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The Draeger X-zone 5000 uses wireless technology to automatically connect multiple monitors for the continuous, reliable detection of toxic, combustible and explosive gases.

Ensuring that personnel have the confidence to work worry free, even in the most dangerous environments, these transportable units are quick to deploy and easy to set up.

Issuing a loud alarm as soon as a gas is detected, they also change colour to clearly identify the alarm status.

The areas where gas has been detected are indicated by red visual alarms.

Safe atmospheres and, therefore, a safe escape route are confirmed by green visual alarms.

By simply placing Draeger X-zone 5000 units around potentially dangerous areas or where maintenance or shutdown work is being carried out, these robust, waterproof units will ensure increased levels of safety in any application.

As soon as one of the units detects a gas, it immediately transmits an alarm to each of the others, warning everyone in the area that a danger exists.

At the same time, a loud evacuation alarm is emitted and a patented 360 alarm amplifier ensures that it is heard with the same intensity in all directions.

Up to 25 Draeger X-zones can be used at any one time, forming a complete wireless network to suit the specific application, including those where an explosion hazard might exist.

In addition to Zone 0 Atex performance, they also offer a lower cost of ownership by combining flexible monitoring capabilities with a long sensor life and enhanced battery performance.

Allowing gas ingress from every side, it can be fitted with up to four sensors to detect as many as five gases at once.

The Drager X-zone 5000 provides simultaneous measurement of gases and vapours such as hydrocarbons, hydrogen and other explosive, combustible or toxic gases.

Unlike portable instruments that usually leave the scene with the wearer, the Draeger X-zone 5000 can be left in situ for up to 120 hours continuous operation, issuing an alarm as long as the danger exists.

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