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Bacharach Releases Monoxor XR High Range CO Exhaust Gas Analyzer

Monoxor XR ImageBacharach recently introduced the Monoxor XR (extended range) hand-held exhaust gas analyzer for measuring CO (carbon monoxide) in ambient air or directly from the exhaust pipe of forklifts, floor burnishers or other equipment burning propane, gasoline, diesel, or CNG (compressed natural gas).

The Monoxor XR can verify worker safety and achieves compliance with OSHA air quality regulations. It can also be used for engine tuning and diagnostics, resulting in improved equipment efficiency and fuel savings. The Monoxor XR provides visual and audible alarming for instant alerting of personnel to dangerous CO levels.

The expanded measuring range of 80,000 ppm allows technicians to test equipment without risking damage to the gas sensor. Bacharach’s Combustion mobile app allows the user to quickly and easily create and send customizable emissions reports from their smartphones or tablets.

A specialized exhaust probe kit is available for direct connection to various exhaust pipe designs, and a magnetic rubber boot is available to provide a non-slip, secure grip for hands-free testing.

The Monoxor XR employs Bacharach’s B-SMART® sensor technology for pre-calibrated sensor replacement in the field – minimizing downtime, maintenance costs, and overall cost of ownership.

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