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Fume Monitoring equipment for Health and Safety

  • Schneider - Model iM50 - Fume Hood Monitors

    For use as a monitoring and alarm system for face velocities in various applications, such as fume hoods, safety cabinets and other extraction units. A microprocessor controlled security system with integrated air flow sensor for monitoring the containment-safe operating status of fume hoods. An acoustic and optical alarm is activated as soon as ...

    By Hans Schneider Elektronik GmbH based in Steinbach, GERMANY. from Fume Hood Monitors Product line

  • EVERWATCH - Lab Fume Hood Monitor

    EVERWATCH® Lab Fume Hood Monitors ensure safety by continuously monitoring lab fume hood face velocity. TSI's monitors provide audible and visual alarms to warn of unsafe conditions. Additionally, TSI offers monitors with and without a digital display, giving users only the needed information. These fume hood monitors are designed to comply ...

    By TSI Incorporated based in Shoreview, MINNESOTA (USA). from Lab Fume Hood Monitor Product line

  • Schneider - Model FM100 - Fume Hood Monitors

    A microprocessor controlled security system for monitoring the containment-safe operating status of fume hoods. An acoustic and optical alarm is activated as soon as the exhaust flow falls below or exceeds the programmed threshold values.

    By Hans Schneider Elektronik GmbH based in Steinbach, GERMANY. from Fume Hood Monitors Product line

  • Schneider - Model FM500 - Fume Hood Monitors

    A microprocessor controlled security system for monitoring the containment-safe operating status of fume hoods. An acoustic and optical alarm is activated as soon as the exhaust flow falls below or exceeds the programmed threshold values. FM500 fulfils the standard EN 14175. That means security for the laboratory worker. FM500 is suitable for all ...

    By Hans Schneider Elektronik GmbH based in Steinbach, GERMANY. from Fume Hood Monitors Product line

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