Introducing the Revolutionary QuantiFit2TM – True Advancement in Respirator Fit Testing

OHD, LLLP is proud to present the next generation of fit testing instrumentation, the QuantiFit2TM, which utilizes OHD’s scientifically proven and patented Controlled Negative Pressure (CNP) technology. The revolutionary QuantiFit2 allows users to break free from traditional respirator fit testing restraints.

The QuantiFit2 reportedly offers battery power for ultimate portability, AutoStart functionality for touchless testing, and Bluetooth capability to test from across a fire bay, outdoors or another room entirely. Color animations guide the user through each fit test exercise. Coupled with an industry first Lifetime Warranty, the QuantiFit2 advances respirator fit testing to new heights.

“The introduction of the QuantiFit2 into to the health and safety market is a huge step for the respiratory protection industry. The technical enhancements along with streamlined user capabilities allow for a modern, and much needed, advancement in our field” said Luke Allen, president, OHD.

The QuantiFit2 could allow you to test countless individuals simultaneously with the use of our new OHD Logic Software, and as always, you can complete a fit test within 2 minutes.
For more information, visit https://ohdusa.com.

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