FM200

Extech Handheld Formaldehyde Meter

Extech Handheld Formaldehyde Meter

Description

The Extech Handheld Formaldehyde Meter measures formaldehyde concentration, air temperature, and humidity.

Features

  • Designed With Electrochemical CH2O Sensor
  • Built-In Bumper That Allows The Fan Inside The Sensor To Draw In Gas Quickly
  • Min/Max And Data Hold
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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 manufacturers 
  • Insulation/Plywood/Fiberboard 
  • Timber Paneling/Particleboard 
  • Cosmetics 
  • Shampoos 
  • Soap Bars/Body Wash

Features:

  • Audible alarm default at 0.08ppm (adjustable)
  • Sensor LED indication where green indicates sensor is connected properly and power is on, red LED shows the fan is in working condition (active = flashing red; inactive = solid red)
  • Low battery indicator
  • Auto power off with disable
  • 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)
  • Relative Humidity: 10% to 90% RH
  • Dimensions: 6.3 x 2.4 x 1.6"
What's Included:

(1) Soft Tube (approx. 1ft)

(1) Sensor With 2.1ft cable

(6) AAA Batteries

(1) Carrying Case

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Extech Handheld Formaldehyde Meter FM200 Handheld Formaldehyde Meter
$429.99
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