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    I am looking for input and opinions for you guys and gals out there. Does your department have a 4 gas meter and what kind is it and tell me the pros and cons. I am looking for info for my vol. dept. My paid dept has a couple different ones and I have used and like them both. Just want to see what you guys think. Thanks
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    We have an MSA, but can't remember the type....... We like it. Very easy to use. You can calibrate it and change out sensors yourself, without having to send it out someplace like our old TMX did....... Very easy to use. Stores the Maximum readings (Minimum for O2 sensor) for you to refer back to as needed.......
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    Yog, 77's right, we also have a MSA, as do most of MABAS 39. Seem's to me it came with everything including the pump for confined space. Sensor are not to pricie. Just fyi we bought our's at Airgas in Davenport saved some money.

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    Originally posted by trainer
    Yog, 77's right, we also have a MSA, as do most of MABAS 39. Seem's to me it came with everything including the pump for confined space. Sensor are not to pricie. Just fyi we bought our's at Airgas in Davenport saved some money.
    Actually, ours has an internal pump....... It always runs. If you need your hose, just connect it and you are ready..........

    Also, it runs on AA batteries so you can keep spares in the case and they are cheap!!
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