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Sampling pump module

October 5, 2012
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The new SM100 Sampling Pump Module from General Monitors draws combustible or toxic gases at 0.05 to 1 LPM from monitored areas to a gas detector, making it easier and cost-effective to measure potentially hazardous gases in areas that are too remote, inaccessible or too cold, hot or wet for direct sensor monitoring. The user-friendly SM100 Sampling Pump Module supplies gas for up to three gas detectors, which is useful for monitoring multiple gases in a single line.general-monitors_300px.jpg

General Monitors, www.generalmonitors.com, (800) 330-9161. Circle 311

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