Twice a day, every day… that’s how often you have to charge most portable gas detectors, until now. The Multi Gas Clip Pump (MGC Pump) from Gas Clip Technologies is the only portable multi gas detector with an internal sampling pump that can run 52 hours continuously without a charge.
A Long-Lasting Family Tradition
The MGC Pump follows in the long line of portable gas detectors by Gas Clip Technologies that last and last and last. Being able to go a long time between charges is a family tradition.
The Secret to a Long Life
Like our MGC, the MGC Pump uses low-power photometric infrared technology to detect combustible gases (LEL) rather than age-old pellistor technology. The MGC Pump uses an IR source which conserves power and helps the battery last and last.
Ergonomic Design Makes for a Good Fit
The MGC Pump is also designed for comfort. The reduced, sloping shape of the holding area at the bottom of the instrument makes the MGC Pump a comfortable fit in the hands of your workers. It is fully submersible and simple to operate. The MGC Pump offers a one button design and the largest LCD screen in the industry so it’s easy to read.
Calibrate the MGC Pump Once Every 12 Months
Other multi gas detectors require calibration anywhere from 1 to 3 months. The MGC Pump can go 12 months without being calibrated. This is an added benefit of IR sensing technology because IR is immune to pellistor sensor poisons such as silicone or H2S.
52 hour continuous run time
1 year calibration cycle
Will work in inert environments, no need for oxygen
Continuous 1-second data logging (> 2 months typical capacity)
Full function self-test upon activation
Sensors, battery and circuitry continuous
Full 2 years
1/8” barbed fitting
Sample from up to 75 ft. (23 m), approximately 2 ft/second with 1/8” tubing
0 – 100.0 PPM (0.1 PPM increments)
0 – 500 PPM (1 PPM increments)
0 – 100.0 %LEL (0.1% LEL increments)
0 – 30.0 % vol. (0.1% vol. increments)
H2S, CO, O2
Single plug-in electrochemical cell
Plug-in Infrared (IR) or Pellistor
User Message, Language, Low Alarm, High Alarm, STEL Alarm, TWA Alarm, TWA Method, TWA Interval, STEL Interval, SAFE, Maintenance Notification, Self-test Lock, Dock Lock, Pump Test, Sensor Enable, Calibration Interval, Bump Interval, Calibration Gas
Class 1, Division 1, Group A, B, C, and D Class 1, Zone 0, AEx ia IIC T4 Ga C22.2 No.’s 0, 152, 157
Ex ia IIC T4 Ga IECEx CSA xx.xxxxx IEC 60079-0:2011, 60079-11:2011, 60079-26:2006
SIRA 13 ATEX ****X CE II 1 G Ex ia IIC T4 Ga EN 60079-0:2012, 60079-11:2012, 60079-26:2007 EN 50270 ANSI/ISA S12.13.01 UL-913