- ⚛️ ACCURATE: Styrene (C8H8) gas detector using electrochemical sensors, 0 - 100 ppm with 1 ppm resolution. Comes FACTORY CALIBRATED from Los Angeles, CA.
- 🏕️ QUALITY: Electrochemical cell sensor with accuracy: ≤ ± 5% F.S. Zero and span calibration options.
- 🔔 ALARMS: Adjustable audio, visual, and vibration alarms alert when preset levels are reached. Alarms trigger record count function.
- 💪 STRONG: Shockproof, water-resistant, dust-proof, and explosion-proof. Belt clip and accessories included.
- 🕵️ TRUSTWORTHY: ** 1-year limited warranty ** Arrives with calibration and QA certificates ** Product tested and verified in the USA ** 100% quality guaranteed **
Details: The most professional Styrene Detector by FORENSICS DETECTORS. Equipped with an electrochemical sensor and comes factory-calibrated. The detection range of styrene is 0 - 100ppm within 30 seconds at an accuracy of +/- 5% full-scale and calibrated using NIST traceable isobutylene (C4H8) gas. The detector comes factory NIST calibrated from Los Angeles, CA. The detector has a DC3.7V Li-battery 1500mAh that allows for over 24 hours of continuous use. Includes advanced features such as temperature detection, alarm recording, alarm setting, backlight high-resolution LCD, calibration features, and others.
Styrene gas is a colorless, flammable gas with a sweet, pungent odor. It is produced by the heating or processing of styrene, which is a liquid hydrocarbon that is used in the manufacturing of various products such as plastics, resins, and synthetic rubbers. Styrene gas is also a byproduct of the combustion of fossil fuels and biomass. Styrene gas detectors are needed by anyone who works in an environment where styrene gas may be present. This includes workers in the chemical and manufacturing industries, as well as those involved in the transportation and handling of styrene-containing materials. Styrene gas detectors are also used by emergency responders and environmental health and safety professionals who need to assess the potential risk of exposure to styrene gas in the event of a spill or accident.
Exposure to styrene gas at levels above these limits can cause a variety of health effects, ranging from mild irritation of the eyes, nose, and throat, to more serious respiratory problems, neurological effects, and liver damage. OSHA has set a permissible exposure limit (PEL) of 100 parts per million (ppm) for an 8-hour workday, and a short-term exposure limit (STEL) of 200 ppm for 15 minutes for styrene gas. NIOSH has recommended a lower recommended exposure limit (REL) of 50 ppm for an 8-hour workday, and a short-term exposure limit (STEL) of 75 ppm for 15 minutes.
Included: Styrene gas detector, belt clip, sling, English manual, USB charging cable, calibration cover, and USA NIST calibration certificate.
Calibration Kit (sold separately):
Calibration Gas (C4H8) Surrogate Gas C4H8 Isobutylene 50ppm: 3ppm C8H8 Styrene is used for calibration. A C4H8 NIST gas standard is employed since none exists for C8H8.
Calibration Gas Regulator (C10)
Other Accessories (sold separately):
Bump Gas (can use C4H8)
Pump and Probe
Gas Detector Hard Case
Gas Detector Pouch
Gas Detector Stand
Gas Sensor Replacement (C8H8) (email us)
Calibration Service (sold separately):
Gas Detector Calibration Service
Styrene Gas Detection: 0 - 100 ppm with 1 ppm resolution
Accuracy: ≤±5% F.S.
Response time: less than 30 sec
Indication: LCD indicates the time, concentration, temp, and battery state
Alarms: Warns users of alarm, fault, and low voltage with LED, sound, and vibration.
Operating temperature: 0F - 122F
Humidity: less than 95% RH non-condensing
Operating voltage: DC3.7V Li-battery 1500 mAh
Working time: > 24 hours
Charging time: 4 hours
Sensor life: 2 - 3 years
Protection category: IP65
Weight: about 130 g (including battery)
100% QA by sensor and gas detector engineers
Product tested and verified in the USA