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Reliable personal monitoring and no maintenance worries for two years with new Draeger Pac 3000

Posted: Thursday 2nd February 2006

Ideal for use by all those with a need for regular personal monitoring, the new Draeger Pac 3000 single gas instrument can be used to detect carbon monoxide, hydrogen sulphide or oxygen. Easy to use and ensuring reliable monitoring of ambient air, this innovative personal monitor is also completely maintenance free for two years.

Featuring the new Draeger XXS sensors, which do not have to be replaced during those two years, the Pac 3000 offers extremely short electrochemical reaction times and responds immediately to any gas hazard.

Small yet robust and featuring simple push-button operation as well as a language-free, back-lit liquid crystal display, the Pac 3000 also incorporates an infra red interface to make configuration and calibration easy.

Equipped with vibrational, visual and two-tone audible alarms, the Pac 3000 displays the actual hazard concentration as well as the alarm type. A warning will also be issued in the event of a malfunction, before the end of the unitís useable life, or before the battery is fully discharged.

For maximum reliability, the display also features a bump test icon that informs the user as and when a function test is required. This can be easily carried out with a Draeger Bump Test Station whilst the Bump Test mode can be configured, calibrated and adjusted via PC using Pac Vision or CC-Vision software. Several instruments can also be configured and calibrated at the same time with the Draeger E-Cal system.

Protected by a tough, rubber housing and meeting the requirements of IP65, the Pac 3000 is easily fastened to workwear by way of a secure crocodile clip.

Stockist details can be found at

Further information is available from:

Richard Beckwith,
Draeger Safety UK Limited,
Ullswater Close,
Kitty Brewster Ind Est.,
Northumberland, NE24 4RG.

Tel: 01670 352891.
Fax: 01670 356266

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