This hand-held, portable monitoring and detection unit is used by military, civil defense, and environmental agencies. The AP4C is a portable chemical contamination control device used to detect: All Nerve Agents, Blood Agents, Blister Agents and many TIC’s and TIM’s.
The AP4C is a flame spectrophotometer for gas detection.
A continuous stream of air is burned in a combustion chamber (called a burner), which has a constant supply of hydrogen. The resultant spectra are passed through a diffraction grating and then projected on to a strip array. The resultant signals are processed to distinguished individual elements contained in the sample.
The AP4C is particularly suitable for Military use in rough conditions
QTY 1 AP4C
QTY 2 Hydrogen storage devices
QTY 2 AP4C batteries
QTY 1 Spare sampling nozzle
QTY 1 S4PE: Persistent substances sampling system
QTY 1 Box of 10 sampling scrapers
QTY 1 S4PE sampling tube for AP4C/TIMs
QTY 1 Box of 10 test scrapers
QTY 1 Buzzerv QTY 1 Technical guide
The equipment is packaged in a fitted black transport case.
Characteristics of Kit:
Intrinsically safe unit for use in explosive atmospheres
Case Size: (LxWxH): 18.1” x 14.1” x 6.69 “
Weight of the full case: 13.2 lbs.
Storage Temperatures: -38.2 F to 160 F
Rain Proof - Shock proof withstands drop of 3 ft.
Characteristics of Detector Unit
|H2 storage device||12 Hours|
|Start up: 2.5 Min||32 to 95 F|
|5 Min||> 95 F|
|15 Min||< 32 F|
|High Temperature||Stored: 160 F
Operating: 122 F
|Low Temperature||Stored” – 39 F
Operating – 25 F
|Dimensions||15.5 in x 3.4 in x 5.4 in|
|Weight||4.6 lbs with storage device|
Network options may be purchased in kit form under M910 E00 003 with consumables and liquic sampling equipment (S4PE)
|Nerve Agents||GA, GB, GD, GF, GE, VS, VE, VG, VS|
|Blister Agents||HD, HL, HN.L.PD, ED, MD|
|Blood Agents||SA, AC|
|Vomiting Agents||DA, DM, DC|
|Flammable Hydrocarbons||Propane, Acetylene, Ethylene, Methane|
|TICS & TIMS||Ammonia, Parathion, Nitroglycerin, Dimethylamine|
|Precursors||Pinacolyl, Alcohol, Methylamine, Triethyl phosphate|