Dräger X-am® 5000
- 1 to 5 gas detection device
- for personal air monitoring
- detection of flammable and toxic gases and organic vapours as well as oxygen and harmful concentrations
For improved safety when facing unknown and potentially explosive hazards—the Dräger X-am 5000 provides dependable warnings in the event of explosive atmospheres due to the high level of sensitivity of the innovative catalytic ex sensor. It not only responds quickly to explosive gases and combustible organic vapors, it is also highly resistant against sensor poisons such as silicone and hydrogen sulfide. In combination with its long-term stability, this offers an extraordinarily long sensor lifetime of over four years. This will reduce operational costs.
Equipped with durable XXS sensor technology, the Dräger X-am 5000 offers maximum security at extremely low operational costs. The sensor’s resistance, in combination with its long-term stability, provides the sensor with a lifetime in excess of four years, which can help reduce operational costs.
The optional external pump, which operates with a hose length of up to 45 meters (147 feet) long for the Mark II pump, makes it possible to use the detector for pre-entry measurements into confined spaces such as tanks, shafts, etc. The pump starts automatically when attached to the gas detector.
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X-am 5000 Product Information, en-us
(Acrobat .PDF) The Dräger X-am® 5000 belongs to a generation of gas detectors, developed especially for personal monitoring applications. This 1- to five-gas detector reliably measures combustible gases and vapors as well as O2 and harmful concentrations of toxic gases, organic vapors, odorant and amine.
X-am 5000 Toxic Twins Edition Product Information, en-us
(Acrobat .PDF) Two of the most deadly gases are carbon monoxide (CO) and hydrogen cyanide (HCN) — known as the “toxic twins.” The Dräger X-am® 5000 multi-gas detector protects you by measuring the combined concentration of CO and HCN, plus up to three other gases.
Beware the Toxic Twins: CO+HCN (Infographic)
Dangerous individually, significantly more harmful together Smoke from structural fires produces many toxic gases, including carbon monoxide (CO) and hydrogen cyanide (HCN) – known as the “toxic twins.” Together, they create a chemical asphyxiant that can cause heart attacks at the time of the fire and cancer decades later.
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39 matching Sensor(s)
- Measurable gases
- Ex, O2, CO, H2S, NO2, SO2, + (choice out of 43 sensors)
- Number of gases
- 1 - 5
- Personal Air Monitoring + Confined Space Entry
- Sensor technology
- CAT + EC
- Operation time
- Dimensions (W × H × D)
- 0.05x0.13x0.04 m
- 0.49 lb
- Battery type
- Degree of protection (IP class)
- IP 67
- Dual sensors
- CatEx Fullrange
- Internal pump
- X-am Pump
- X-zone 5500 Area Monitoring
- Bump Test Station
- X-dock Station
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- IECExEx da ia I Ma, Ex da ia IIC T4/T3 Ga
- c CSA us
- Class I Div. 1 Group A, B, C, D, E, F, G T.-Code T4/T3, A/Ex da ia IIC T4/T3 /Ga
- GOST (EAC)
- PO Ex da ia I Ma X, 0Ex da ia IIC T4/T3 Ga X
- Performance approval
- Shipping approval (MED/DNV GL)