Who is responsible for calibrating your atmospheric monitor used in confined space rescue. Do you use a backup monitor as well?
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07-18-1999, 09:19 AM #1billyFirehouse.com Guest
Calibrating Atmospheric Monitors
07-18-1999, 11:38 AM #2e33Firehouse.com Guest
Our rescue services division officers generally calibrate the monitors. There are 2 AIM (600 series maybe?) 4 gas detectors. We have the calibration kit to do the process in house. Sensors are relativley easy to change, but we had a problem last time with calibarion being off and had to send them back to AIM. Looking into MSA Passport monitor as a tertiary backup monitor.
07-19-1999, 05:36 AM #3TEKRSQFirehouse.com Guest
We have 2 Survivair 4 gas monitors. We have the calibration gas in house, but we send them out to have sensors repaired.
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