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Airsystems Monitor Calibration Kits, Accessories & Sensors

Manufacturer: Airsystems

Product Code: BBK-20

Airsystem Monitor Calibration Kits, Accessories & Sensors


Monitor calibration should be done monthly or whenever the reading may be questionable. Use only Air Systems’ gas concentration or an inaccurate calibration may occur.


 

c O monitor calibration Kit - small cylinders
model No. Description
BBK-20 Calibration kit for CO monitor - 20 ppm CO, zero air, regulator, tubing, and hard case, 17 liter size disposable cylinders
BBK-10 Calibration kit for CO monitor - 10 ppm CO, zero air, regulator, tubing, and hard case, 17 liter size disposable cylinders, for Canadian CO monitor settings

 

c O monitor calibration Kit - Large cylinders
model No. Description
BBK-20103 Calibration Kit - 20 ppm CO gas, zero air, preset regulator, tubing and case, 103 liter size disposable cylinders
BBK-10103 Calibration Kit - 10 ppm CO gas, zero air, preset regulator, tubing and case, 103 liter size disposable cylinders, for Canadian CO monitor settings

 

Replacement cylinders and Regulators
model No. Description
  17 Liter Replacement Disposable cylinders
BBG-00 Zero air, 17 liters
BBG-10 10 ppm CO - for Canadian calibration requirements, 17 liters
BBG-20 20 ppm CO - for US and other countries, 17 liters
BBG-O2 Oxygen sensor test gas, 20.9% in nitrogen, 17 liters
BBK-R17 Calibration regulator for 17 liter cylinders, preset flow at 300 cc
  103 Liter Replacement Disposable c ylinders
BBG-00103 Zero air, 103 liters
BBG-10103 10 ppm CO - for Canadian requirements, 103 liters
BBG-20103 20 ppm CO - for US and other countries, 103 liters
BBG-O2103 Oxygen sensor test gas, 20.9% in nitrogen, 103 liters
BBK-R103 Calibration regulator and gauge for 103 liter cylinders, preset flow at 300 cc

 

Replacement sensors for Air systems’ Airline monitors
model No. Description
c O-91Ns New CO sensor for CO-91 series monitors
c O2-O2 New Oxygen sensor for CO2-91 series monitors


calibration gasses are considered hazardous material and incure hazmat fee when shipping.

 

How Often should I calibrate my Airline monitor?

Air systems recommends calibrating our c O-91 series breathing air monitors monthly. If monthly calibrations are not followed, the monitor should be recalibrated at least every six months from the last calibration prior to use.

Zero Air - when calibrating the monitor, Zero Air is used to achieve a true zero reading on the monitor before using the carbon monoxide (c O) test gas. Zero air removes all background interference gasses.

carbon monoxide (c O) - Use only 10-20 ppm cO gas for calibration. Using a higher concentration on may decrease accuracy at lower scale readings. Note: 10 ppm gas must be used to satisfy canadian calibration requirements.

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