO, 20 ppm H2S, 15% O2, 1.45% CH4, 10 ppm SO2
10048280
34L Econo-Cal® Cylinder, 60 ppm CO, 20 ppm H2S,15% O2, 1.45% CH4
10048789
34L Econo-Cal Cylinder, 60 ppm CO, 15% O2, 1.45% CH4
10098855
34L Econo-Cal Cylinder, 60 ppm CO, 20 ppm H2S, 15% O2, 1.45% CH4, 10 ppm SO2
711068
10040665
34L Econo-Cal Cylinder, 10 ppm NO, air balance
10040664
Sampling line with quick-disconnect, 25-ft polyurethane
10049058
Sampling line with quick-disconnect, 10-ft teflon
10049057
Sampling line with quick-disconnect, 25-ft teflon
10040667
Sampling line with quick-disconnect, 3-ft polyurethane coiled
10105210
Sampling line with quick-disconnect for reactive gases, 5-ft polyurethane coiled
10105251
Sampling line with quick-disconnect for reactive gases, 5-ft polyurethane straight
10105839
Sampling line with quick-disconnect for reactive gases, 10-ft teflon straight
10042621
Probe, 1-ft
10042622
Probe, 3-ft
801582
Filter, water stop, pack of 10
10106722
Kit, XCell Ex Sensor, combustible
10106729
9 Kit, XCell O2 Sensor
10106725
Kit, XCell CO/H2S two-tox sensor
10106375
Kit, replacement, HCN
10106728
Kit, XCell Cl2 Sensor replacement
10080222
Kit, replacement, CIO2
10106727
Kit, XCell SO2 Sensor replacement
10080224
Kit, replacement, NO2
10106726
Kit, XCell NH3 Sensor replacement
10116638
Kit, replacement, PH3
10114750
Kit, replacement, NO
10105650
XCell Sensor plug
10088192
Sensor plug, oxygen and toxics (20 mm)
Sampling line with quick-disconnect, 10-ft polyurethane
Customer Service: Australia - 1300 728 672
New Zealand - 0800 441 335
ALTAIR 4X Multigas Detector Accessories
CALIBRATION ACCESSORIES
POWER SUPPLY
ACCESSORIES
SENSORS / SPARE PARTS
SAMPLING LINES
467895
10089321
10048280
10045035
10127425
10089487
10095774
10127143
10069894
10047594
10088099
10082834
10050333
10106722
10106729
10106725
10121213
10121217
10110030
10110029
10106621
10110061
10110062
10053795
10053794
10047370
10047349
Regulator 0.25 lpm Model RP
Calibration assembly (cap, tube, connector)
34L Quad gas mix (1.45% CH4, 15% O2, 60 ppm CO, 20 ppm H2S)
58L Quad gas mix (1.45% CH4, 15% O2, 60 ppm CO, 20 ppm H2S)
Galaxy GX2 Multi Unit Charger 4/4X
Charger Cradle + Power Supply Altair 4X
Vehicle charger
Spare Part, GX2/Charger/Altair, Power Cord Australia
Stainless steel suspender clip
Spare, Probe, Uni Pump, SAA
MSA Link™ Software CD-ROM
JetEye IR Adapter with USB connector
Hand aspirator assembly
Kit, XCell Ex combustible sensor
Kit, XCell O2 sensor
Kit, XCell CO/H2S two-tox sensor
Kit, XCell CO/H2S-LC two-tox sensor
Kit, XCell CO/NO2 two-tox sensor
Front housing with integrated dust filters (Charcoal)
Front housing with integrated dust filters (Phosphorescent)
Main board with battery pack
LCD frame assembly (frame, LCD, zebra strips, screws)
Sensors gasket, Phillips screws (4x), self-tapping (2x)
5 foot polyurethane
10 foot polyurethane
25 foot polyurethane
50 foot polyurethane
*Contact MSA for other available combinations.
Sirius® PID Multigas Detector
The Sirius® Multigas Detector unit with PID Sensor gives users all they are looking for in a reliable, easy-to-use, durable
package to detect volatile organic compounds, while measuring for combustible, toxic and oxygen deficient atmospheres.
Tremendous Flexibility - One PID and four gases in one instrument allows for detection of hundreds of chemicals.
Reliable PID Performance - MSA’s own proprietary PID sensor design (patent-pending) provides users with excellent
PID performance including humidity resistance, stable zero readings, and fast response and clear times to enable users to
get their jobs done dependably.
User-Friendly Software - Easy-to-use software allows users to focus on their tasks at hand!
Superior, Proprietary PID Sensor Design - Reduces maintenance time and cost.
Flexible Configurations - This design combines two instruments into one where the Sirius® unit can be used with or
without the PID sensor mode.
Loud, Attention-Grabbing Alarm - The Sirius® Multigas Detector provides outstanding alarms to clearly warn users of
a hazardous situation. A piercing alarm horn, resonating through a specially designed horn chamber, is designed into the
Sirius® unit to give users an audible warning in the event of an alarm condition. Multidirectional bright LED lights give users visible warning of
alarm conditions that can be easily seen from any direction the Sirius® unit is facing. A “Safe LED” light gives users confidence the unit is actively
detecting gas by flashing every 15 seconds.
