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    NEW AV8 Inspector Portable Carbon Monoxide Monitor for Aviation - Assembled in USA
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    AV8 Product Comparison

    Model
    AV8 Inspector AV8 Inspector Pro
    2 Year Warranty
    Water Resistant
    Shock Resistant
    Pre Set Alarm
    Visual Alarm
    Audio Alarm
    Vibrating Alarm  
    Alarm Adjust
    24 Hour TWA
    Model
    AV8 AV8 Pro
    2 Year Warranty
    Water Resistant
    Shock Resistant
    Pre Set Alarm
    Visual Alarm
    Audio Alarm
    Vibrating Alarm  
    Alarm Adjust
    24 Hour TWA

    AV8 Inspector Carbon Monoxide Monitors for Aviation

    The Sensorcon AV8 Inspector is a portable, professional-grade Carbon Monoxide monitor designed for aviation enthusiasts and professionals including pilots, ground crew, technicians and inspectors.

    In aviation, CO is commonly produced by equipment such as piston-driven aircraft, ground servicing equipment, and airside vehicles. Turbine engine aircraft exhaust and auxiliary power unit (APU) exhaust can also contribute to the accumulation of unsafe levels of CO. Being aware of the potential for carbon monoxide (CO) exposure and poisoning is crucial for eliminating safety hazards and preventing accidents.

    The AV8 Inspector’s advanced sensor technology allows for accurate readings of carbon monoxide concentrations, before it becomes a problem.

    Mitigating Carbon Monoxide (CO) Risks in the Aviation Industry

    For aviation professionals — including ground crew, technicians, inspectors, and pilots — being aware of the potential for carbon monoxide (CO) exposure and poisoning is crucial for eliminating safety hazards and preventing accidents.

    CO is odorless and tasteless, a feature that makes it particularly dangerous, as the symptoms can easily overcome someone before they have an indication that there is a problem.

    In aviation, CO is commonly produced by equipment such as piston-driven aircraft, ground servicing equipment, and airside vehicles. Turbine engine aircraft exhaust and auxiliary power unit (APU) exhaust can also contribute to the accumulation of unsafe levels of CO.

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