SAFE-OX+ - SAFETY MONITOR FOR ENRICHED OXYGENThe Safe-Ox+ is an oxygen enrichment and depletion monitor and should be used in areas where enriched O2 is stored or used, including A&E, COPD and intensive care units.
Used in Hyperbaric oxygen therapy, our monitor can be used in areas where enriched O2 is stored. The Safe- Ox+ can also be used where inert gases are used and stored, including helium, nitrogen and argon. If a leak of any of these gases occurs, displacing the oxygen in the atmosphere, our monitor will let the user know that there is a danger and potential harmful environment. .
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The Safe-Ox+ oxygen enrichment and depletion monitor consists of a wall mounted main sensor unit and a repeater. It is ranged from 0 to 25% and has 1 low and 1 high audio/visual alarm. The sensor has a very long life and calibration is only required every 12 months which can be achieved using certified air.
Laboratories that store and operate with high levels of oxygen need to detect and monitor the levels of O2. A leak of enriched O2 poses a significant fire risk.
The Safe-Ox+ oxygen enrichment and depletion monitor provides a high O2 alarm, ideal if you are using pure oxygen to protect you from O2 enrichment dangers.
The Safe-Ox+ can be wall mounted at head height in the gas storage room or where the enriched O2 is piped. The unit comes with one repeater as standard which is located at the entrance to the room, reducing the likelihood of anyone entering the room directly into the risk area.
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