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XgardIQ – the intelligent choice

26 October 2017

Worker safety and minimal maintenance downtime are at the forefront of industry requirements.  Crowcon’s XgardIQ detector remote sensor assembly allows you to further improve your site safety and reduces time spent conducting routine maintenance.

Crowcon’s fixed XgardIQ detector now features remote sensor assembly, allowing the gas sensor to be located where gas leaks are most likely to happen – areas  such as air ducts, tanks, and storage locations.  Meanwhile, the XgardIQ transmitter, with its display screen and push-button controls, is located where it’s easy and safe to access – up to 15m away.

XgardIQ is compatible with sensor modules for a variety of gases, including flammable, toxic, and oxygen.  It also auto-configures to the appropriate gas type, range, unit, and alarm levels – the details of which are stored in the smart sensor module.  Along with its simple functionality, XgardIQ helps minimise a site’s training needs.

XgardIQ already provides significant safety benefits over conventional gas detectors.  Sensor recalibration on conventional fixed-point gas detectors usually requires physical disassembly of the transmitter.  XgardIQ sensor modules can be quickly and simply “hot swapped” without a hot-work permit, either for replacement with a new pre-calibrated replacement module, or for temporary removal to a safe area for calibration.  Avoiding the need for a hot-work permit can save hours or even days of delays to your work. 

XgardIQ – the intelligent choice.

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