Dräger Bump Test Station
The Bump Test Station has no requirement of any power source and can thus be used at any location. The easy to use Bump Test Station checks whether the instrument in question is responding to a known concentration of gas. The gas provided by the Bump Test Station flows through the dust and water filter to the sensor(s) confirming correct functionality of the gas detector ensuring compliance with country-specific requirements and regulations, standards, recommendations, etc.
To test the device using a known gas concentration is the only way to guarantee a reliable, precise measurement and functionality against a gas hazard and to ensure correct warnings against them.
If the test is not completed successfully, the device has to be adjusted/calibrated. This calibration is capable of being carried out automatically on the Bump Test Station.
Bump Test Station Product Information, en
Portable Gas Detection - Family Brochure, en
Brochure: Dräger's Guide to Portable Gas Detection (PDF)
Matter with a temperature above its boiling point is said to be a gas. With respect to a human environment (normal conditions), any substance with a boiling point below 20°C at normal pressure is a gas.