Don Buy Gas Detectors There a better way to do gas detection

Industrial Scientific (USA) is pleased to announce that the Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA) has assigned Approval No. 22-A090001-0 to the MX4 iQuadâ„¢ multi-gas detector. The MX4 is now permitted for use in U.S. mines under Title 30 CFR, Part 22.

Configuring the MX4 to detect carbon monoxide, oxygen, and 0-5% of volume methane makes the instrument ideal for most mining applications. Adding a nitrogen dioxide (NO2) sensor customises the unit for mines where diesel-powered equipment is used.

Small, rugged and simple to use, the MX4 is ideal for harsh underground mining environments. A rubber overmold covers its polycarbonate housing to protect the MX4 from high-impact bumps and drops. The housing has also been third-party tested and certified IP66 and IP67. This ingress protection rating indicates that the MX4 is dust-tight and resistant to both water jets and submersion. The MX4 uses a combination of three alarms. Ultra-bright LEDs, a 95 db audible alarm and a powerful vibrating alarm all warn users of hazardous gas levels.

The MX4 is also compatible with iNetâ„¢ to simplify maintenance and data management. iNet offers an alternative to the traditional model of buying gas detectors. It is a software-based service that increases safety by providing visibility into gas detector alarms, exposure and usage. It keeps gas detectors working without costly and timeconsuming maintenance. And with iNet, customers do not have to buy the gas detectors. Instead, they subscribe to iNet and receive Gas Detection as a Service.

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