A clip-on air quality monitor designed to advise workshop employees as to when a respirator mask should be worn, through vibration signals.
The device measures a range of harmful gases and dusts which can be commonly found in a workshop setting. A vibration signal alerts the user when the air quality has reached a harmful level, and a respirator mask should be put on, the user is alerted again once the air quality has returned to a safe level. The air quality indicator light creates transparency of respiratory safety amongst colleagues.
Atmotect is simple and intuitive to operate, the air vent is pushed up to turn the device on and pushed down to turn it off. Once on, workshop users can progress with the task at hand, and information delivery through vibration signals keeps workflow disruption to a minimum. The impact-resistant design means Atmotect has been built to last in its demanding environment.
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