Producing harmless clouds of smoke that float freely, the Cumulus airflow indicator makes it possible to determine the direction of weak air currents
Draeger Safety, Inc.armless clouds of smoke that float freely, the Cumulus airflow indicator makes it possible to determine the direction of weak air currents. The handheld instrument can be used in any position and can generate either single clouds or a continuous stream. It generates smoke at the press of a button, and can be used in indoor air quality control applications, as well as in industrial and work environments for monitoring the ventilation efficiency of heating systems and laboratory installations. The system can also be used to detect leaks and test the integrity of air-tight systems.
This unit consists of a smoke producing instrument and an ampoule containing the smoke-generating fluid. A small heating element in the instrument head heats the fluid. The temperature of the heating element and the quantity of fluid are coordinated electronically. The ampoule is located in a compartment in the handle. A rechargeable battery is also located in the instrument handle to supply power, and can be recharged inside the instrument or separately.
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