June 2013

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Portable gas-detection test and calibration station saves time and money in industrial applications The Dräger X-dock device is claimed to provide automatic bump tests, calibration, reduced ..

Meche, Helen, Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

Portable gas-detection test and calibration station saves time and money in industrial applications   The Dräger X-dock device is claimed to provide automatic bump tests, calibration, reduced test gas consumption, short testing times and comprehensive documentation for portable gas-detection instruments. The X-dock offers different modular configurations to test multiple monitors, while reducing the amount of calibration gas used. Operated via touch screen at a master station, the X-dock can configure up to three test cycles freely on multiple instruments. In addition to the bump test, several other options can be activated, such as the testing of the gas detectors’

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