BW GasAlert Max XT II Complete Confined Space Kit, XT-XWHM-Y-NA-CS

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This complete confined space gas monitor and accessories kit features the BW Gas Alert Max XT II monitor with H2S, CO, O2, and percent LEL sensors plus all the tools your company needs to maintain the monitor, store the data collected, and be in compliance with confined space entry requirements.

Sample remote locations, bump test and calibrate the monitor, replace clogged filters, and access the monitor interface on your PC with this complete confined space entry gas monitoring kit.

Max XT II Confined Space Kit Features:
  • Gas Alert Max XT II 4-gas detector
  • Charging adapter for detector
  • IR Connectivity Kit with Fleet Manager II software
  • Quad-mix calibration gas
  • 0.5 LPM regulator
  • 3 ft. calibration hose with quick connect
  • 10 ft. sampling hose with metallic particulate filter and quick connect
  • 5 spare hydrophobic and particulate pump filters
  • Sampling probe (GA-PROB1-1)
  • Reversible screwdriver
  • Hard-sided carrying case with foam case insert
Note: Calibration gas is not returnable. Please check your selection carefully before ordering.

Remember to calibrate every six months and regularly perform bump tests.

Part Number:
XT-XWHM-Y-NA-CS
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Price $1,513.00
SKU BW01-XT-XWHM-Y-NA-CS
Product Weight (lbs.) 9
Weight 11.0000
Brand BW Honeywell
MPN XT-XWHM-Y-NA-CS
UPC No
Type Multi-Gas
Gas Type %LEL, O2, H2S, CO
5th Sensor No
Color No
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  1. Jonathan Lew

    2014-06-05 21:43:16

    We are interested in four multi-gas monitors that are waterproof and rugged.
    We would like two with pumps and two that are belt,carry-on.
    The ones with pumps need to have tubing that can go down up to 60 feet and have filters that prevent water from being sucked up into them.

    We want to be able to carry these out in the rain or in wet locations and not have to worry about replacing the sensors or purchasing new ones when the gas analyzers get wet from the rain or get dropped in the water.

    1 answer
    1. Ben

      2014-06-05 21:43:16

      The BW Honeywell GasAlert Quattro is the best option for belt, carry on. This is the most durable diffusion monitor BW make, it was designed with oil rig workers in mind so it will definitely stand up to a little rain. As for a pumped monitor you’ll want to go with BW Honeywell GasAlert Max XT II. This also has a belt clip if required. The internal pump can sample up to a maximum of 75ft and will stall if the end of the hose is submerged. The unit also has a small water filter built in to prevent water intrusion.

  2. Jewel

    2015-01-22 00:24:01

    How long is the warranty on this product?
    What is the expected life?

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    1. Chris

      2015-01-22 00:24:01

      The manufacturer’s warranty from BW Honeywell is 2 years. This covers the instrument and sensors. Sensors are the consumable part of your gas detector. The oxygen will pretty reliably wear out a few months after 2 years elapses. The others, LEL, CO and H2S, can last much longer. We have instruments in service with customers for many years. It is not unusual to have monitors come back for new sensors, with the gas detector itself being 5 or more years old. That said, losing the instrument or abuse in the field are the usual causes for replacement. We are a fully certified repair facility for BW, with factory trained tech staff on site.

  3. Phil

    2015-05-06 18:10:14

    We purchased a confined space Gas Alert XT ii last August which is working well. I did not receive it as it was shipped directly to our Midwest facility. Do you not ship a certificate of compliance or QC calibration certs for the actual meter and regulator regardless that it is user calibrated periodically?

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    1. Chris

      2015-05-06 18:10:14

      That BW GasAlert MAX XT II does come with a calibration certificate. It’s usually in the pouch with the instruction manual and CD-ROM. It’s a white, credit card size certificate. If you are unable to locate it, all we need is the serial number to request a copy from BW (usually takes 2-3 days), and would be emailed. Also, please note that calibration is recommended at least every 180 days. More frequently is even better.

  4. Matthew

    2016-03-07 19:18:54

    I know this says Confined Space, but do Fire Departments purchase these units to use in the Fire Service?

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    1. Ben

      2016-03-07 19:18:54

      Yes, these monitors are frequently purchased by Fire Departments. A few of our local FDs have them.

  5. GARY

    2016-04-27 17:15:07

    DOES THE UNIT:
    1. MEASURE UP TO 100% O2
    2. MEASURE UP TO 20 PPM CO
    THANK YOU,
    GARY R.

    1 answer
    1. Alan

      2016-04-27 17:14:55

      Here are the measuring ranges for CO & O2:

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      CO: 0-1000 ppm (measuring range), 1 ppm (resolution)

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      O2: 0-30.0 percent (measuring range), 0.1 percent (resolution)

  6. Karen

    2016-06-22 19:19:12

    Is it possible to buy the gas in smaller tanks when its time to replace it?

    1 answer
    1. Alan

      2016-06-22 19:19:00

      The smallest tank size for the calibration gas is 34 liters. Which is one of two options we sell on the site, 34L and 58L.

  7. Keith

    2016-10-11 16:32:12

    Are the sensors user replaceable and what is the average replacement cost of sensors? Can this unit be customized, say Chlorine or Ammonia sensors?

    1 answer
    1. Alan

      2016-10-11 16:32:12

      <p>If you have some technical repair background, you should be able to replace the sensors with no problem following the instructions.</p>
      <p>Price for replacing a sensor ranges from $120 to $165.00.</p>
      <p>This particular unit can not be customized with different sensors.  If you are interested in ammonia or chlorine, we suggest looking at this monitor:</p>
      <p><a href="https://www.pksafety.com/bw-gas-alert-micro-5-gas-monitor-1.html">https://www.pksafety.com/bw-gas-alert-micro-5-gas-monitor-1.html</a></p>
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