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Five Reasons To Love the BW Quattro Gas Monitor

October 9, 2015 Confined Space, Gas Detection
4 gas, BW, BW Honeywell, Gas Monitor, multi gas, Quattro

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Ideal for real-time monitoring of hazardous gases in confined space work, BW Honeywell’s GasAlert Quattro is a four-gas monitor that’s easy to love. It’s not apparent at first, but our five reasons will have you falling head over heels.

Full-sized Sensors

Generally speaking, full-size sensors last longer than their smaller counterparts. While the Quattro won’t win prizes for its physical dimensions, it is packed with four sensors for full spectrum gas monitoring. Now think about it for a moment. Multi-gas monitoring of Hydrogen sulfide, Carbon monoxide, Oxygen and combustible gasses in a single unit? Who can say no to that!

One Button Operation

You would think a multi-gas monitor requires a handful of buttons to configure. Not at all with the Quattro. From the very beginning, BW Honeywell envisioned a one-button system that’s simple and fool-proof to operate with or without gloves on. You save both time and money on personnel training. Most of all, you can be confident that should anything occur, your team can react in a timely fashion.

Long Battery Life

The portable Quattro shares many of its features with the BW Max XT II. The major difference being the Quattro does not possess an internal sample motor for pulling remote samples. As a result, the monitor lasts longer between recharges.

Adaptability

The Quattro is made for open air monitoring through diffusion. However, if confined space entry is required, a Confined Space Entry Kit is an option that allows you to remotely draw and test air samples before entering a permit-required confined spaces.

Tough as Nails

Dust and water resistant, the Quattro’s impact-resistant housing makes it suitable for even the most rugged of work environments. We are not suggesting you try, but Quattro gas monitors have a reputation for surviving long drops onto concrete floors without losing sensing capabilities.

Was there anything we overlooked? Let us know in the comments below. And if you’ve got questions about whether the GasAlert Quattro is the right monitor, feel free to call us at 800-829-9580 or visit us at PKSafety.com.