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Sulfur Dioxide (SO2) Calibration Gas plays a critical role in ensuring the accuracy and reliability of toxic gas detectors or sensors, particularly in the demanding environments of the marine industry. SO2, a chemical compound with the formula SO2, is a toxic gas recognized for its distinct smell, akin to burnt matches. Calibration becomes imperative to maintain the precision of detection equipment, allowing for the timely identification and mitigation of potential hazards. Available in various mixtures and conveniently packaged in 3.4L, 6L or 10L refillable cylinders, these calibration gases cater to diverse calibration needs. The calibration gas complies with IMPA standards, ensuring the highest quality for maritime applications. Furthermore, each calibration gas cylinder is accompanied by a Certificate of Analysis, providing users with essential documentation and peace of mind regarding the gas’s composition and conformity to NIST standards.
The traceability to NIST (National Institute of Standards and Technology) standards guarantees the accuracy of the calibration process, instilling confidence in the reliability of gas detection systems. This meticulous calibration is especially crucial in the marine industry, where the potential for hazardous gas leaks is heightened. By calibrating detectors with precision, maritime professionals can enhance safety protocols, mitigate risks, and uphold the well-being of crew members and the marine environment. The SO2 Calibration Gas emerges as an indispensable tool, contributing to the seamless operation and safety compliance within the marine industry.
Available volumes of refillable cylinders: 3.4L / 6L / 10L
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