Interchangeable Lithium-ion and Alkaline Battery Packs - Allows for quick battery turn to keep users continually charged and ready to
take action.
Easy Calibration and Compatibility with Galaxy Automated Test System - One-button calibration makes calibration simple for any
user. Intelligent software frees users from complicated calibration adjustments.
PART NO:
Description
PART NO: Description
765030
Sirius PID Multigas Detector (Data Logging) LEL O2 CO H2S PID LI/ALK (Internal Pump)
10049805
Hydrogen Sulphide Sensor
765029
Sirius PID Only (Standard) (Internal Pump)
10049692
PID Lamp 10.6 EV1004 9692
765028
Sirius PID Only (Data Logging) (Internal Pump)
10051717
Sensor Kit (LEL, O2, CO2, H2S)
10049808
LEL (COMB) Sensor
10049691
PID Lamp Cleaning Kit
10049806
Oxygen Sensor
10049768
ION Chamber
10049804
Carbon Monoxide Sensor
10082834
MSA Link Datalog Software and Reader
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Instrumentation
Portable Instruments - Calibration Accessories
GX2 Automated Test System
Galaxy GX2 Test System provides simple
and intelligent:
• Automated bump testing
• Automated calibration
• Automated data download option
• Gas detection fleet management
Suitable for the entire ALTAIR family of portable
gas detectors
PART NO: Description
10128670K Galaxy GX2 Altair® 4/4X Kit (test stand, cylinder holder and multi charger)
10128666K Galaxy GX2 Altair® 5/5X Kit (test stand, cylinder holder and multi charger)
10128672K Galaxy GX2 Altair® and Altair® Pro Kit (test stand, electronic cylinder holder)
10127425 Charger, Multi-unit, GX2, Altair® 4 and Altair® 4X
10127430 Charger, Multi-unit, GX2, Altair® 5 and Altair® 5X
10105756 Cylinder Holder Assy: GX2 (electronic), suits Altair® 4/4X and Altair® 5/5X
10128672 Test Stand Galaxy GX2, Altair®/Altair® Pro
10128670 Test Stand Galaxy GX2, Altair® 4/4X
10128666 Test Stand Galaxy GX2, Altair® 5/5X
Regulators
Model RP Regulators
• Fixed flow rate standard regulators with or without taps.
• Used with Model RP and R type cylinders.
0.25/1.5 LPM Flow Control Model RP
Customer Service: Australia - 1300 728 672
New Zealand - 0800 441 335
Gas Miser® Demand Regulator: The Intelligent Regulator
• Nickel-plated brass and polished aluminium.
• Gas flow from 0.1 lpm to 3.0 lpm.
• Designed for use with any MSA Model RP
Calibration Cylinder except chlorine and
ammonia*
• Automatic ON/OFF valve that releases gas only
on demand.
• Shuts off automatically.
• Can stay connected to the cylinder where it
remains in a ready state.
• Cost-efficient.
• Supplied with calibration tubing and
special fitting.
PART NO: Description
PART NO: Description
Gas Miser® Model RP
467895 Gas Miser® Model RP .25 lpm¥
459949 Gas Miser® Model 7HP 0.25 lpm
478358 Gas Miser® Model RP Cylinder 1.5 lmp
PART NO: Description
459948 Gas Miser® Model 7HP 1.5 lpm
PART NO: Description
10034391 Gas Miser® Model RP, Chlorine and Ammonia
710289 Gas Miser® Model BD-20, with CGA 590 fitting
477149
Gas Miser® Check Kit, Model RP, with 0.25 lpm
regulator - does not include calibration gas
* A Gas Miser® Regulator for chlorine and ammonia is available for Model RP cylinders - P/N 10034391.
¥
Can be used with chlorine and ammonia; replaces P/N 809945.
Gas Miser® Model BD-20
Portable Instruments
Calibration Gas
MSA offers a complete line of calibration gas cylinders to calibrate all instruments. The gas
mixture in calibration gas cylinders is certified and prepared gravimetrically, using NIST
traceable weights. The lot number and nominal value of the gas constituents in volume,
percent by mass, PPM, or volume is specified on the cylinder.
# Gases Gas Mix
1 8% Butane in N2 (6L)
NEW
Part No.
Econocal (34L)
Part No.
Econocal (58L)
Part No.
