The Best Gas Monitoring For Mining

by Hassan Abbas

The smart sense fixed monitor is a useful gas monitor for underground mining environments with a 360° alarm system. With additional analog and digital output, this offers the chance to monitor four different gases in a compact monitor. Including programmable alarm set points and a calibration record, this device can serve as a black box for any gas monitoring any mining site with high accuracy.

As well as being an extremely accurate gas monitor that is flexible and portable, this device offers precision and rugged capabilities with external inputs per customer expansion. This monitor can operate in some of the world’s most hostile environments and it offers easy calibration with gas sensors that are dedicated to reliability. 

Auto-adjustable backlights ensure that underground and surface applications receive messages and access critical functions that are required for gas monitoring support. All employees will be able to maintain productivity and read the face of the monitor with ease. A wide range of mounting options for the monitor makes it simple to place on equipment or keep at the side of any operator. 

As mining sites expand, having portable monitors like this one ensures that employees remain protected throughout their working day. The controls for short-term exposure limits and time-weighted average limits are displayed on the unit and they can be changed to suit each mining environment as required. The gas monitoring system is also built to stand an operating temperature of +40 degrees and -20 degrees. The Noncondensing IP rating of ip67 ensures that this is a device that can suit any type of hostile working environment. 

If you are in need of quality gas monitoring devices for your business, consult with Becker Mining today for more info. 

This post was written by Justin Tidd, Director at Becker Mining Communications! For over 15 years, Becker Communications has been the industry’s leader in Gas Monitoring System and electrical mining communication systems. As they expanded into surface mining, railroads, and tunneling they added wireless communication systems, handheld radios, tagging and tracking systems, as well as gas monitoring.

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