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ACG+ - COMPRESSED AIR MONITORThe ACG+ compressed air monitor offers peace of mind as it continually monitors your compressed air for oxygen (O2), carbon dioxide (CO2), carbon monoxide (CO), water vapour (H2O) and Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC) and also has a separate port to check for oil mist.
JFD Australia use our ACG+ compressed air monitor and say that it is "simple to use, operator friendly" and "far more accurate than tube samples" as well as "its data-logging capability is a major draw as well as being able to do away with detector tubes".
Atlas Copco Rental were impressed with the amount of data and readings you can collect with one piece of kit. Contact us today to find out more about the ACG+ compressed air monitor and it can be used alongside your breathing apparatus and breathing air compressor.
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The ACG+ is a fixed or portable compressed air monitor which continually/periodically monitors for O2, CO2, CO, VOC and water vapour. It has a port to run an oil mist test and datalogs for 90 days. It is user maintainable and simple to calibrate.
Colorimetric tube testing and lab testing of breathing air is costly and only a spot check. The ACG+ compressed air monitor can be used continually or periodically to verify if the air is safe to deliver to the user and assists compliance with breathing air standards such as EN12021.
The ACG+ compressed air monitor means that you can monitor your breathing apparatus and breathing air compressor with complete confidence.
The ACG+ compressed air monitor can be used as both a fixed solution installed after the inlet or it can be used as a portable monitor to run periodic tests - ideal if you have multiple compressors or sites to check.