Detecting hazardous gases with just one product!
This non-disposable, personal single-gas detection equipment is a dependable and exact tool that detects harmful quantities of twenty-nine different gases, including unusual gases like NO2, O3, or COCl2. The PAC 8000 is simple to use in a variety of industries and applications in Doha because of its user-friendly interface and easy operation. The device has an easy-to-read display that provides real-time gas concentrations, allowing for a quick and accurate assessment of the ambient air quality.
Furthermore, the PAC 8000 includes audible and visual alerts that notify the user when gas levels surpass pre-set criteria, ensuring prompt action can be taken to protect oneself and others from potential gas threats in Qatar. The PAC 8000’s rugged design makes it suited for use in harsh situations, and its long battery life assures extended operation without the need for frequent recharging or replacement, making it an ideal choice for workers in Qatar’s demanding work environments.
Benefits of PAC 8000
High performance for optimum security
You can rely on the Dräger Pac 8000 to provide accurate readings at all times, even in harsh conditions. Our strong sensors, which have a low t-90 response time, ensure rapid responses. You can set additional alert thresholds in addition to the regular alarms.
Special gas detectors
The Dräger Pac 8000 excels at detecting a wide range of unique gases. Sensors for carbon dioxide (CO2), chlorine gas (Cl2), hydrogen cyanide (HCN), ammonia (NH3), nitrogen dioxide (NO2), phosphine (PH3), and organic vapors (OV or OV-A) can be added to the Pac 8000.
360° alarm with multiple functions
When the Dräger Pac 8000 detects dangerous gas concentrations, an audible, visual, and noticeable vibrating alarm is triggered. Two bright, flashing LEDs on the device’s top and bottom ensure that the alert is visible from all sides. The acoustic signal has a loudness of 90 decibels.
Data and event loggers for analysis and reporting:
The Pac 8000 records concentrations and events, as well as the date and time. The data can be downloaded to a PC and processed there using an interface