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All static and dynamic tests of the Dräger Quaestor 5000 take place semi-automatically as a sophisticated combination of personal handling and automated control during the test sequence. The newly developed software supports the user with intuitive user guidance.
It combines intelligent manual operation with technical sophistication to accelerate the test sequence. On the one hand there are processes, such as the control of the high pressure valve, which are fully automated. On the other hand certain individual tests require manual user intervention. With the Dräger Quaestor 5000 a test device is available that has been especially designed for respiratory protection workshops with moderate test volumes.
The Dräger Quaestor 5000 can test full-face masks, chemical protection suits, airline breathing equipment and compressed air breathing apparatus for functionality and leak tightness. The integrated artificial lung further permits dynamic simulated breathing tests. The high-precision and manufacturer-independent measurements are carried out according to EN 137 and vfdb guideline 0840-02.
Due to its small dimensions the Dräger Quaestor 5000 takes up only little space in the respiratory protection workshop. A reduced weight (max. 21 kg with test head) and a convenient carrying handle allow easy transportation, e.g. in service vehicles. A workbench fixture, included in the scope of supply for the base unit, ensures a stable alignment during testing.
The test head can be turned without restriction and removed as required. This flexibility allows the user to tailor the test design even more individually and comfortably to his requirements. The gel face of the test head which emulates the elasticity of the human facial skin optimizes the tight fit for all common mask sizes.
The included software contains a comprehensive database of preinstalled amendable device data. With user notices and graphic elements the manual test steps are presented comprehensibly even for inexperienced users. After every completed test a test result report is created for documentation purposes. An optionally applied test-due list provides timely information about tests that are due. The software also permits a customerspecific design of the test sequences, events and intervals.
The QSI Box provides a noise insulation for the low pressure warning resulting in a significantly reduced noise perception by the user. A specially designed bracket ensures a comfortable rest position of the manometer or Dräger Bodyguard® during the test. In addition a holder for all mask-helmet combinations can be upgraded to the test head. Furthermore, a compressed air breathing apparatus holder allows for a positioning at eye level.
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All static and dynamic tests of the Dräger Quaestor 6000 take place semi-automatically as a sophisticated combination of personal handling and automated control during the test sequence. The software supports you with intuitive user guidance.