Use ChemDAQ’s SafeCide 2.0 Portable Monitor to find hot spots throughout your plant. The handheld device provides accurate, real-time measurements of toxic Peracetic Acid vapors surrounding your spray bars and cabinets, dip tanks, chillers, and Food Safety Inspection service stations.
On-the-spot measurements of chemical vapors in parts per million (PPM)
Bluetooth sensor works up to 30 feet for added worker safety and convenience
Track and export exposure data to the cloud for ongoing analysis
Receive messaging alerts by email
Industrial Hygiene Mode for Time Weighted Average (TWA) exposure
Solely relying on the ventilation system in a wet protein processing plant is risky. ChemDAQ’s Steri-Trac 2 Area Monitor connects to your air handling systems to control both ventilation and air extraction based on Peracetic Acid exposure levels.
You can also install this stationery monitor in hot spots throughout your plant to keep workers safe around-the-clock.
Outputs both visual and audible alerts to proactively prevent exposure
Fixed display using an acrylic stand or wall mount
Easy to set up and use
Produces an “Impending Alert” when exposure is approaching unsafe limits
Collects and stores exposure data in the cloud for ongoing analysis and reporting
Our E-Cell® Sensor provides a truly accurate reading of Peracetic Acid vapors due to an innovative filter that removes all H2O2. Unlike other suppliers, ChemDAQ’s patent-pending sensor is calibrated with Peracetic Acid test gas to ensure top safety and performance. The E-Cell sensor powers our portable SafeCide 2.0 monitor, the stationary Steri-Trac 2+ Area monitor, and the water-resistant iSCI monitor.
“We use the Safecide portable monitor throughout our production process and in various areas of the plant. The monitor is simple to use, easy to carry, and displays real-time results on a bright green background that’s easy to read as we walk through the facility.”
- C.W., PLANT SAFETY MANAGER
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