FM300

Extech Desktop Formaldehyde Monitor

Extech Desktop Formaldehyde Monitor

Description

The Extech Desktop Formaldehyde Monitor measures formaldehyde concentration, air temperature, and humidity with user-settable audible alarm.

Features

  • Calculates Statistical Weighted Averages Of TWA And STEL
  • CH2O Calibration Function In Fresh Air
  • Internal Memory For Manually Storing Up To 99 Readings With Recall Function
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Excellent for monitoring indoor air quality of areas affected by formaldehyde gas.

Applications: Formaldehyde is used in the manufacture of many industrial and consumer goods. Emissions from some of these items can rise when moisture and heat increase. These emissions are a contributing factor to Sick Building Syndrome, which may lead to itchy eyes and throat, as well as headaches and dizziness. -

  • Glue 
  • Paint 
  • Insulation/Plywood/Fiberboard
  • Timber Paneling/Particleboard
  • Cosmetics 
  • Shampoos 
  • Soap Bars/Body Wash 
  • Lotions 
  • Toothpaste

Features:

  • Visibily Bright LED (green & red) and three facial icons indicate indoor CH2 O warning leve
  • Audible beeping alarm default at 0.08ppm (adjustable)
  • Designed with Electrochemical CH2 O sensor
  • Min/Max CH2 O value recall function
  • CH2 O Calibration function in fresh air
Notable Specifications:
  • Formaldehyde: 0.00 to 5.00ppm
  • Air Temperature: 32 to 122°F (0 to 50°C)
  • Humdity: 10 to 90% RH
  • Dimensions: 6.1 x 3.4 x 3.2"
What's Included:

(1) Desktop Monitor

(1) Universal AC Adapter (100V-240V)

(1) Mulitple Plug Types (US, EU, UK, AUS)

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Extech Desktop Formaldehyde Monitor FM300 Desktop Formaldehyde Monitor
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