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Cub 11.7 eV Personal VOC Monitor
The world’s smallest, lightest, most sensitive personal PID monitor with a high energy output to detect even more gases
Cub 11.7 eV is the world’s smallest, lightest personal PID monitor for the accurate detection of volatile organic compounds and other gases that require a higher energy output such as acetylene, methanol and formaldehyde.
With market leading sub-ppm sensitivity, Cub 11.7 eV gives an early warning of hazardous gases, including benzene, before they reach levels which are harmful.
Small, compact and lightweight Cub 11.7 eV is robust yet comfortable and unobtrusive to wear. Cub 11.7 eV has a dynamic range of 0.5 ppm to 5,000 ppm. When worker exposure exceeds pre-set limits the instrument’s audible, vibrating and flashing LED alarms alert you to the gases present. Readings are displayed in ppm on its bright, back-lit LCD display with selectable data logging time.
Its unique anti-contamination and patented Fence Electrode Technology provide extended run time in the most challenging environments, giving you accurate results you can truly rely on.
Unrivalled photoionisation (PID) detection
• PID independently verified as best performing on the market
• Fast (<13 seconds) response to hazardous gases
• Fast start up with no complicated set up
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ATEX is the name commonly given to the two European Directives for controlling explosive atmospheres.
ATEX certification ensures that equipment is fit for use within explosive atmospheres and is supplied with adequate information to ensure it can be used safely.
For more information visit: hse.gov.uk/fireandexplosion/atex.htm