The Gas Alert Quattro is a durable, long-life multi-gas monitor from BW Honeywell. The younger, lighter brother of the GasAlertMax XT II, the Quattro is a diffusion only gas detector with replaceable batteries and sensors that will last a long time, even under tough conditions.
The Quattro has four full-size sensors to analyze the atmosphere and monitor levels of Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S), Carbon Monoxide (CO) and the lower explosive levels or a variety of dangerous flammable/explosive/combustible gases (LEL), to alert you to any dangerous changes in their levels.
Three different types of alarm are built into the Gas Alert Quattro to ensure that whatever confined space you are working in, should there be any danger, you will be alerted. A visual alarm, with three bright warning lights, a sonic alarm rings out at 95dB and a vibration alert are all present.
A large LCD screen continuously displays the various gas levels; this can even be set to a flipped mode should you have the device dangling upside down on your belt.
The simple one-button operation - standard across Gas Alert devices - is present and allows you to easily operate the device and access all major functions, without the need to spend an age training your team.
The Quattro is a diffusion only gas monitor, although with the Confined Space Kit you can attach a sampling probe and use the manual aspirator for the sampling of remote areas before entry.
While in use the Quattro continuously emits a flash of light to indicate that all sensors are functioning, this IntelliFlash System gives you complete confidence that the monitor is functioning and so that the atmosphere you are working in is safe.
Rechargeable batteries are standard in the Quattro, and can be easily replaced - something that the smaller MicroClip does not allow.
Fully compatible with the MicroDock II, you can access and retrieve data logged (with the Fleet Manager II) as well as customize the alert levels for the sensors: for example Short Term Exposure Limits (STEL; 5-15minutes), Long Term Exposure Limits (LTEL; ~8hrs) as well as High/Low values for each gas).