Take the Pain out of Gas Detector Maintenance

Take the Pain out of Gas Detector Maintenance

Monday, February 24, 2020

Maintaining the lifesaving safety equipment that your workers depend on is an important, challenging, and often overlooked job. If you purchase gas detectors, you’re responsible for ensuring that the instruments are working properly and will be ready at a moment’s notice to alert your workers to potential hazards. But it can be difficult to know when there is an issue, what the issue is, how long it could take to fix it, and how much it will cost. Maintenance quickly becomes a costly headache.

When time is limited and repairs are critical, it’s not unusual for routine gas detector maintenance to slip off the radar. Bump tests and calibrations are not challenging or time consuming, but can be tough to fit into your day when countless other tasks compete for your attention. The busier your days, the harder it is to devote time to a gas monitor that may not be showing outward signs of wear. That’s when the daily bump tests and monthly calibrations get delayed and eventually forgotten, leaving workers at risk.

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