Econocal (116L)
*10075802
-
-
25% vol Butane IR
Recommended Cal Gas for:
1 50% vol Methane in N2
-
10075804
-
100% vol Methane IR
1
-
*10028034
-
LEL Propane IR sensor
0.6% vol Propane (100L)
*10029475
-
-
1
1 50% vol Propane N2
10 ppm NO2 in Air
711068
808977
10150599
NO2 sensor
100% vol Propane IR
1
10 ppm SO2 in Air
711070
808978
10150600
SO2 sensor
1
25 ppm NH3 in N2
711078
814866
10150611
NH3 sensor
1
10 ppm CI2 in N2
711066
806740
10150612
CI2 sensor
1
2 ppm CI2 in N2
*711082
-
-
1
10 ppm HCN in N2
711072
809351
10150614
HCN sensor
1
0.5 ppm PH3 in N2
711088
710533
10150615
PH3 sensor
CIO2
3
1.45% CH4, 15.0% O2, 20 ppm H2S
*10048790
*10048788
-
-
3
2.50% CH4, 15.0% O2, 20 ppm H2S
10048888
10048889
-
-
3
1.45% CH4, 15.0% O2, 60 ppm CO
10048789
478191
-
-
3
2.50% CH4, 15.0% O2, 60 ppm CO
*10049056
-
-
-
4 1.45% CH4, 15.0% O2, 60 ppm CO, 10 ppm NO2
10058036
10058034
10150597
-
4
1.45% CH4, 15.0% O2, 60 ppm CO, 20 ppm H2S
10048280
10045035
10150595
Standard Quad Gas
4
2.50% CH4, 15.0% O2, 60 ppm CO, 20 ppm H2S
10048981
10048890
10150596
-
4
2.50% CH4, 15.0% O2, 60 ppm CO, 10 ppm NO2
10058036
10058171
10150598
-
5
1.45% CH4, 15.0% O2, 60 ppm CO, 20 ppm H2S, 2.5% CO2
-
10103262
10150606
Standard Quad Gas + 5% or 10% CO2 IR
5
1.45% CH4, 15.0% O2, 60 ppm CO, 20 ppm H2S, 10 ppm SO2
10098855
10117738
10150622
SO2 sensor
Calibration Gases are now RFID enabled to suit Galaxy GX2.
*Not RFID enabled.
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Instrumentation
Fixed Gas and Flame Detection (FGFD)
Prima Series
Prima X-P Gas Monitor
Explosion-proof detection of
combustibles, toxic gases, or oxygen
The PrimaX Gas Monitor offers proven
quality and reliability and offers innovative
enclosure design, ease of use, fast
installation, and suitability for both indoor
and outdoor installations make the PrimaX
Gas Monitor your choice for versatile
gas detection.
Features
• Standard 4-20mA output with optional relays or HART
• 4–20mA output signal and SIL 2 certification
• Easy menu navigation using integrated 4-way keypad
• Large, easy-to-read LCD display
• 3 LED status indicators
Prima X-I Gas Monitor
Intrinsically-safe detection of toxic
gases or oxygen
The transmitter detects toxic gases and
oxygen and is housed in an antistatic,
reinforced nylon enclosure. It also has a
large, easy-to-read LCD screen and attaches
to an integral mounting plate for easy
installation, while the built-in keypad makes
for quick, simple calibration. To transmit data,
the unit uses a 4-20 mA output signal and
can also be configured to use HART
digital communication.
Features
• Supply voltage - 10 to 28 VDC (24 VDC nominal)
• Optional HART digital communication provides
configuration, calibration, and diagnostics
• Large LCD display and status LED,s provide all
information for quick and easy sensor status
identification
• Quick site installation using a mounting plate accessory.
• A wide range of accessories is offered to suit various
industrial applications, including flow cap, duct-mount
kit, and pipe-mount kit
• Sensor disconnect-under-power without declassifying
hazardous area
Prima XIR Gas Monitor
Designed for Reliable Performance in
Extreme Conditions
Every feature of the SIL 2-certified PrimaX IR
Gas Transmitter is designed with reliability
in mind to withstand the most challenging
environmental conditions throughout the
product’s life. MSA’s PrimaX IR Gas Transmitter
offers LEL (Lower Explosive Limit) combustible
gas detection through a patented PrimaX Gas
Transmitter IR dual source design. A redundant
IR source provides reliability and uninterrupted
monitoring should a source failure occur.
Furthermore, the possibility of obstructions due
to rain, fog, dirt, dust, and other environmental
conditions is minimized due to dual source
design. In addition, optics is optimized for
maximum signal, resulting in a product of
extraordinary stability.
Customer Service: Australia - 1300 728 672
Features
• Patented dual source design provides redundancy and
reliable, uninterrupted performance
• Environmental guard sensor housing for fast, efficient
response time
• Heated optics prevent condensation build up
• 4–20 mA analogue output
• User-friendly setup, calibration diagnostics, and
maintenance via HART digital communication
• One-person calibration is easily performed using
calibration cap
• Easy connection using aluminium or stainless steel
junction box
• SIL 2 certification provides safety system integration capability
• 316 stainless steel, IP 67-rated, rugged housing protects
unit from environmental extremes
• Factory-calibrated for fast commissioning
• Heater option enables operation to –50 °C
New Zealand - 0800 441 335
Ultima® X Series Gas Monitors
Continuous monitoring of many hazardous gases, the Ultima X Series Gas Monitors offer excellent performance and MSA quality craftsmanship.
