Draeger Safety

Photo of Draeger Tubes Gas Detection Tubes

Draeger Gas Detection Tubes  are used to detect 100's of different gases. The tubes are glass vials filled with a chemical reagent that reacts to a specific chemical or family of chemicals. A calibrated 100ml sample of air is drawn through the tube with a Draeger Accuro® Bellows Pump. If the targeted chemical(s) is present, the reagent in the tube changes color, and the length of the color change typically indicates the measured concentration. Select the appropriate Draeger-Tube® according to the chemical hazard to be tested and the required measuring range.

For Draeger apparatus. For short-term measurements more than 160 DrŠeger Tubes are available to measure spot concentrations of specific gases. A wide range of different gases and vapors can be detected and measured; Determining and measuring concentration peaks, Measuring personal exposure in the inhalation area, Detecting leaks in pipelines, gas installations etc., and Air analysis in sewers, shafts and confined spaces. Other gas detecting tubes are available. Please inquire for descriptions and prices. * NIOSH Certified tube. 10 tubes/pkg.

Photo of Draeger 4594631 Soft-Side Carrying Case for Accuro Pump and Gas Sampling Tubes

The Draeger Soft-Side Carrying Case is an insulated nylon case with zipper closure, carrying handle and shoulder strap. Includes velcro section dividers for Accuro® Pump and detector tubes or, CMS and chips.

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Photo of Draeger 6400000 Accuro Manual Gas Sampling Tube Pump

The Draeger Tube Accuro Pump draws in 100 ml per stroke. When measuring, the pump body (bellows) is pressed together completely. The exhaust valve is closed during the opening phase of the bellows so that the gas sample flows through the connected Draeger Tube into the pump. After the complete opening of the pump body into its original position the suction process is finished. The end of stroke is visible by a pressure-controlled end of stroke indication, located in the pump head. Frequently, measurements need to take place under extreme conditions, e.g.