BW Honeywell GasAlert Quattro Deluxe Confined Space Kit QT-CK-DL

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The Deluxe Confined Space Kit for the GasAlert Quattro features everything you need to efficiently sample and assess the safety of confined spaces, protecting you and your team from potentially toxic or explosive airborne compounds.

Kit Includes:
  • Manual aspirator pump and sampling hose (3m long)
  • IR connectivity kit
  • Fleet Manager II software
  • LPM regulator
  • Calibration cap
  • Reversible screwdriver
  • Hard foam lined carry case
Using the manual aspirator pump and sampling hose you can turn your diffusion gas detector into a sample probe detector, overcoming its shortcomings compared to the more feature heavy GasAlert Max XT II.

The IR connectivity kit allows for downloading data and tweaking device settings, such as changing alert level settings like Short/Long Term Exposure limits and High/Low levels for each gas.

The included auxiliary filter prevents dust and grime getting into the sensors and also protects the screen from scratches.

The whole kit comes in a sturdy carry case, foam-lined to ensure the contents and your Quattro gas detector and accessories are not disturbed.

Please Note:
GasAlert Quattro Gas Detection Unit is sold separately from this accessories kit.

How Often Do I Need To Calibrate My Monitor?

Part Number:

CG-Q34-4 - 34L Calibration Gas (optional)
CG-Q58-4 - 58L Calibration Gas (optional)
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Price $644.00
Weight 6.0000
Brand BW Honeywell
Accessory No
BW Parts No
Gas Type No
BW Sensors No
Color No
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  1. saj

    2014-05-23 15:14:50

    How do you use the manual aspirator kit for remote sampling? Our application is that we want to test a pit before entering it.

    I believe gasses can accumulate a different levels within a pit, so how do we take that into account when sampling?

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    1. Justin

      2014-05-23 15:14:50

      You are correct. You'll need to take samples at three different levels - top of the space, middle, and bottom - to make sure you are testing each layer of atmosphere.

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