DuraSource™ Technology offers extended sensor life, while HART provides convenient setup, calibration and diagnostics. HART also allows for
existing component install and wiring to be used. A single circuit board increases reliability, while our patented sensor disconnect-under power
feature allows all sensors to be replaced in hazardous areas without area declassification. The units are crafted from stainless steel, and the
interchangeable smart sensors eliminate the need for reconfiguration. Our scrolling LCD screen display sensor reading and gas type, while the
calibration process includes date stamping and the ability to calibrate locally or remotely.
Ultima® XE
For continuous monitoring of oxygen, toxics, and combustible gases
HART Field Communications Protocol provides increased sensor data, part of costeffective asset management. HART also provides convenient setup, calibration
and diagnostics. Calibrate, set up or perform diagnostics with HART from any
point along the 4-20mA line. HART also allows for existing component install and
wiring to be used, reducing installation costs.
The Ultima XE Gas Monitor offers:
• Explosion-proof 316 stainless steel.
• Multiple-entry mounting enclosure.
• Type 4X, IP66
Ultima® XIR Monitor
Infrared technology for combustible or carbon dioxide gas detection.
The Ultima XIR Gas Monitor is a microprocessor-based, infrared point gas
detector for continuous monitoring of
combustible gases and vapors. Designed around a rugged, 316 stainless steel
enclosure, the Ultima XIR Monitor has multiple entries for maximum flexibility.
Ultima XIR Monitor operation is based upon dual wavelength, heated-optics
technology, providing definitive compensation for temperature, humidity,
and aging effects. IR technology offers excellent long-term stability, eliminates
the need for frequent calibrations, and reduces overall cost of ownership.
The Ultima XIR Gas Monitor offers:
• DuraSource Technology for improved IR sensor life.
• 316 stainless steel.
• Multiple-entry mounting enclosure.
• Fast response time.
• Operation based on dual-wavelength, heated-optics technology, providing
definitive compensation for temperature, humidity, and aging effects.
• IR technology for excellent long-term stability, eliminating the need for
frequent calibrations.
• Sintered disk-free design for optimum performance in harsh environments.
• No-gas calibration; only zero adjustment is required for full calibration.
• Type 4X, IP66 rating.
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Instrumentation
Gas Monitors
TRIGARD
Toxgard II
TRIGARD® Monitoring System for Oxygen, Toxics and
Combustible Gases
For monitoring toxic gases, combustible gases, or oxygen
deficiency.
The MSA TRIGARD Monitoring System is designed for monitoring toxic
gases; combustible gases; and oxygen deficiency or enrichment. It is an
affordable monitoring solution for a variety of applications, including
water and wastewater plants, lab space, boiler rooms, commercial and
general industry. Stand-alone gas monitor for up to three MSA sensors
Toxgard II Monitors can be used in any application where threat
of combustible gas build up, presence of toxic gases, or oxygen
deficiency may exist. Toxgard II Monitors are suitable for indoor and
outdoor applications in virtually any industry including refineries,
chemical and petrochemical facilities, steel mills, water and waste
water, mining, and general industry.
Features
Features
• Adjustable range
• Multiple sensor mounting options
• AC- or DC-powered
• On-board relays
• NEMA 4X design; indoor use only
• Piezo horn with horn silence button
• Long-life, MSA-designed sensors
• Simple push-button calibration
• Available as single-point or 3-point unit
• Optional battery backup
• LCD display with highly visible LED indicators
• Large, 4-digit LED display
• 3 alarm levels
• Large LED alarm indicators
• Internal relay contacts for FAULT,
• CAUTION, WARNING, and ALARM
• Fail-safe fault relay output
• Diagnostics display
• Audible alarm
• 4 to 20 mA output
Chemgard® Series Infrared Gas Monitors
The MultiGard Multipoint Gas Sampling System
Top-performance, cost-effective, photo acoustic infrared gas monitors
The Chemgard Photo acoustic Infrared Gas Monitor series using
photo acoustic infrared (IR) sensing technology provides precise, lowcost, high-performance
monitoring for a variety of gases such as hydrocarbons, solvents,
alcohols, CO2, CO, and toxics. The Chemgard Gas Monitor is extremely
stable and highly selective
to the gas of interest. The Chemgard Monitor can operate for months
with virtually no zero drift. The instrument has detectability as low as
0.01 ppm for certain applications.
Features
• Photo acoustic infrared technology
• Easy to install, operate, and maintain
• Operates over a wide temperature range
• Can be installed in numerous environments and configurations
• Easy-to-read display showing gas concentration(s) and alarms
• 3 alarm levels with relay output
Customer Service: Australia - 1300 728 672
Simple, reliable gas sampling system uses a common set of
analysers for up to 32 locations. Efficient, cost-effective, and
easy to maintain.
Gas samples are drawn from remote locations and delivered to
customer selectable internal analysers. The economical, efficient
MultiGard Gas Sampling System uses auto-standardization and
flexible sample point order to analyze gas from up to 32 locations.
