Thermal imagers can be helpful to check various electrical system components without pausing your process. In fact, your electrical system needs to be running at it’s normal load to accurately check out your potential faults. The load on your electrical systems needs to be running no less than 40% of the maximum load capacity and if you can run your system at full load for the testing, that… Continue Reading »
Hello, Patrick here at JM Test again. Today we will be focusing on how to get your RKI Eagle 2 monitor up and running as efficiently as possible.
First, we will review how to simply turn the monitor on. Please remember when you turn the Eagle 2 on, it needs to be in a known fresh air environment.
- Powering on your Unit
- Connect the sample hose and probe to the Eagle 2’s… Continue Reading »
Hey guys, we hope you found our last video on the RKI GX-2009 to be helpful to you when trying to get your gauge up and running quickly. Now that you have your monitor operable, we should take a few minutes to learn how to properly do a bump test on the RKI GX-2009 4 gas personal monitor.
The first thing that you need to do is to make sure that you… Continue Reading »
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This is Patrick McCants from the JM Test Systems rental department and today we will be running through a quick start and hit a couple of troubleshooting tips for the RKI GX-2009.
TURNING THE GX-2009 ON
The first thing you will want to do is to power on your GX2009 by pressing and briefly holding the POWER MODE button. At this point you will see the LED lights light up and the screen… Continue Reading »
Calibration gas is a very vital part of making sure that your gas monitor is going to perform as it should. Whenever you perform a bump test or a calibration on your gas monitor, calibration gas is something that you must have on hand. Calibration gases have set amounts of gas in the bottle that is exposed to the sensors of… Continue Reading »
The GX-3R is the world’s smallest 4 gas monitor weighing only 3.52 ounces and can comfortably be clipped within a worker’s breathing zone (2.2” W x 2.55” H x 1.02” D). It simultaneously monitors and displays LEL combustibles, O2, CO (Hydrogen compensated… Continue Reading »
MultiRAE portable multi-threat monitors combine best-in-class gas and radiation detection capabilities with wireless connectivity and Man Down Alarm to help elevate the safety of workers and responders, and reduce facility downtime.
MultiRAE Family Instruments
A gas detector is a device which detects the presence of various gases within an area, usually as part of a safety system. This type of equipment is used to detect a gas leak and interface with a control system so a process can be automatically shut down. A gas detector can also sound an alarm to operators in the area where… Continue Reading »