Increase Life of Instruments

Gas Detectors require regular maintenance service.  These detectors typically use Electro-Chemical (EC) sensors, that are similar to a battery, in design. Most Electro-Chemical (EC) sensors have a typical shelf and working life of 2-3 years. Manufacturers place date codes on each sensor that indicate the year of manufacture.  Sensors should be replaced at regular service intervals to prevent failure during use.

Typical maintenance service includes: sensor replacement, filter replacement, pump cleaning, battery and sample tube replacement.  Safety Instruments provides a written estimate that itemizes all labor and parts required prior to performing any repairs.  As outlined in OSHA 1910.146(d)(4), the employer must provide equipment that is properly maintained.

Sales and Customer Service

Contact Customer Service Toll Free at 1-877-832-4737 for help in selecting the best air monitor for your application. Our inside sales dept. have experienced professionals that can answer all your questions regarding this equipment.