The RPB GX4 Gas Monitor detects up to four gases simultaneously, including carbon monoxide, oxygen and hydrogen sulfide. Air quality is displayed in real time with the on-unit display and through smart device and cloud integration capabilities.
The newly expanded RAPIDOX series of gas analyzers still feature an extremely wide measurement range for oxygen but have been redesigned to be lighter and allow analysis as a dual channel for other specialized gases – including carbon monoxide or nitrous oxide in large percentage volumes.
The American Conference of Governmental Industrial Hygienists has set new recommendations around lower hydrogen sulfide (H2S) monitoring, and I have heard that OSHA may consider doing the same. How will these changes impact my gas monitoring program and safety audit?