Air-Met Scientific will display a self-contained M40 calibration station at Safety In Action and Materials & Manual Handling. It calibrates the M40 Multi Gas Monitor without a PC.
To perform a calibration or bump test, users push a button. While not in use the M-Cal charges. If a calibration or bump test certificate is required, a serial printer can be connected. Single and six-unit calibration stations are available.
The M-Cal Calibration Station complements Air Met's range of sampling and monitoring instruments, many of which will be on display at the company's Safety In Action and Materials & Manual Handling stand from 21 to 23 March.
The company will also be displaying portable and fixed gas detectors, sound level meters, noise dosimeters, air sampling pumps, vibration monitors, environmental instruments and monitors, radiation monitors and heat stress monitors, detector tubes, and indoor air quality monitors.