GSM-60 – Air Quality Multigas Monitor

GSM-60 is an excellent solution for identifying indoor air quality issues. This ambient air monitoring system is designed for both simple indoor air quality monitoring and for difficult environments, including headspaces of tanks, HVAC ductwork, VOC scrubber exhausts and wastewater treatment plants. GSM-60 is used in a variety of industrial applications from medical and pharmaceutical to aerospace and process manufacturing. The system features an internal sampling pump with the capability of using both internal and remote sensors to continuously monitor up to four gases. The instrument has user programmable alarms with relays that can activate remote safety or warning equipment such as exhaust fans, alarms or strobe lights. GSM-60 can be configured to monitor a wide range of chemicals in ambient air including VOCs, carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide and  oxygen, as well as many toxic and industrial gases. Additionally, it is capable of monitoring reactive gases such as arsine, chlorine dioxide, ethylene oxide, hydrogen fluoride and ozone. GSM-60 can be easily custom configured to meet your specific gas detection requirements. Contact our ENMET Sales Team today for additional information on the GSM-60 and let us design a system that fits your needs.

Contact: ENMET, Phone: 1-800-521-2978,  FAX: 734-761-3220. Website: www.enmet.com

Share on Socials!

Related Articles

Related Articles

Well Suited for Pharma: Meet the Sentinel XT Clear PAPR

Engineered Protection for Advanced Productivity. ILC Dover designed the spacesuits for the Apollo mission and used that same engineering technology to help create the Sentinel XT ...
Read More

1/2 NPT Hollow Cone Liquid Nozzle for Cooling and Washing

EXAIR’s new 1/2 NPT HollowStream liquid atomizing spray nozzle provides a hollow cone spray pattern for pressurized liquids. They are applied to solve many problems including ...
Read More

VENTEX® Passive Isolation Valve

REMBE® Inc. is proud to offer a comprehensive product line to meet any explosion protection needs that may arise. For instance, isolation of interconnected equipment is ...
Read More

Follow IHW!

Subscribe!

Sign up to receive our industry publications for FREE!

Industrial Hygiene

Construction Safety