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    Gas-detection station

    June 1, 2013

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    The X-dock is a device that provides automatic bump tests, calibration, reduced-test gas consumption, short testing times and comprehensive documentation for portable gas detection instruments. It is operated via touch screen at a master station. Up to three test cycles can be configured freely on multiple instruments. The station operates independently and can be configured without a PC.

    Draeger

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