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    Default Calibration Gas Guides

    Hey guys, I've put together a list of common calibration gas defaults for gas detectors over on my web site, and I'm in the process of going through each gas detector out there and making a video on how to calibrate them. Obviously they're free to all, and I'll be writing up little PDF guides with better quality pictures once I get some spare time (and a better camera).

    Currently I'm using a Meijer bought POS digital camera, but I figured better to have them out there for people.

    List of Calibration gas defaults:
    http://idealcalibrations.com/Calibra...sDefaults.aspx

    How To Videos:
    http://idealcalibrations.com/manufacturers.aspx

    I don't have them all up yet, as I'm doing these after hours on my own time, but any suggestions for gas monitors you'd like to see would be appreciated by me. I'd like to eventually have a guide for everything from proper filter replacement up to internal pump diaphragm cleaning and replacement in addition to calibration, but I have to start somewhere.

    As always, I'll plug the family blog here as well, as my father is highlighting some of the videos there:
    http://incidentcommander.blogspot.com/

    James Moore
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    Great Idea!


    We are currently using the Scott Scout and recalibrate ourselves. A video would be a great instruction tool for our newer members

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    Default Scout

    I don't have a Scout here right now, and I don't see them very often unfortunately.

    If you want, next time you need to calibrate it, if you send it my way I'll cal it for free with my gas and make a video for you guys. I'd really like to get myself a video for every monitor out there, so it'd really be a big help to me.

    James
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