The ENMET ProAir monitors compressed air for hazardous gasses. The gasses monitored by the ProAir can be customized, and commonly monitored gasses include:

  • CO
  • Oxygen
  • VOCs
  • Hydrocarbons
  • Dew point

Various other gasses can be detected by the sensors.
The ProAir measures compressed gasses to ensure they are compliant with OSHA standards and meet Grade D quality. This is currently the most advanced compressed airline monitor offered by ENMET; as a result, it has various applications. Common building environments that make use of the ProAir are pharmaceutical, chemical, aerospace, and hospitals.

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General Specifications

DisplayHigh-contrast, backlit
AlarmsVisual: LEDs Audible: Piezoelectric horn, 95 dB at 2 feet
Alarm Relays5 programmable gas relays plus fault. All relays are programmable latching or nonlatching, dry SPDT, 10 amps (resistive load only) at 110 VAC
Operating Power100 to 240 VAC and/or 12 VDC, 15 Watts
Inlet PressureMust be regulated to 55 psi (user provided)
Flow Rate0.5 liter per minute (1 SCFH)
EnclosureThermoplastic box with clear, hinged front cover, designed for NEMA 12 and 4X
Dimensions9.3 W x 11.9 H x 6.1 D inches (23.5 W x 30.3 H x 15.4 D cm)
Weight8 lbs. (3.6 kg.)
ApprovalsUL 60601-1, IEC 60601-1 & CSA 22.2, No. 601.1
*If the gas you need to monitor is not listed, contact ENMET for more details• Acetaldehyde, CH3CHO• Ethyl alcohol, C2H5OH• Jet Fuel, JP-8• Propane, C3H8
• Acetone, (CH3)2CO• Ethylene, C2H4• Kerosene• Propylene, C3H6
• Acetonitrile, CH3CN• Ethylene oxide (ETO), C2H4O• Methane, CH4• Propylene oxide, C3H6O
• Ammonia, NH3• Fluorine, F2• Methanol, CH3OH• Solvents
• Benzene, C6H6• Gasoline• Methyl alcohol, CH3OH• Styrene, C8H8
• Bromine, Br2• Heptane, C7H16• Methyl chloride, CH3Cl• Sulfur dioxide, SO2
• Butane, C4H10• Hexane, C6H14• Methyl ethyl ketone (MEK), C4H8O• Toluene, C7H8
• 2-Butanone (MEK), C4H8O• Hydrocarbons• Methylene chloride, CH2Cl2• Trichloroethylene, C2HCl3
• Carbon dioxide, CO2• Hydrogen, H2• Natural Gas• Vinyl chloride aka Chloroethene (VCM), C2H3Cl
• Carbon monoxide, CO• Hydrogen cyanide, HCN• Nitric oxide, NO• Volatile Organic Compounds, VOCs
• Chlorine, Cl2• Hydrogen sulfide, H2S• Nitrogen dioxide, NO2• Water/Dew Point
• Chlorine dioxide, ClO2• Isobutane, C4H10• Nitrous oxide, N2O• Xylene, C8H10
• Combustible Gas• Isobutylene, C4H8• Organic solvents
• Dew Point, DP• Isopropanol, CH3 CHOH• Oxygen, O2
• Ethanol, CH3CH2OH• Isopropyl alcohol (IPA), C3H8O• Pentane, C5H12

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