When your laborers are regularly working in confined spaces relying on gas monitors to do their jobs well, you don’t want just anyone to mess around with calibrating and repairing these instruments. Working with gases in a confined space can be especially dangerous, which is why gas monitors are so important. Just like any other important tool of any trade, you want to know that it’s going to do its job when you’re ready to do yours! Particularly when dealing with potentially hazardous inhalants or worse explosive gases, your monitor better be up to the task.
Of course at McClellan Sales, we are up to the task of calibrating and repairing your gas monitors. We aren’t solely focused on getting the right product into your hands, but we also care about maintaining it so that it continues to serve you job after job. Like any other tool over time and with use, gas monitors need maintenance and sometimes repairs, so why not trust it to the folks who know the product well enough to source you with the right one?
Why is Gas Monitor Calibration Important?
In the trades, coming across hazardous gases is a part of the job in many types of work. Laborers rely on the protection that their gas monitors provide by detecting odorless or other undetectable gases. Protecting your workers’ health is crucial not only to their livelihood but the success of your job. Calibration of a gas monitor requires subjecting it to a limited amount of gas to verify that it will detect it.
Why Entrust Your Gas Monitor Calibration to McClellan Sales?
It’s one less thing to worry about. Not just that, but you can plan your regular calibrations with us, knowing that we know our products and we know tools. We are stocked with the calibration gases necessary, and tests can be performed in a consistent environment. Also, if your monitor isn’t fully functional in a test with us, we can either perform a repair such as replacing a bad sensor if possible or help you find the best-suited replacement monitor.
We Can Also Teach!
At McClellan, we are all about using our knowledge to serve you, our customer. We value you, and we value your safety, which is why we can also teach you how to calibrate your gas monitors. There can be additional imbalances due to the environment that a monitor is calibrated in if it’s different than its typical use environment. The solution? Your laborers calibrate in a similar environment where they would use the monitor.
Your Gas Canister Recycling
When we do everything else with gas monitor calibration and repair, why not add recycling to the list? We can recycle gas calibration canisters on your behalf, as well as any other gas canisters. Just give us a call or stop on by!
Over time, like all tools and instruments of any trade, confined space gas monitors need a tune up. In fact, even more so than many other tools, gas monitors need regular checkups to ensure that they’re properly functioning. Don’t neglect your gas monitor another day! Contact our team to discuss calibrating your monitors. Give us a call at 763-786-5350 to get started verifying the safety of your equipment today!