Put the simplicity of the CMS to work for you in your emergency response procedures. The CMS Emergency Response Kit contains the Dräger CMS Analyzer, the appropriate accessories, and a selection of 10 different Chips for response to Haz-Mat or other situations.
Put the capability of several gas detection monitors in your hands without all of the worries The CMS is as easy to use as 1-2-3, all chips use the exact same procedure. The Chips never need calibration, and the Analyzer does not require battery charging. All of the needed accessories are placed in one rugged carrying case, ready to go at a moments notice.
Each chip contains ten measurement capillaries filled with a substance-specific reagent system. The reactive preparations necessary for detection are kept in hermetically-sealed glass capillaries until needed. The housing of the chip also protects the capillaries from possible external mechanical or chemical influences.
Dräger CMS Analyzer
The New Electronic Detector Tubes
Accurate gas measurements are made easier with the Draeger CMS. This new generation spot-check detection device is literally as easy as 1-2-3 to operate. Simply insert one of the 55 chemical specific Dräger-CMS-Chips into the Analyzer and follow the instructions on the display as to when to move the slide switch. TWA levels are typically analyzed in 1-2 minutes. Upon completion of this process, the concentration is indicated on the LCD display.
Easy to Use
Digital Display of Results
UL, CSA, and MSHA Approved
No Calibration Required
The system is based on Draeger’s 60+ years of dry chemical reaction technology used in Draeger-Tubes®. However, the CMS advanced electronics and sampling system delivers accuracies of +/- 4 to 10% of measured values for most gases and vapors.
CMS does not require gas calibration. All measurement and calibration information is stored on a bar code on the CMS Chip. An electronics and leak check is performed before each measurement so you are assured of accurate indications every time. Operating on 4 “AA” cells, the CMS will deliver about 100 measurements per battery change. Popular applications include TWA screening, confined space entry, and emergency response.