Maintenance and calibration are made easy because all the work is
performed at a single location, while also ensuring personnel don’t
have to enter the monitored area. The unit directly connects to
Allen-Bradley’s (AB) Ethernet or Data Highway Plus™ networks, which
allows communication to other equipment or controllers. The system
also has an “internet-connect” option, which allows secure viewing at
one’s personal computer. The screen provides easy-access scroll-down
menus and visual indicators of sensor condition.
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Chillgard® Refrigerant Monitors (HVAC+R)
Chillgard® RT Refrigerant Monitor
Chillgard® M-100
Capable of detecting refrigerant gas down to 1ppm, the Chillgard
RT Refrigerant Monitor is purpose-built to monitor up to eight
remote areas, and is completely configurable to detect either a
specific refrigerant or group of refrigerant gases. The Chillgard RT
Monitor is easy to install and operate. Four (4) front-panel keys
configure the entire system. The front panel displays all alarm and
trouble messages. If a trouble condition occurs, the message is
clearly shown on the display and it indicates the type of trouble. The
display also indicates the monitored location and the corresponding
gas concentration.
Features
• Very stable and highly selective photo acoustic infrared (PIR)
technology
• Precise detection of dozens of refrigerants, including any 400- or
500-series refrigerant
• Easy-view vacuum florescent display
• Standard features include audio alarm, three alarm levels, four relays
and 4-20mA & 0-10V outputs
• Reliable operation over a wide temperature range
Photo acoustic Infrared Refrigerant Sensor
MSA’s CHILLGARD M-100 Refrigerant Sensor is designed to detect
the presence of the most common halogenated refrigerants in
cold storage facilities, mechanical equipment rooms and other
refrigerant applications. This compact sensor can be mounted
almost anywhere to detect potential leaks of halogenated
refrigerants. Easy installation ensures fast and practical
integration into existing automated systems.
Features
• Low-level detection – down to as low as 20 ppm
• Versatility – capable of operating within a wide temperature
and humidity range
• Low maintenance – no moving parts
• Easy installation – simply secure back plate to wall
• Proven photo acoustic infrared refrigerant sensor
Chillgard® NH3 (Ammonia)
World-class design for ammonia detection
MSA’s Chillgard NH3 Gas Monitor uses reliable electrochemical sensing
technology to detect partsper-million (ppm) levels of ammonia. World-class
design and engineering offer single-board design for ultimate reliability and
serviceability in an economical package.
Features
• Internal heater option – for operation down to -40°C
• Fast response - electrochemical sensor located directly under calibration cap
provides fast ammonia leak response
• Water- and corrosion-resistant NEMA 4X enclosure
• Interchangeable Smart Sensors – pre-calibrated sensor modules are ready
for out-of-box installation. Sensors can be field-replaced without tools.
• On board LEDs and relays
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Instrumentation
Flame Detection
FlameGard® 5 MSIR Flame Detector
Four IR sensors plus Neural Network
Technology equal superior false alarm
rejection
MSA’s FlameGard 5 Multi-Spectral Infrared
(MSIR) Flame Detector with four IR sensors
and neural network technology sets a new
industry standard for performance, reliability
and value. This is the industry’s first MSIR/
NNT flame detector designed to operate at a
longer range with a wider field of view and
at a higher level of accuracy for superior false
alarm immunity.
Combining a precision multi-spectral IR
sensing array with highly intelligent neural
network processors, the FlameGard 5 MSIR
Detector reliably discriminates between
actual flames and nuisance false alarm
sources (such as arc welding or hot objects).
FlameGard® 5 UV/IR
FlameGard® 5 UV/IR-H2
Ultraviolet and infrared hydrogen
flame detection
provides high immunity to false alarms
Ultraviolet and infrared flame detection provides high immunity to false alarms
The FlameGard 5 UV/IR Flame Detector is designed to detect fires and provide alarm
outputs directly from the detector while maintaining false alarm immunity. The FlameGard
5 UV/IR Flame Detector detects fires by monitoring in both the ultraviolet and infrared
(UV & IR) spectral ranges, making it highly immune to false alarms caused by lightning, arc
welding, hot objects and other sources of radiation. Other features of the FlameGard 5 UV/
IR Detector include three alarm/fault relays, and an RS-485 serial output with Modbus RTU
protocol for linking up to 128 detectors in series or 247 with repeaters. The RS-485 and HART
outputs provide status, alarm, fault and other information for operation, troubleshooting or
programming of the units.
Customer Service: Australia - 1300 728 672
The MSA FlameGard 5 UV/IR-H2 Flame
Detector is an ultraviolet/infrared flame
detector designed to detect unwanted
hydrogen fires. The FlameGard 5 UV/IR-H2
Detector detects fires by monitoring in both
the ultraviolet and infrared (UV & IR) spectral
ranges, making it highly immune to false
alarms caused by lightning, arc welding, hot
objects and other sources of radiation.
New Zealand - 0800 441 335
GASSONIC OBSERVER-I Ultrasonic Gas Leak Detector
NEW
The GASSONIC OBSERVER-i is the world’s first ultrasonic gas leak
detector equipped with Artificial Neural Network (ANN) real-time
broadband acoustic sound processing technology.
