Monitoring compressed air purity compliance
A total solution with the all-in-one portable Series 600 portable air purity analyser that measures dew point, oil vapour, particle concentration and pressure with one unit.
Easy to use colour touchscreen interface with guided measurement Data logger, PDF report generator and USB output port
Integral rugged transport case for easy mobility.
External ports for quick connection and reduced set up time.
Optional purpose designed Isokinetic sampler with flow measurement for ISO 8573 compliant particle measurement.
PARTICLE CONCENTRATION MEASUREMENT
• 0.1… 0.5 µm, 0.5… 1.0 µm, 1.0… 5.0µm
Measurement methods according to ISO 8573 standards (together with isokinetic sampling device)
• Latest laser detection technology
• Smallest particle size 50% per JIS, bigger sizes 100% per JIS
DEW POINT MEASUREMENT
• Large ranges (-100°… +20°C) thanks to the unique multiple sensor technology
• Long-term stable and well-proven measurement methods
• High precision with an accuracy of ± 2 °C
OIL VAPOR MEASUREMENT
• Latest photoionisation detector (PID) with self-calibration
• Wide range of oil vapor concentration (0.001… 10.000 mg/m³)
• High precision with 5% of reading ± 0.003 mg/m³ accuracy
• State of the art sensor technology
• Additional quality data about the compressed air system
PLUG & PLAY MEASUREMENTS WITH A TOUCH
• Integrated data logger records all channels in parallel for later analysis and PDF reports creation
• 5’’ touchscreen interface and software guidance to easily run pre-set measurement routines
• Isokinetic sampling device
• Bacterial collector
Fire stations, air quality during air filling applications
In fire stations, monitoring the air quality during air filling applications is crucial for the safety and well-being of the firefighters. Several parameters can be monitored to ensure a safe breathing environment, including CO (carbon monoxide), CO2 (carbon dioxide), PM (particulate matter), oil content, and dew-point. Let’s explore each of these parameters and how they can be monitored.
Carbon Monoxide (CO) Monitoring:
Carbon monoxide is a toxic gas that can be present in the air due to incomplete combustion or other sources. Continuous monitoring of CO levels is essential to detect any potential leaks or unsafe conditions. Portable CO detectors or fixed CO monitors can be used to measure and alert firefighters if CO levels exceed the safe limits.
Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Monitoring:
Carbon dioxide is produced when firefighters exhale and can accumulate in enclosed spaces. High levels of CO2 can lead to discomfort, dizziness, and impaired cognitive function. Monitoring CO2 levels helps ensure that the air remains within safe limits. CO2 monitors can be installed to provide real-time measurements and trigger alarms if concentrations become excessive.
Particulate Matter (PM) Monitoring:
Particulate matter consists of tiny particles suspended in the air, such as dust, soot, and other pollutants. These particles can be harmful to the respiratory system, especially when present in high concentrations. PM monitors can measure the size and number of particles in the air, allowing firefighters to assess and control their exposure to particulate matter.
Oil Content Monitoring:
In air filling applications, oil contamination can occur due to the compressor or other equipment used. Breathing air with oil particles can lead to respiratory issues and pose a fire hazard. Oil content can be monitored using specialized filters or oil mist detectors. Regular checks should be conducted to ensure the air remains free from oil contaminants.
Dew-point refers to the temperature at which air becomes saturated with moisture, causing condensation to occur. In fire stations, it’s important to monitor the dew-point to prevent excess moisture in the air supply. High humidity levels can lead to equipment corrosion and impair the effectiveness of respiratory protection devices. Dew-point sensors can be used to monitor and maintain appropriate moisture levels.
By monitoring these parameters (CO, CO2, PM, oil, and dew-point), fire stations can maintain a safe breathing air environment for firefighters during air filling applications. Regular inspections, maintenance of monitoring equipment, and prompt action in response to alarm triggers are essential to ensure the safety and well-being of the personnel.
Sigma 605 Portable Breathing Air Quality Analyzer
Sigma 605 Portable Breathing Air Analyzer offers a cutting-edge solution designed to ensure the highest standards of safety and quality in breathing air filling stations and breathing air systems. This state-of-the-art analyzer combines advanced technology with exceptional portability, making it the ideal choice for a wide range of industries and applications. The software-guided measurement makes it easy to use and minimizes the risk of error.
Monitoring of the Relevant Parameters
Equipped with advanced sensors, the 605 measures all essential parameters such as oxygen (O2) levels, carbon dioxide (CO2) levels, carbon monoxide (CO) concentration, dew point and oil vapor. The high precision of the sensors ensures accurate readings, empowering operators to maintain optimal air quality and prevent potential health risks.
Following All International Standards
Sigma 605 Breathing Air Analyzer follows all relevant standards, such as EN 12021. The product pre-sets the threshold of different international standards. The user only needs to select and confirm the underlying standard.
Ultra-portable and flexible
One of the key features of the S605 is its compact and lightweight design, allowing for easy transport and operation in various settings. Whether you’re in the field, on a job site, or conducting inspections, this portable analyzer provides instant access to crucial information about the air you breathe.
By integrating a USB port for 4G dongle connection, the S605 can be easily connected to the S4A Software and monitored remotely. This eliminates the need for a Wi-Fi connection. The USB 4G dongle is an optional feature and can be ordered together with the S605 or upgraded later. To use the new feature, a SIM card is required. Get additional information from our instruction video.
Data Logger with Reporting Function
The integrated data logger allows users to log all measurement data for later export and analysis. This data can be used to create powerful PDF reports directly at the point of use. Besides showing the measurement results, sampling point information, customer and service provider information, the report also evaluates the measurement results according to the selected standard and provides an assessment of the breathing air quality.
This integrated PDF generator makes it ideal for audits and spot checks in breathing air applications.
With its unique compactness, plug and play capability and software-guided measurements,Sigma 605 is the most advanced mobile instrument on the market for getting your breathing air processes under control.
• All-in-one portable breathing air monitoring solution
• Accurate Data of O2, CO, CO2, H2O, Oil Vapor and Pressure
• High-resolution 5″ color touch screen
• Ultra-portable and compact design makes it unique
• Powerful PDF breathing air report generator
• USB or optional 4G/LTE interface for data transfer
• Modbus/TCP and Modbus/RTU interface
• Only one gas inlet for all parameters