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    Portable single-gas monitor

    February 1, 2013

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    The Draeger X-am 5100 portable single-gas monitor was specifically developed for the detection of hydrogen fluoride/hydrogen chloride, hydrogen peroxide or hydrazine reactive gases. The special design of the monitor prevents reactive gases from depositing on the housing (gas adsorption) and ensures direct gas entry to the sensor, fast sensor response times and precise measurement results.

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