The Dräger CSE Connect software solution digitises the exchange of information during clearance measurement procedures. The data transfer between the smartphone app and web application takes place via a cloud connection. The Dräger X-am® 8000 gas detection device communicates directly with the smartphone app. This helps you manage your measurement orders more efficiently and cost-effectively.
Product category: Measuring equipment for explosive & toxic atmosphere
Dräger X-am® 8000
Clearance measurement was never this easy and convenient: The 1 to 7 gas detector detects toxic and flammable gases as well as vapours and oxygen all at once – either in pump or diffusion mode. Innovative signalling design and handy assistant functions ensure complete safety throughout the process.
The selective PID gas measurement device is ideal for users who frequently test for hazardous toxic substances. Benzene, butadiene and other volatile organic compounds (VOCs) are carcinogenic even in the smallest concentrations. Selective measurement is necessary because other gases and vapours are often also present. The gas measurement device allows for short test times and laboratory-quality results.
Robust, simple to maintain and easy to clean – the CVA 0700 offers top performance for a variety of applications. With a breathing air consumption of an average of 300 – 400 litres per minute (depending on the compressed air supply) the CVA 0700 offers a cost-efficient, safe and comfortable constant flow suit system.
Dräger X-plore® 1900 is a high-performance, single-use dust mask for protection against fine dust and particles. The premium particle filtering mask is available in two sizes, combining ease of use, exceptional comfort and optimal fit. For the highest degree of safety – even for people wearing spectacles.
Simplifying your operational processes: Remote monitoring offers you a supervised solution for maintenance work as well as saving you process steps such as repetitive clearance measurements. Visualise measurement and fault data in real time using modern cloud-based systems.
Live information from the field: Through intelligent calibration systems, such as the X-dock station, valuable data is produced as part of daily functional tests. In turn, this data can be used to effectively monitor employees in hazardous work areas. Moreover, it helps you to send reports automatically as well as giving you a clear picture of alarms and exposures that have occurred.
Dräger manufactures medical and safety technology products. In so doing, we protect, support, and save people's lives around the world in hospitals, with fire departments, emergency services, authorities, and in mining as well as industry.
Founded in Lübeck in 1889, Dräger has grown into a worldwide, listed enterprise in its fifth generation as a family-run business. Dräger has more than 13,000 employees worldwide and is present in over 190 countries around the globe. The company generated revenues of around 2.6 billion euros in 2017.