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Meet the WatchGas QGM

In need of a gas detector, you can use as aΒ  1 up to 4-gas detector?Β  Easy to use in a great variety of applications?

Then the WatchGas QGM sounds like an excellent solution for your needs. Use the QGM in, for example, tank storage parks, construction sites, or the mining industry.

A catalytic LEL sensor comes as standard. Alternatively, you can specify your QGM with an NDIR LEL sensor. This last sensor consumes less energy, enhancing the battery life π˜‚up to two months on a single charge.

Some benefits of the QGM:
β€’ ATEX Zone 0 approved;
β€’ Simple, single-button operation;
β€’ Able to detect combustible gases in the absence of oxygen, making it more useful in environments where oxygen levels may vary;
β€’ Datalog: up to two months or more;
β€’ IP67

Is the QGM the detector you need for the job? Or are you interested in any of our other available solutions for your gas detection challenge? Please get in touch with WatchGas or your nearest official WatchGas distributor.


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