MSA Altair Pro Gas Detector w/ Replaceable Battery and Sensor

MSA Altair Pro Gas Detector w/ Replaceable Battery and Sensor

MSA Altair Pro Gas Detector w/ Replaceable Battery and Sensor MSA
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MSA Altair Pro Gas Detector w/ Replaceable Battery and Sensor

$441.75 - $571.90
Product Code:
100767

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  • Q:

    How often do you need to calibrate the MSA HCN meter?
    Asked on 6/17/2015 by Lep from Framingham MA 01702

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      A:

      This is on our web page;
      This compact, rubber-armored, single-gas detector is guaranteed to work continuously at the highest level of performance, for at least one year, in the toughest industrial and emergency environments. Without maintenance. Without additional calibration. And without damage from dust, moisture, or impact.
      Having said all of that, you can still calibrate if you choose to do so, our recommendations and MSA suggest this to be done every 30 days, or monthly. We offer this service to our customers where our tech's will come to the fire station and perform this service under a yearly contract, that's renewable yearly.

      Answered on 6/22/2015 by Anonymous
  • Q:

    single bugle is lieutenant is that right 2is captian?
    Asked on 8/18/2012 by joe from United States

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      A:

      Yes you are correct, 1 Bugle L & R on your class A or class B uniform shirt collar is a Lieutenant
      2 Bugles connected on your collar same as above is for a Captain, if 2 or more bugles are crossed than you are a chief officer, how high a chief, depends on the number of bugles. Your shirt or class A jacket badge also will be the same as your collar brass. If you have a Ax on your badge or collar I think your are considered a "Truckie" Ladder truck.

      Answered on 8/24/2012 by Butch
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