REFLEX Analytical is dedicated to delivering gas detection solutions and now complements its series of spectroscopy gas cells with the Harmful Gas Detector for disaster relief. During a disaster, the rescue team including emergency personnel and civilians may be at risk from invisible toxic gases. The Harmful Gas Detector can measure toxic gas levels easily and quickly at the disaster scene.
Each harmful gas detector tube is made with high purity reagents that absorb and react with the target component. The reaction causes a colorimetric stain whose length is proportional to the componentís concentration. The actual concentration is read directly from the measurement scale printed on the detector tube. CLICK HERE
to watch a short video showing how easy it is to use the Harmful Gas Detector with the gas aspirating pump with minimal training.
The order details below for the P50 include two aspirating pumps, a rubber extension hose (5m), a gas detector tube tip cutter, a container for used gas detector tubes, instruction manual, gas qualitative flow charts, carrying case and two qualitative gas detector tubes 131 and 186B covering the specific harmful organic and inorganic gase. CLICK HERE
for the datasheets associated with gas detector tubes 131 and 186B which lists the detectable gases and assists with sampling along with understanding the measurements relative to gas concentration levels (ppm) and the discoloration of the gas detector tube.
Gas Detector Tube 131 and Detectable Gases (10 tubes per box)
Acetic Acid, Amines, Ammonia, Carbon Monoxide, Chlorine, Hydrogen Chloride, Hydrogen Sulphide, Nitrogen Dioxide, Phosphine, Sulphur Dioxide, Acetylene, Metyl Mercaptan, Carbon dioxide, Hydrogen Cyanide, Nitric Oxide, Ethylene
Gas Detector Tube 186B and Detectable Gases (10 tubes per box)
Acetaldehyde, Actone, Acetylene, Aniline, Benzene, 1,3-Butadiene, Butane,1-Butanol, Butyl Acetate, Carbon Disulphide, Cresol, Ethyl Acetate, Ethyl Amine, Ethyl Benzene, Ethyl Cellosolve, Ethylene, Ethylene Oxide, Formaldehyde, Gasoline, Heptane, Hexane, Isopropyl alcohol, Kerosine, Methyl Alcohol,
Methyl Ethyl Ketone, Methyl Isobutyl Ketone, Methyl Mercaptan, Pentane, Phenol, Propane, Styrene, Tetrachloroethylene, Tetrahydrofuran, Toluene, 1,1,1-Trichloroethane, Trichloroethylene, Vinyl Chloride, Xylene, Arsine, Carbon Monoxide, Hydrogen Sulphide, Acetic Acid, Carbon Tetrachloride, Methane, Methyl Bromide and Pyridine
You can also order UFO-IIH which is the comprehensive and quantitative set of detector tubes consisting of additional harmful organic and inorganic gases (20 total) as follows.
UFO-IIH (10 gas detector tubes per box for each gas listed as follows)
For Inorganic Gases:
Ammonia 105SB, Hydrogen Sulphide 120SB, Carbon Monoxide 106SA, Hydrogen Cyanide 112SB, Carbon Disulphide 141SA, Carbon Dioxide 126SA, Chlorine 109SB, Sulphur Dioxide 103SD, Hydrogen Chloride 173SB, Hydrogen Selenide 167S, Phosgene 146S, Hydrogen Fluoride 156S
Nitro-Oxide Compound 174A, Nitric Acid Vapour 233S
For Organic Gases:
Toluene 124SA, Acetylene 101S, Methyl Alcohol 119SA, Ethylene Oxide 122SA, Methyl Amine 227S, Choroform 152S
More than 400 types of detector tubes are available to detect a wide range of gases and vapors, in a multitude of concentration ranges from ppb to percent. CLICK HERE
for a fast download of the Gas Detector Tube System Handbook. We encourage the purchase of a hard copy for convenient reference and preparedness. The Handbook is 426 pages providing complete and detailed instructions for sample pump operation with datasheets for each gas detector tube to assist with sampling, understanding the measurements relative to temperature, interference and cross sensitivity. The Handbook is a valuable tool for general knowledge of gas measurements with reference to threshold limit values to determine safe, harmful and dangerous levels with recommendations of preventive measures associated with poisoning and explosion.