Carbon Monoxide Monitoring
Breathe with Confidence
The Bullard Carbon Monoxide (CO) Monitor sounds an alarm when CO levels exceed either OSHA or CSA maximum thresholds. CO Monitors can duplicate local alarms found on the Clean Air Box and signal isolated workers of respiratory threats.
Features & Benefits
Polycarbonate Pelican® cases
Use a portable or wall-mounted CO Monitor & Alarm
Audible and Visual Alarms
Provides audible (93 dB) and visual alarms for high CO, low battery, and low airflow
Calibration in approximately 90 seconds
Battery or AC Power
Monitor operates on a 9-volt battery or 110-volt AC power. Backup battery power supply capability is standard on all units.
Continuous Monitoring for Carbon Monoxide
This compact, durable unit connects easily to any compressed breathing air source (connection kit included). The monitor is factory set to sound a 93 dB alarm when CO level exceeds 10 ppm, the OSHA limit. Monitors are also available with a CO alarm set point of 5 ppm to meet CSA and certain international requirements. External operation lights show green for normal and red for alarm for easy visual monitoring. An alarm jack to allow connection to remote alarm devices is standard. Monitors operate on 9-volt battery or 110-volt AC power. Backup battery power supply capability is standard on all units.
Audible/Visual Remote Alarms
Bullard alarm units have been designed to provide a remote alarm capability for the Clean Air Box line of filtration systems. Their function is to duplicate local alarms found on the Clean Air Box and to signal workers in a remote location that there is an alarm condition with the system. These alarms act as a valuable early warning device for an isolated worker allowing a safe egress from a hazardous work environment.
Bullard’s Clean Air Box utilizes auto-calibration – one of our most valued features! Read about calibration from ISHN.