A small, lightweight gas alarm.
Detects 125 toxic/combustible gases or vapors and sounds an alarm if any are present. The automatic temperature sensor sounds an alarm (Model 100T only) if the wearer is exposed to excess temperature. The Emergency Call for Help Alarm is activated by pressing the button located on the front of the case. (temperature alarm optional).
Simultaneously squeeze both side buttons to turn unit ON. The green “ready light” will glow indicating the gas sensor is operational. The HAZ-ALERT has three distinct audio tones to distinguish each alarm condition. If gas is detected, a harsh buzzing sound is heard. When the emergency call for help alarm is activated a loud (95 dBA) sweeping audio tone will be heard. A pulsed tone is observed if the environmental temperature rises above 120 degrees Fahrenheit. The HAZ-ALERT has many applications. It may be attached to a line and lowered into manholes, storage tanks or other confined spaces. A HAZ-ALERT may be worn as a personal monitor when working in confined spaces and is useful as a signaling device in emergency situations by activating the emergency call alarm.
Detects Approx. 125 toxic/combustible gases and hydrocarbons - including all heating gases. Haz-Alert is factory calibrated to 10% LEL (lower explosive limit) of Methane.
Solid state broad-band permanent MOS type, will provide years of service.
Audio and visual indicationof the detection of accelerants and gases. A Green “Ready” Indicator and Red “Sensor / Detection” Indicator.
Emergency Call for Help:
Activated by pressing the button located on the front of the case. This action provides a loud (95 dBA) series of audio tones.
Two “AA” size alkaline batteries (disposable), providing 5 hours of continuous use.
Small, lightweight, rugged, heavy duty plastic case, 2" wide x 3-3/4" high x 1-1/8" deep, weight 8 oz.
Easily attaches to clothing with Grip clip and D-ring. Applications - Confined space entry, Haz-mat cleanup, General purpose gas detection.
WARNING - HAZ-ALERT should not be used to detect carbon monoxide