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850-1050-00 ACD QC-50 Bump Test Kit for NH3, HCl, C7H8, or C6H14
ACD QC-50 Kit Quick and Easy Bump Test for Hexane, Toluene, Hydrogen sulfide or Ammonia 850-1050-00


 
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QC-50 Kit Quick & Easy Bump Testing



Easy Bump Check of Ammonia NH3, Hydrogen chloride HCl, Toluene C7H8, and Hexane C6H14

850-1050-00 ACD Q-50 Kit, includes belt pack, manual, 3' hose & 12 QCV vials (specify gas)

The QC-50 from Advanced Calibration Designs provides a quick and easy method of checking the performance of gas detection systems. The QC-50 utilizes revolutionary technology allowing a functional check (or "Bump Test") as needed or required by law. The unique Quick Check Vial (QCV) utilizes a stable, safe and reliable delivery method allowing ease of shipment, storage and use. The QC-50 is currently available for ammonia, hydrogen chloride, toluene and hexane.

The QCV used in the QC-50 are small, disposable vials with a small amount of the gas to be tested in liquid form in a sealed inner ampoule. Breaking the inner ampoule allows the liquid to absorb into a filter which then diffuses out the gas. Simply squeezing the hand aspirated bulb will allow a test concentration of gas to flow by the gas detector, verifying its operation.

The QC-50's features include:

  • Easy to Use
  • No batteries required
  • Economical
  • Compact design
  • Non-hazardous shipping
  • Rugged design

ICON Safety introduces ACD's complete line of calibration gas instruments for easy, safe and economical calibration of your gas sensor or detector.

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ACD QCV Vials- Pack of 12
Base Price: $240.00

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ACD Quick Check Vials (QCV) currently available for ammonia, hydrogen chloride, toluene and hexane. 525-001-12, 525004-12, 525-0002-12, 525-0003-12

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5 of 5 Best and simplest way to test July 21, 2014
Reviewer: Frank Steinbeck from Yonkers, NY  
This is the greatest thing since sliced bread!  Before we finding this product we had to walk around the power plant mixing two solutions together and using it quickly as for it dissipates very quickly. Now all we do is break a ampule insert it into the bulb and squeeze a few times.  No more rushing around point to point with some toxic solution to test our monitors.

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