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Strong performance for maximum safety and easy handling
You can always rely on the Dräger Pac 8000 for reliable, precise measurement results, even under extreme conditions: The powerful Dräger sensors with low t-90 response time ensure a high response speed. In addition to the standard alarms, you can define further alarm thresholds for TLV (Threshold Limit Values) and STEL (Short Term Exposure Limit).
Ozone (O3) can be detected with the Dräger Pac 8000 at concentrations as low as 0.02 ppm.
The D-Light shows you whether the functionality of the device has been tested and it is ready for use. The housing design also supports your safety: Each sensor variant of the Dräger Pac 8000 is identified by a clearly visible color code. This virtually eliminates the possibility of confusion.
Robust design - even for the harshest conditions
The Pac 8000 can also withstand extreme operating conditions without any problems. The sensors tolerate air pressures between 700 and 1,300 mbar. A membrane filter protects the sensor from penetrating foreign bodies such as dust and liquids. The shock-resistant, chemical-resistant housing meets the requirements of IP68.
User-friendly display with all important information
The large display is designed language-free and shows you the respective gas concentration in an easily recognizable way. Other important information such as remaining time and battery capacity are also displayed. In the dark, the bright backlight ensures that all values can be clearly read.
360° alarm with multiple functions
When the Dräger Pac 8000 measures dangerous gas concentrations, it warns you acoustically, visually and with a noticeable vibration. Two bright flashing LEDs at the top and bottom of the device ensure that the alarm is clearly visible from all sides. The acoustic signal reaches a volume of 90 dB. The peak concentration measured in each case can be called up on the display. Acknowledged alarms can also be called up later.
Event logger for analyses and reports
The Dräger Pac 8000 stores concentrations and events with date and time. The data can be downloaded to the PC via an interface (accessory, not included) and processed there.
All device variants of the Pac 8000 are equipped with extremely durable Dräger sensors and a powerful battery. The Pac 8000 is protected against water, dust or other foreign substances by a special membrane filter. If it becomes heavily soiled during use, you can replace the filter yourself quickly and easily. This means that the device can be used again immediately.
Function tests and calibrations can be performed particularly efficiently in the Dräger X-dock calibration station. The automatic gassing tests in the X-dock are an economical and convenient solution due to the short test duration and exceptionally low test gas consumption. The Dräger Pac 8000 is simply inserted into the bump test station and automatically selects the correct mode.
|Daeger Pac 8000|
|Dimensions (without clip) (W x H x D)||64 x 84 x 20 mm|
|Weight||Approx. 106 g (113 g with clip)|
|Battery life||Min. 2 years (O2 and dual sensors min. 12 months)|
|Air pressure||700 to 1,300 hPa|
|Humidity||10 to 90 % Relative humidity, non-condensing|
|Temperature||-30 °C to +55 °C (depending on the sensor for a short time 1 hour up to -40 °C)|
|Approval||cCSAus, IECEx, ATEX, CE|
Ozone is sometimes called "activated oxygen". It is the triatomic form of oxygen that we breathe in its diatomic form. Ozone is the second most powerful disinfectant in the world and safely removes odors without residue.
Interestingly, ozone occurs quite frequently in nature, e.g. from a lightning strike during a thunderstorm. In fact, that " spring rain" smell we notice after a thunderstorm results from the natural production of ozone. Ozone is probably more familiar in the context of the ozone layer that envelops our planet. This ozone is produced by the sun's ultraviolet rays. It protects us from the sun's UV rays and acts as a UV filter.
Yes, by the smell. Ozone is an invisible gas with a characteristic odor. A particularly sensitive human nose can possibly detect ozone at a concentration of 0.0076 parts per million (ppm), but at the latest at 0.03 ppm everyone should be able to smell ozone. In comparison, the air quality limit for harmlessness is 0.06 ppm. This means that ozone can be smelled before it reaches an unhealthy concentration. At elevated concentrations above 0.06 ppm, ozone may begin to smell unpleasant to sensitive noses. The big advantage, in rooms with increased concentration nobody would stay voluntarily for a long time. It would be completely natural to leave the room. .
Although ozone is a very strong oxidant, it has a very short life span. In the process of odor elimination, the extra oxygen atom is also consumed. The use of ozone is safe because we can smell ozone even in very low concentrations. So, if ozone is released during cleaning, it would be noticed immediately because the smell of ozone at a concentration of 1.5 ppm is considered so disgusting that we would be able to stand it for a long time in such an environment. It is just as if we were entering a room full of smoke.
Practically all areas of application have something to do with cleaning, hygiene, sterilisation, disinfection or odour control in air or water. Therefore, the range of ozone is a large field of application.
Once ozone has been formed by the generator and is discharged into the room, a portion immediately decays back to oxygen. This process is caused by the more natural decay of the chemical instability of ozone. The process just mentioned is accelerated by the presence of walls, wallpaper, etc. Neutralization of odor by organic material also removes ozone. Moreover, ozone has a short half-life, which means that within a maximum of 30 minutes the ozone content in the treated room is halved. This in turn means that after each additional 30 minute period there will be half as much ozone left as there was at the beginning of the 30 minute period. This is similar to a degression of 16; 8; 4; 2; 1. In practice, the half-life is usually less than 30 minutes, due to bacterial and other contaminants in the air. Consequently, ozone, although very powerful, does not last long in indoor air.
Yes! Ozone can kill bacteria, fungi and mold spores in the air and on surfaces. This eliminates the most common causes of food spoilage. Some foods are treated directly, some are treated only in the surrounding air during storage, processing, protective atmosphere
Ozone is very reactive and has a half-life of about 30 minutes. Thus, the ozone level decreases very quickly. The treated rooms must not be entered for at least 6 hours after the end of the ozone generator's runtime and then ventilated for another 2 hours.
When treating vehicles, the ozone generator should be placed in the passenger footwell. The ventilation should be set to recirculation and level 1. In the case of a sedan, it is important to fold down the rear seat bench so that the ozone also reaches the trunk. Please treat cars with ozone only outdoors and lock it so that nobody opens the car during the treatment. After the treatment, please wait for 1 hour and then ventilate the vehicle well for 2 hours. Please read the handling instructions for motor vehicles.