The Dräger Pac® 6000 disposable personal gas detector measures CO, H2S, SO2 or O2 reliably and precisely, even in the toughest conditions. The robust design, quick sensor response times, and a powerful battery ensure maximum safety for up to two years with virtually no maintenance required.
The robust Dräger Pac® 6500 is your reliable companion under tough conditions. The personal single-gas detection device measures CO, H2S, SO2 or O2 quickly and precisely. Quick sensor response times and a replaceable battery also ensure safety.
With the robust Dräger Pac® 8000, you'll be well equipped for tough conditions: this non-disposable, personal single-gas detection device is a reliable and precise instrument, which detects hazardous concentrations of twenty nine different gases, including special gases like NO2, O3 or COCl2.
The Dräger Pac® 8500 single-gas detection device is a reliable and precise instrument even under the toughest of conditions. The detector can be equipped with a hydrogen-compensated CO sensor or a Dräger dual sensor. The dual sensors provide the option of measuring two gases at once: either H2S with CO or O2 with CO.
Dräger’s X-am® 2500 accurately detects O2, CO, NO2, SO2 and H2S and is the only 1-4 gas monitor you need in industrial and refinery applications. The X-am® 2500 combines reliable sensor technology with long battery life and intuitive operation in an instrument that defines safety.
The Dräger X-am® 5000 belongs to a generation of gas detectors, developed especially for personal monitoring applications. This 1- to 5-gas detector reliably measures combustible gases and vapors as well as O2 and harmful concentrations of toxic gases, organic vapors, odorant and amine.
Featuring an ergonomic design and innovative infrared sensor technology, the Dräger X-am® 5600 is the smallest gas detection instrument for the measurement of up to 6 gases. Ideal for personal monitoring applications, this robust and water-tight detector provides accurate, reliable measurements of explosive, combustible and toxic gases and vapors as well as oxygen.
The Dräger X-am® 3500 was especially designed for clearance measurements and personnel monitoring applications. The 1 to 4 gas detector reliably detects flammable gases and vapors as well as O2, CO, H2S, NO2 and SO2. The innovative signaling design and extensive range of accessories ensure optimum safety and easy handling.
Monitor up to 7 gases and add or remove a pump as needed - all in one hand held unit! Kit includes wand attachment for confined space. So whether you need to use a pump or just diffusion, now you only need 1 unit to do both!
Area gas monitoring reinvented. That’s what Dräger’s X-zone® 5500 brings to a worksite: a safer, more effective way to monitor for hazardous gases. In combination with the Dräger X-am® 5000, 5100 or 5600 gas detection instruments, the X-zone 5500 can be used for the measurement of up to six gases and extends the range of your portable gas detection technology exponentially.
Dräger’s X-zone® 5500 reinvented area monitoring gas detection. Now, with the addition of Dräger’s X-zone® 5500 advanced 3D communications you have the ability to transmit key data to a workstation situated anywhere in the world. Especially designed to function in the harshest of operating environments, the Dräger X-zone® 5500 with advanced 3D communications is particularly suitable for use in Oil & Gas, Chemical and Emergency HazMat applications.
The selective PID gas measurement device is ideal for users who frequently test for hazardous toxic substances. Benzene, butadiene and other volatile organic compounds (VOCs) are carcinogenic even in the smallest concentrations. Selective measurement is necessary because other gases and vapours are often also present. The gas measurement device allows for short test times and laboratory-quality results.
The automatic tube pump Dräger X-act® 5000 is the first all-in-one solution designed for measurements with Dräger Short-term Tubes and for Sampling Tubes and Systems. Ease of operation and a high degree of reliability compliment the measurement and sampling of gases, vapors and aerosols.