One of the major responsibilities companies have towards their employees working in confined and hazardous spaces is to guarantee their safety.

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Latest technology for reducing the time and cost of daily bump testing

Supplied by MSA Australia on Wednesday, 19 November, 2014


One of the major responsibilities companies have towards their employees working in confined and hazardous spaces is to guarantee their safety.

Standard industry best practice is to carry out a bump test for gas detection at the beginning of each day.

The latest patented XCell pulse technology makes the process simpler and less expensive as it does not require the calibration of equipment and the use of costly bottled calibration gases, plus it provides full instrument traceability of bump records, peak readings, and event and data logs.


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