It is important to note that the type of sample tubing you use in conjunction with your gas monitor in remote sample applications and even during calibration can have an affect on the readings taken. Not all tubings are created equal; certain types will react with certain gases and, therefore, will negatively impact the accuracy of the readings taken.
Tygon tubing, for example, is suitable for sampling common gases (such as oxygen, carbon monoxide, hydrogen sulfide and typical combustible gases) but it can also react with many VOCs and gases like chlorine or ammonia. PTFE tubing, on the other hand, is the most suitable for reactive gas applications.
Contact AES for more information on tubing for air sampling or if you require assistance with your selection.
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AES supplies our complete range of tubing for air sampling to all Australian capital cities, including: Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Adelaide, Perth, Hobart, Darwin and Canberra.