The Industrial Scientific Tango TX1 Single Gas CO Meter has continued to thrive in the region throughout 2017 with more and more first responders concerned about CO related incidents. Most recently the Rockland County Emergency Medical Services has taken delivery of more than 100 Tango Single Gas CO Meters. The meters will be distributed among first responders providing front-line emergency medical care to the people of Rockland County.
The CO meters will warn first responding EMTs and paramedics of the potential presence of carbon monoxide. This information will allow first responders to better care for individuals who may be ill as a result of carbon monoxide poisoning, while also protecting themselves from a potential dangerous situation.
The Tango TX1 is the first ever single gas monitor that uses two sensors to detect the same gas. The patent pending DualSense™ Technology makes users of the TX1 up to 85 times safer than single sensor meters. For details on availability and pricing on the Tango TX1 please contact the AAA Emergency main office or your local sales representative.
The Industrial Scientific Tango TX1 in the first ever single gas monitor that uses two sensors to detect the same gas. The patent pending DualSense™ Technology makes users of the TX1 85 times safer. The unit offers a 3 year warranty from the original purchase date.
Longer battery life is attained as the unit is capable of operating in the “always-on” mode for three years. After the battery can no longer support instrument life, it can be replaced for another three years of continuous operation. In addition, the Tango TX1 offers a louder instrument alarm with 100 db at 10 centimeters, making it twice as loud as the Industrial Scientific GasBadge series, and louder than another other single gas meter on the market.
Available in CO, H2S, NO2, and SO2, the Tango TX1 is the next big thing in single gas detection!
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The Rye Fire Department has taken delivery of three Industrial Scientific Ventis MX4 multi-gas meters along with the Calibration Station.
The Ventis MX4, which senses combustible gases, oxygen deficiency, carbon monoxide, and hydrogen sulfide, will provide readings and warnings to firefighters. Also, the new gas detectors will allow firefighters to evaluate carbon monoxide alarms in homes and buildings. Along with the meters, Rye FD has purchased a calibration station that allows them to recharge batteries, calibrate, and check the sensors in their meters on a timely basis in order to comply with all OSHA requirements.
Special thanks to Lt. Kurt Tietjen and FF John McDwyer for the effort they put into making the transition to the Ventis MX4.