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    Gas detection training system

    April 1, 2012

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    The GasTrainer System provides hands-on experience with a four-gas detector without the dangers of an actual hazard. Designed to simulate readings from the four most common sensors – oxygen, hydrogen sulfide or carbon monoxide and LEL – the GasTrainer System can be used in work areas where hazardous materials dangers may exist, such as chemical storage facilities or near HVAC equipment.

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