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Product Code: QuantiCheck
QuantiCheck Seal Check
Exclusively available from Shawcity in the UK.
How the QuantiCheck Works
The QuantiCheck is the first quantitative user seal check device. The user engages the QuantiCheck, takes a comfortable breath and holds. At the lowest point of the negative pull, the system starts a calculation which is a proprietary algorithm that measures pressure loss from the respirator. The system simply indicates that the weakest point will be the required air entry point into the mask. The system is a static user seal check indicating the fit of the mask at the point in time the system is used.
A quantitative check of respirator fit that can be performed by the user each time the mask is donned.
Engineered for Fit
Performance is at the heart of what we do. Used in conjunction with an approved Fit Test program the QuantiCheck is designed to indicate to the user that
an adequate seal has been made, or if adjustments are needed every time the mask is worn. The system checks not only the face seal but the whole mask
system for breaches or integrity issues that could cause leaks during use.
Ease of Use
With a press, in-use function indication, and instant visual feedback, users can quickly and easily perform a user seal check.
Visible green or red light indicates if the user has an adequate fit. Achieve confidence in your protection every time.
Available app and software records
Compliance is Key
Increase the health protection of the workforce while simultaneously limiting liability.
Third party validated technology that quantitatively performs a negative pressure user seal check, providing confidence in the protection provided by your
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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.
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