This technology is based on extensive studies and real recording of
gas leak sounds and industrial background noise from a wide array
of industry sources over the years. The ANN algorithm has been
“trained” with these recordings to automatically distinguish between
unwanted acoustic background noise and dangerous gas leaks. With
ANN technology, the GASSONIC OBSERVER-i makes it possible to
fully analyse the sound spectrum as low as 12 kHz since common
high pass filters are not used. This provides a broader leak detection
range which also increases sensitivity to smaller gas leaks, without
interference from unwanted background noise.
Ultima® OPIR Open Path Gas Detector
Ultima® MOS-5 H2S Gas Sensor
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Ultima OPIR-5 Open Path Detector for Hydrocarbon
Gas Detection
The Ultima OPIR-5 Detector is an open path IR gas detector that
provides continuous monitoring of combustible hydrocarbon gas
concentrations. The system consists of an IR source and receiver
which continuously monitor for methane in both the 0 to 5000
ppm•meter and 0 to 5 LEL•meter range. A 0 to 2000 ppm•meter
and 0 to 1 LEL•meter range is also available for monitoring propane.
The Ultima OPIR-5 Detector provides two 4 to 20 mA analog signals
proportional to each of the above ranges, in addition to a digital
display and relay contacts.
Intelligent Sensor for H2S Gas Detection
The Ultima MOS-5 Intelligent Sensor is a microprocessor-based
transmitter designed for use with MSA’s Metal Oxide Semiconductor
(MOS) sensor. This unit features one person calibration and can
virtually self-calibrate through activation of a magnetic switch and
the application of gas. It is designed to detect hydrogen sulphide in
parts per million (ppm) levels and provide status indication and alarm
outputs. The Ultima MOS-5 Intelligent Sensor includes a three (3)
digit LED display. This local digital display continuously indicates gas
concentrations during normal operation and in the calibration check
mode, calibration prompts during calibration mode, display codes
during the setup mode and eight fault codes.
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Instrumentation
Car Park Monitors
Reliable Microprocessor-Based Controllers for Commercial Applications
MSA Z-Gard Controllers are a line of microprocessor-based monitoring systems designed to solve a variety of alarm and control applications.
Z-Gard Controllers interface with MSA Z-Gard Sensors, providing real-time target gas readings. All Z-Gard Controllers provide easy installation and
configuration, audible and visual feedback, and seamless integration with commercial and building automation systems.
ZGard® S Sensor
ZGard® Combo Gas Monitor
The Z Gard S Sensor is designed to detect the presence of carbon
monoxide and nitrogen dioxide gases in air. These sensors employ
solid state or electrochemical sensors which generate a representative
output signal proportional to the calibrated operating range. All Z
Gard S Sensors are available with 2 output versions, a 4-20mA analog
output, or an addressable RS-485 digital signal. The Z Gard S Sensor
with RS-485 digital output is specifically designed to operate with
any Z Gard C 485 Controller, operating as a system. The Z Gard S
Sensor with 4-20mA can be installed as a stand-alone sensor typically
integrated with the Z Gard C Controller, or common commercial
equipment including PLC, DCS, or building automation systems.
Reliable Standalone Carbon Monoxide Gas Monitor for
Commercial Applications
The MSA Z-Gard COmbo Gas Monitor features an integrated carbon
monoxide sensor, and is ideal for use in small garage monitoring
and ventilation control applications. Generally wall-mounted in the
area where the target gas is to be measured, the Z-Gard Combo Gas
Monitor can also act as a controller, managing up to seven additional
remote Z-Gard Gas Sensors via RS-485 serial data bus connections.
ZGard® DS Sensor
Reliable Gas Sensors for Commercial Applications
The Z-Gard S Sensor is designed to detect the presence of carbon
monoxide, nitrogen dioxide and combustible gases in air. The Z-Gard
DS Sensor is designed to detect the presence of carbon monoxide
and nitrogen dioxide gases in parking garages, vehicle storage areas
or wherever else these two toxic gases could be found. The DS offers
the benefit of two points of detection in one enclosure. Z-Gard
sensors employ solid state, electrochemical or catalytic sensors
which generate an output signal proportional to the calibrated
operating range. All Z Gard S and DS Sensors are available with a
4-20 mA analogue output, an addressable RS-485 digital signal.
Z-Gard Sensors with RS-485 digital output are specifically designed to
operate as a system with any Z-Gard C 485 or Z-Gard CXII Controller.
Z-Gard Sensors with 4-20 mA can be installed as stand-alone
sensors typically integrated with the Z-Gard C Controller, or
common commercial equipment including PLC, DCS, or building
automation systems.
Customer Service: Australia - 1300 728 672
New Zealand - 0800 441 335
Gas Detection Controllers
Model 9010/9020
Flexible Options for Reliable System Control
9010/9020 Controllers offer maximum flexibility to work in conjunction with remote sensors to provide reliable gas detection for many
industries and applications. Advanced design using SMD components throughout plus innovative features put the 9010/9020 LCD
Control Units steps ahead of any conventional gas warning system. The 9010 LCD Controller operates with 1 independent sensor (singlechannel) while the 9020 LCD Controller operates with 2 independent sensors (dual-channel) per control module, offering considerable
cost savings while maintaining high reliability and performance. Modular design combined with dual-channel capability allows for
many configurations to meet most applications. Each control module comes with an independent AC/DC power supply transformer for
increased system reliability.
