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Draeger X-Zone 5000 by DRAEGER SAFETY

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Introducing Drager's new X-Zone 5000 - talk about state-of-the-art area monitoring, this new mobile unit is loud and tough, measuring up to 6 gases. Plugging the Drager X-AM 5000 into the X-Zone 5000 portable unit, delivers an excellent solution for gas detection.

easily maintained mobile area monitor
simple, rapidly deployed unit for routine maintenance and emergency situations
alarm amplifier for the X-AM 5000/5600 series of personal monitors
deployable in any classified hazardous location up through Zone 0
wireless fence line network

Got lots of industrial noise at your facility? Well this unit is loud.....up to 108 dB at 3 feet / 120 dB at 1 foot. Sweeping alarm sound from 1500 to 2300 Hz, than can be heard even over many different industrial background noises.

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Technology for Life
“Every day we commit our passion, knowledge, and experience to our responsibility to make life better, with outstanding and innovative technology.”
—Stefan Dräger, Executive Board Chairman

As a global leader in medical and safety technology, Draeger is continually developing some of the industry’s most innovative technologies to protect, support, and save lives.

Draeger believes that technology should enable customers to do more than ever—with better results and lower total cost of ownership.

Specifically, technology for medical services should mean faster patient recoveries, better outcomes, and more time for caregivers to spend with their patients. Cutting-edge medicine should be available to all patients, which means it must be affordable for hospitals.

Technology for industrial safety should protect workers in a way that preserves uninterrupted productivity, so customers can sustain a higher level of profitability without compromising safety.

Finally, technology should enable emergency response teams to do their jobs more effectively and safely, with total confidence that their equipment will be there when they need it.

This is the kind of technology that—over time—delivers the greatest value to all.
This is technology at its finest. This is Technology for Life.