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ACD MiniBump 'Bump' Tester MINIBUMP-INST

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SKU
ACD01-MINIBUMP-INST
$420.00
The MiniBump from Advanced Calibration Designs (ACD) is an ultra-small, lightweight calibration gas generator. Instead of buying short-lived, pressurized gas cylinders, the MiniBump Tester generates chlorine, hydrogen, hydrogen cyanide or hydrogen sulfide on demand. Workers simply 'bump' test their portable gas detectors - no matter the make or manufacturer - making sure they are working properly and are ready for use.

Powered by two AA batteries, the MiniBump can easily be kept it in a pocket, on your belt or attached to a wall with the convenient BumpStation. Handy for whenever you need to perform a check.

The MiniBump is specially designed to emit only a small puff of gas to test handheld detectors, sensors and alarms, making it safer large emissions of gas that can sometimes happen with cylinders.

A range of gases common industrially tested gases are available for the MiniBump include: Chlorine (CL2), Hydrogen (H2), Hydrogen Cyanide (HCD) and Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S),

The MiniBump will last up to 1000 tests for each field cell. These cells themselves have no shelf life expiration, unlike gas cylinders that typically are only good for 6-12 months.

Part Number:
MINIBUMP-INST
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Price $420.00
SKU ACD01-MINIBUMP-INST
Product Weight (lbs.) No
Weight 8.0000
Brand ACD
Accessory No
BW Parts No
Gas Type No
BW Sensors No
MPN MINIBUMP
UPC No
Color No
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  1. James Alegria

    2013-12-13 19:21:28

    What is the PSI?

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    1. Chris Smith

      2013-12-13 19:21:28

      The MiniBump ‘Bump’ Tester does not create pressure, it is best described as a puff of gas.

      Maybe you were inquiring about the PPM? This varies from gas to gas and is not a guaranteed output. Regardless of the gas selected it will always output enough gas to perform a bump test for a monitor set to OSHA limits.

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