Note: This is a custom product. Please consult your local sales manager or contact Customer Service for configuration details.
Gasgard XL (1-8 Point Controller)
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Multi-channel, wall-mounted economical controller for all of your gas monitoring needs.
The GasGard XL Controller from MSA is a versatile and easy to use controller for monitoring toxic and combustible gases, and oxygen
deficiency. This controller provides protection from potentially hazardous conditions in a variety of industrial, chemical, municipal, and
waste water applications. The GasGard XL Controller offers reliability in a compact, durable, wall-mounted housing constructed of fireretardant ABS plastic. The large and clear multi-language LCD display provides real-time target gas readings and events, offers full system
diagnosis, and is supported by individual LEDs per channel with common relays and internal buzzer.
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Instrumentation
FGFD Calibration Gas
PART NUMBER
Chemical Name
Concentration
Description
10044014*
NH3
300 ppm
10028076*
NH3
25 ppm
Ammonia in Nitrogen
479265
CO2
2.50%
Carbon Dioxide in Air
479266
CO2
2000 ppm
Carbon Dioxide in Air
Ammonia in Nitrogen
806735
CO2
100 ppm
Carbon Dioxide in Nitrogen
807386
CO2
1.50%
Carbon Dioxide in Nitrogen
807387
CO2
15%
Carbon Dioxide in Nitrogen
801041
CO2, CH4
1300 ppm, 2.5%
Carbon Dioxide, Methane in Nitrogen
801042
CO2, CH4
2000 ppm, 2.5%
Carbon Dioxide, Methane in Nitrogen
801043
CO2, CH4
3300 ppm, 2.5%
Carbon Dioxide, Methane in Nitrogen
801044
CO2, CH4
6600 ppm, 2.5%
Carbon Dioxide, Methane in Nitrogen
801045
CO2, CH4
1.3%, 2.5%
Carbon Dioxide, Methane in Nitrogen
801046
CO2, CH4
3.3%, 2.5%
Carbon Dioxide, Methane in Nitrogen
801047
CO2, CH4
6.6%, 2.5%
Carbon Dioxide, Methane in Nitrogen
801048
CO2, CH4
33.3%, 2.5%
Carbon Dioxide, Methane in Nitrogen
10028050
CO
50 ppm
Carbon Monoxide in Air
710882
CO
60 ppm
Carbon Monoxide in Air
10028052
CO
100 ppm
Carbon Monoxide in Air
10028054
CO
200 ppm
Carbon Monoxide in Air
10027938
CO
300 ppm
Carbon Monoxide in Air
10028048
CO
400 ppm
Carbon Monoxide in Air
10028056
CO, CH4
60 ppm CO, 2.5% CH4
Carbon Monoxide, Methane, 15%, O2 in Nitrogen
10010162
CO, CH4, O2
300 ppm CO, 1.45% CH4, 15% O2
Carbon Monoxide, Methane, Oxygen in Nitrogen
804770*
CO, CH4, O2, H2S
300 ppm, 1.45%, 15%, 10 ppm
Carbon Monoxide, Methane, Oxygen, H2S in N2
710331*
CL2
2 ppm
Chlorine in Nitrogen (used for CIO2 Cal too)
10028066*+
CL2
10 ppm
Chlorine in Nitrogen
10028046
H2
0.80%
Hydrogen in Air
10022386
H2
500 ppm
Hydrogen in Nitrogen
10028078*
HCL
40 ppm
Hydrogen Chloride in Nitrogen
10053747*
HCL
10 ppm
Hydrogen Chloride in Nitrogen
10028072*
HCN
10 ppm
Hydrogen in Cyanide in Nitrogen
710414*
H2S
5 ppm
Hydrogen Sulfide in Nitrogen
10028060*+
H2S
10 ppm
Hydrogen Sulfide in Nitrogen
10028064*
H2S
15 ppm
Hydrogen Sulfide in Nitrogen
10028062~
H2S
40 ppm
Hydrogen Sulfide in Nitrogen
10089547
H2S
250 ppm
Hydrogen Sulfide in Nitrogen
10028038*+
Isobutylene
100 ppm
Isobutylene in Air
10028032~
CH4
2.50%
Methane in Air
491041^
CH4
2.50%
Methane in Air
Methane in Nitrogen
801049
CH4
6.60%
10028022
CH4, O2
1.45%, 15%
10028020
CH4, O2, CO
1.45%, 15%, 60 ppm
10028074*
NO
50 ppm
Customer Service: Australia - 1300 728 672
Methane, Oxygen in Nitrogen
Methane, Oxygen, Carbon Monoxide in Nitrogen
Nittic Oxide in Nitrogen
New Zealand - 0800 441 335
PART NUMBER
*
~
+
@
#
>
Chemical Name
Concentration
Description
481317#
N2
99.90%
Nitrogen (O2 Zero)
710332*
NO2
5 ppm
Nitrogen Dioxide in Air
10028068*
NO2
10 ppm
Nitrogen Dioxide in Air
493580
O2
5%
10028028
Oxygen in Nitrogen
O2
20.80% in Nitrogen
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Pentane
0.75%
10014894
Pentane
1000 ppm
710533*
Phosphine
0.5 ppm
711054
C3H8
0.10%
Propane in Air
10028034
C3H8
0.60%
Propane in Air (Ultima Span)
10028044
Oxygen in Nitrogen, Zero Air except for 3600
Pentane in Air, Substitute for Ammonia
Pentane in Air
Phosphine in Nitrogen
C3H8, O2, CO
0.6%, 15%, 60 ppm
806905
R-11
10 ppm
Propane Oxygen, Carbon Monoxide in Nitrogen
R-11 in Air
803499
R-11
100 ppm
R-11 in Nitrogen
812785
