Proven and still getting better: Dräger measurement technology
Dräger has been developing and manufacturing sensors and gas detectors for industrial use for more than
40 years. And with each new device generation, we drive our measurement technology a bit further. With the
Polytron 5000, you will definitely benefit from this experience and power of innovation:
‒ durable sensors
‒ short response times
‒ high sensitivity
‒ high accuracy
‒ low sensitivity to other gases or changing ambient conditions
With its HART ability, the Dräger Polytron 8000 allows remote access using the Dräger PolySoft software for
the quick and convenient evaluation of the instrument status. Integration in existing management systems (e.g.
PactWare) is also possible using DTM. In addition, fieldbus systems such as Foundation Fieldbus or Profibus
are supported by corresponding interfaces.
‒ Easy and cost-effective: one-man calibration
‒ Quick and easy wiring
‒ Available as flameproof or increased safety version
‒ Aluminium or 316 L stainless steel housing for the most extreme industrial conditions
‒ Extremely user-friendly software thanks to a minimum number of menu items
‒ Backlit display: easy to read, even in the dark and without a flash light
‒ Traffic light status indicator (green = no danger, yellow = error, flashing red = gas alarm)
‒ Intelligent sensors for predictive maintenance
‒ Freely adjustable measuring ranges (within permitted ranges)
‒ Matrix display allows the flexible setting of measuring ranges and units
‒ SIL 2 certified by the German TÜV Süd
The Dräger Polytron 7000 is a gas detector that can satisfy all toxic and oxygen gas measurement applications on a single platform. It is meeting the requirements of the compliance market as well as the high specification requirements of customized solutions.
The Dräger Polytron 3000 is an intrinsically safe gas detector for the continuous monitoring of more than 60 toxic gases and oxygen in ambient air. It is the part of a new generation of gas detectors developed on a modular platform. Communication to the central control system is done via a 4 to 20 mA signal.