Air and gas measurement
BAUER’s new online gas measurement systems ensure certified safety at all times. Even when your compressor is operated and maintained in line with professional standards, critical conditions may cause breathing air to become contaminated with hazardous substances. The consequences may be serious, endangering health or even life.
Breathing air thus requires continuous monitoring. BAUER’s new B-DETECTION range now provides three ultra-reliable gas measurement systems that cover every need.
When air cylinders are filled, major operating errors that coincide with heavily contaminated ambient air may have serious consequences for you or your customers. The same applies when cheap or technically unsuitable sensors are used, giving unreliable measurement of breathing air. At BAUER, we have responded by developing the new B-DETECTION range of online gas measurement systems. B-DETECTION offers reliable performance at all times in even the most challenging environments, plus an array of advantages.
With the AEROTEST SIMULTAN HP portable breathing air tester to measure cleanliness, you will always be on the safe side! Increasing damage to the environment and enforced regulations for breathing air quality such as DIN EN 12021 mean that the requirements to be met by the operators of filling stations are getting stricter all the time. Read more
B-DETECTION PLUS i and s
B-DETECTION PLUS i and s: integrated in the BAUER high-pressure compressor or as a stand-alone system for wall mounting. The online gas measurement system B-DETECTION PLUS i and s monitors the quality of the compressed air: Measurement of CO, CO₂, O₂ as well as optional absolute humidity and oil (VOC)¹. Read more
B-DETECTION PLUS m
B-DETECTION PLUS m is a compact, portable all-in-one solution that gives you the freedom to perform reliable breathing air measurement wherever and whenever you need to. Like the stationary models, the B-DETECTION PLUS m delivers completely reliable, ultra-precise readings to monitor compliance with DIN EN 12021:2014 limits for CO, CO₂, O₂ and – optionally – absolute humidity and total oil values (VOC)¹. Read more