Ideal Calibration Gas for GFG P/N 7803-028

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Price: $290.00

Ideal Replacement Calibration Gas for GFG P/N 7803-028: 5 ppm chlorine/ balance nitrogen

Ideal Cylinder: 58 liter
Shelf Life: 18 months

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Our prices are better than OEM’s and distributors for replacement GFG Technology Calibration Gas:

Ideal Gases, Inc. is the premier manufacturer of replacement GFG calibration gas standards  in portable cylinders. OEM Gas Detector Manufacturers are resellers. We actually make calibration gases.

  1. Ideal replacement GFG Calibration Gas Standards meet or exceed the most demanding industry specifications for OEM calibration gases.
  2. Ideal replacement GFG Calibration Gas Standards have a longer shelf life. That’s what the Ideal Cylinder patent pending process is all about. Which means you can keep a smaller inventory and save money, too.
  3. We know what you need. We are expert in both the manufacture of Ideal replacement GFG Calibration Gas Standards and in the repair and maintenance of your gas detectors.
  4. Every Ideal replacement GFG Calibration Gas Standards cylinder is individually manufactured. Standards don’t come in batches. That’s why we make them one at a time instead of bulk transfers like resellers.

Buy Direct. Get the best price.

And remember- GFG gas detectors and gas monitors are only as good as the calibration gas used to calibrate them.  But an incorrectly calibrated gas detector or gas monitor isn't worth much at all.

That's why we offer these videos on how to calibrate your gas detectors and gas monitors with calibration gas.  They're prepared by James Moore of Ideal Calibrations, LLC.

And anyone involved in the calibration of gas detectors should be sure to read Bulletin SHIB 05-04-2004 from the Department of Labor titled Verification Of Calibration for Direct-Reading Portable Gas Monitors.

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An article in OHS Online written by Alan Austin asks the thoughtful question:

"How can something that is so common also be so dangerous and potentially deadly when used improperly? Chlorine gas is toxic and green-yellow in color at room temperature. It is also water soluble. At 0.3 to 0.5 parts per million (ppm), you can start to smell chlorine gas, and trouble soon follows in higher concentrations..."

Just how dangerous is chlorine in the pure state?

Chlorine reacts explosively or forms explosive compounds with many common substances including, acetylene, ether, turpentine, ammonia, fuel gas, hydrogen, fluorine, and finely divided metals. It also reacts with most combustibles posing a fire and explosion risk, because it is a strong oxidizer. As such, chlorine is not combustible, it can promote and vigorously accelerate combustion.

So if you're calibrating a chlorine monitor, be sure to use a first class standard.


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