BW Clip4 4‑Gas Detector BWC4-B-N
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The new BW Clip4 disposable 4 gas monitor is the first continuously-running four-gas monitor of Hydrogen Sulfide, Carbon Monoxide, Oxygen, and LEL Combustible Gases. No need to recharge the battery, so know you have active detection at all times. It is recommended that you calibrate the gas detector every six months. The BW Clip4 has a two‑year warranty to cover its entire service life. Just replace it after 2 years and switch to a new one. The BW Clip series revolutionized wearable gas detection with the safety of always‑on simplicity. It provides two years of runtime with no charging, no maintenance or servicing, and no battery replacement for a reliable and economical solution. This gas monitor is available in black or yellow.
- Detects Oxygen (O2), Hydrogen sulfide (H2S), Carbon monoxide (CO), Lower Explosive Levels (LEL) of a variety of combustible gases
- Black housing
- Durable, compact and ergonomic
- User-friendly tamper-proof operation with just one button
- Intuitive LCD icons
- Real-time gas concentrations shown on LCD
- Daily full function self-test of sensors, battery status, circuit integrity, and audible/visual alarms
- Flashing red non-compliance indicators warn workers that the detector has not been bump tested according to schedule
- Built-in concussion-proof boot
- Tested to last in extreme environments
- Full two‑year warranty including all sensors
Note: Remember to calibrate every six months and regularly perform bump tests. Part Numbers: BWC4-B-N Black Housing BWC4-Y-N Yellow Housing
|Product Weight (lbs.)||0.5|
|Gas Type||%LEL, O2, H2S, CO|
I had a question put to me: How can you be sure it is accurate for 2 years with no calibration/maintenance/bump test? Some job sites will ask for calibration data.
This monitor does require calibration/maintenance. The only thing that it doesn't need is to be charged.
Available in yellow?1 answer
Yes, this is available in yellow:
Does it monitor SO2?1 answer
This monitor will only check for Oxygen, Carbon Monoxide, Hydrogen Sulfide, and Lower explosive limits. If you're looking for Sulfur Dioxide this is the one: