Honeywell BW™ Ultra Portable Five-Gas Detector

Honeywell BW™ Ultra Portable Five-Gas Detector
The BW™ Ultra puts your safety first. This portable five-gas detector was designed specifically for sampling and monitoring confined spaces. Featuring enhanced sensor technology, visibility on gas readings, comfort and connectivity, it helps clear a confined space for entry and continually monitor it while workers are inside. The large dot matrix LCD screen offers easy viewing of data and enhanced situational awareness. Trust the BW™ Ultra to help you prevent a potential gas safety incident.

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For reliable and user-friendly gas detection in confined spaces, you can’t go past the Honeywell BW™ Ultra.

 

Featuring:

  • Simultaneously detects: Oxygen (O₂),hydrogen sulfide (H₂S), carbon monoxide (CO), and combustibles at the lower level explosive limit (LEL: % LEL or %vol.)
  • Fifth sensor for the gas of your choice, ranging from sulfur dioxide (SO₂) to chlorine (CL₂), to volatile organic compounds (VOCs)
  • See quick gas level changes in real time
  • Use Hole Watch Mode to easily see the concentration of each gas
  • Bluetooth monitoring: The detector’s gas readings and location can be instantly sent via Bluetooth to Honeywell’s real-time monitoring software, viewable from a control room or alternate remote location
  • Honeywell TouchConnect™ Technology for quicker instrument management
  • Remote monitoring for an additional layer of protection, especially in high-risk jobs
  • Internal pump that runs continuously to assess for gas hazards, giving workers real-time accounts of the environment
  • Intuitive, high resolution 8.1 cm (3.2 inch) screen
  • Durable and ready to stand up to harsh conditions
  • Repels dust and water ingress (high pressure spray or submersion up to 1.2 m or 3.9 ft. deep)
  • Ergonomic and easy to grip and hold with a lighter weight and slimmer profile when compared to other five-gas detectors
  • One-button operation
  • New 1‑Series sensor for enhanced reliability: Compact and one-third the height of the industry standard, gas diffuses into it more quickly  for a faster sensor response time
  • Stands up to temperatures from -40°C to 60°C – plus transient pressure, humidity, and other environmental extremes

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