Thinking of Switching From Single Gas to 4-Gas Detectors?

Published by Gigi K. on Sep 21st 2017

BWClip4_overviewimage_352x250 We know the big guys are doing it, naturally our mid-sized and smaller customers are making the switch as well. It’s clear that in oil and gas environments like refineries single gas testing is required but for complete safety, it's extremely important to detect the LELs and oxygen levels are within a safe range, too. This can only be done using a multi-gas monitor with at least 4 gas sensors. The standard 4-gas detectors check for the most common toxic and combustible gases in oil and gas environments: H2S, CO, LELs and O2. Keeping your team safe is crucial. That is why we recommend switching to one of the new 4-gas detectors that are affordable, easy to use, and maintain. Here are the top two models we recently sold to customers like you, for this exact reason. The Gas Clip MGC Simple is a continuous running 4-gas detector with an active 2-year run time, with no charging needed gasclip-gas-detector The Honeywell BW Clip 4, (BWC4) is similar in it’s operating abilities, with full 4 gas detection, no battery charging and a 2 year active lifespan. bwc4-y-square In addition, you can still rely on the durable and economical Honeywell BW MCXL. The BW GasAlert MicroClip XL is still our most popular 4-gas monitor, at a great price. It’s extremely durable and lightweight, and has an extended battery life, lasting up to 18 hours. That should keep your team’s shift covered, or at least a good portion of it. bw-gasalert-micro-clip-xl-4-gas-monitor Don’t forget the docking station for your fleet of detectors to recharge, bump test, log data, and recalibrate in record time. Gas Clip Technologies has a Multi Gas Docking Station compatible with the MGC Simple 4-Gas monitors: MGC Dock. mgc-dock If you are interested in the Honeywell BW gas detectors, we currently have special offers on the new BW IntelliDoX Docking Stations and enabler kits for 4-Gas Monitors, so give us a call and we will set you up! intellidox