Gas Monitors

Gas Monitors and Cable Location, Calibration and Confined Space Equipment

When monitoring the atmosphere in a confined space, users must consider several important issues that need to be reviewed, and managed. One of the major issues is the air quality and what you are breathing, both prior to entry and during any work being undertaken in a confined space.

Drager, Crowcon, MSA, BW Honeywell and GMI Gas Monitors

At CAL Services we offer a full range of Gas Monitors & Detection Equipment from industry renowned manufactures such as Drager, Crowcon, MSA, BW Honeywell & GMI

These include top selling models such as Crowcon Tetra 3 & 4, Drager XAM2500, BW Honeywell Microclip XL and the MSA Altair 4x

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Whether it is to Purchase or Hire your Gas Detector CAL Services can offer everything you require in just one place - call 01934 424467 or send a message via the Contact Form.




Gas Detection Safety Equipment

You need to know what the oxygen content of the atmosphere is and whether there are explosive or toxic gases that could threaten the safety of the environment or, perhaps more importantly, your life. When properly used, and maintained, gas detection monitors will protect both.

Before an employee enters the space, the internal atmosphere shall be tested, with a calibrated direct-reading instrument, for oxygen content, for flammable gases and vapours, and for potential toxic air contaminants, in that order. Any employee who enters the space, or that employee's authorized representative, shall be provided an opportunity to observe the pre-entry testing required by this paragraph.

  1. Oxygen content,
  2. Flammable gases and vapours
  3. Potential toxic air contaminants.

There may be no hazardous atmosphere within the space whenever any employee is inside the space.

Confined Spaces Safety Equipment

When choosing a monitor to test and continuously monitor a confined space, you should take into consideration several attributes of the monitor and be sure to accessorize accordingly. You will need a multi-gas monitor that is capable of monitoring for all of the OSHA-required hazards: oxygen, flammable gases, and potential toxic air contaminants that may be present as a result of the processes that take place in or around the confined space.