R-11
30 ppm
R-11 in Nitrogen
710880>
R-11
990 ppm
R-11 in Air
804866
R-12
100 ppm
R-12 in N2
812823
R-12
30 ppm
R-12 in Nitrogen
710878>
R-12
990 ppm
R-12 in Air
813368
R-113
30 ppm
R-113 in Nitrogen
804870
R-113
100 ppm
R-113 in N2
813369
R-114
30 ppm
R-114 in Nitrogen
806904
R-123
10 ppm
R-123 in Nitrogen
812784
R-123
30 ppm
R-123 in Nitrogen
711474
R-123
50 ppm
R-123 in Nitrogen
803498
R-123
100 ppm
R-123 in N2
806907
R-134A
10 ppm
R-134A in N2
803500
R-134A
100 pppm
R-134A in N2
812787
R-134A
30 ppm
R-134A in Nitrogen
710874>
R-134A
990 ppm
R-134A in Air5
813370
R-500
30 ppm
R-500 in Nitrogen
30 ppm
R-502 in Nitrogen
813371
R-502
10014897*
Silane
5 ppm
Silane in Nitrogen
10028070*
SO2
10 ppm
Sulfur Dioxide in Air
10028042
Zero Air
20.8% Oxygen in Nitrogen
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Zero Air
NOTE: All cylinders contain 98 litres at 1000 psi except those indicated by *. They have 58 litres. 98 litres gives approximately 20 calibrations per cylinder.
34 litre cylinder
Not to be used for Ultima Sensors
Used only for Chillgard RT, substitute for ammonia.
Used as zero air for O2 Ultima sensors and all infrared instruments.
Used for Z-Gard only.
Accessories
PART NUMBER
Description
467896 1.5L/Min Calibration Regulator
10034391 Demand flow regulator
711112 Calibration tubing
767897 Dual cylinder carry case
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Instrumentation
MINE LIGHTING EQUIPMENT
Luminator
NEW
The Luminator Cap Lamp features a high-performing, homogeneous LED
light with extended walking light for increased safety and a Lithium Iron
Oxide battery with more than 36-hours run time. The 6,000 cd working light
has the best colour rendering index in the market. It emits no distracting
halo rings and offers a consistent and superior light output – all with an
unprecedented 2-year warranty.
‘Simple, Rugged, Reliable’
• 36 Hour run time.
• 6,000 cd working light.
• Dust and water tight (IP68).
• Withstands multiple 3m drops onto concrete with no loss of performance.
• Cable management system to reduce cable tangles - Easy adjustment of
cable length from 1 to 1.6m.
• Centre offset cable to light connection to protect cable from impact damage.
PART NO: Description
10150602 Luminator, Cap Lamp, Heavy Duty
10156803 Luminator, Single unit charger, Australian Plug
76400 Charging Pack, Single
76401 Charging Pack, 10 Unit
76402 Charging Pack, 51 Unit
76403 Charging Pack, 102 Unit
Customer Service: Australia - 1300 728 672
New Zealand - 0800 441 335
MSA - The Safety Company
Our business is safety and we have been one of the world’s leading
manufacturers of high-quality safety products for 100 years. On the outside they
look simple to use and maintain for the user, but are highly sophisticated devices
and protective gear that is the result of countless R&D hours, relentless testing,
and an unwavering commitment to quality. Our belief is that users should feel
safe, secure and protected even in the most hazardous conditions knowing
that MSA has exhaustively researched the application, integrating multiple
combinations of electronics, mechanical systems, and advanced materials to
ensure that users around the world remain protected.
As MSA Australia’s policy is one of continuous product improvement,
changes to specifications and prices can be made without notification.
For up to date product information refer to: www.msasafety.com
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under no circumstances shall the products be used by untrained or unqualified individuals and not until the product instructions
including any warning or cautions provided have been thoroughly read and understood. Only they contain the complete and
detail information concerning proper use and care of these products.
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MSA New Zealand
Head Office
Customer Service: 0800 441 335
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E-mail:
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Phone:
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Customer Service: 1300 728 672
Fax:
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