BW Technologies GasAlertClip Extreme

BW Technologies GasAlertClip Extreme

BW Technologies GasAlertClip Extreme BW Technologies
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BW Technologies GasAlertClip Extreme

$244.59
Product Code:
W-GAM-5-S-DCSK

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  • Q:

    Is this unit disposed of at the end of 3 years
    Asked on 12/19/2015 by Bill from Kingston, nh

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      A:

      Hi Bill, short answer is yes, just toss and purchase another. We sell a lot of these to FD/EMS customers, the EMS customers turn the unit on attache to their 1st in bag they take inside homes, accidents scenes, business, etc. Some FD even purchase a couple extra units that they will leave at a home or apartment and come back the next day to pick it back up, creates a better customer service with the general public. I gave you both the short and long of it.

      Answered on 1/5/2016 by bg
  • Q:

    Do these monitors require "Bump Testing" If so how often?
    Asked on 3/26/2014 by Tlhynicker from Hershey Pa

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      A:

      As I understand Bump Testing you should do this every time you turn on your monitor, we tell everyone to turn this on and never turn it off, it will last 2 years or 3 years pending on the option you purchased. At the price of this model it is some times called a throw away model, EMS first in bags, FD bags, and PD all use these and never have to bump test them. the short answer is no bump test.

      Answered on 3/28/2014 by Bg
  • Q:

    Does it display the level of CO you are encountering on the screen? Or is it only the time frame?
    Asked on 1/3/2013 by Anonymous

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      A:

      It should display the PPM that it is reading, and I think it will alarm when it goes over the allowable PPM. If it is supposed to alarm @ 29 ppm it will and show what it is reading also.

      Answered on 1/30/2013 by Butch from Hqrs
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