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This sale is for one (each) MSHA approved MSA Altair 4x Multi-Gas Detector.
One of the most reliable and sought-after gas detectors on the market.
The units have four sensors: O2, CO, LEL and H2S
This is MSHA version of MSA Altair 4X gas detectors. This means that "MSHA’sApproval and Certification Center (A&CC)approves and certifies certain mining products for use in underground coal and gassy underground metal and nonmetal mines".
Used gas detectors in good working condition, all showing minor wear however two of them still carry manufacturer's warranty until August 2021 and July 2010 including all sensors. First buyer will receive newer unit. Each comes with charger and manual. More available upon request.
Will calibrate prior to shipment for 180 days and fill up calibration sticker
Free Shipping USPS Priority Mail with Delivery Confirmation within US. Check my other listings for gas detectors.
FEEL FREE TO ASK QUESTIONS BEFORE offerDING. INTERNATIONAL buyers ARE WELCOME. WILL SHIP THROUGH E-BAY GLOBAL SHIPPING PROGRAM. AU AND CANADA BUYERS, ALLOWAPPROXIMATELY TWO WEEKS FOR DELIVERY.
Overnight shipping is available at extra cost. For New York residents 8.875% sales tax will be automatically added to the selling price.
Useful Info and Tips for Gas Detector buyers
1. When you buy used gas detectors, you are saving a lot of money. Gas detectors are expensive and prices keep going up. Besides that gas detectors require maintenance, calibration and sensors replacement.
2. Sensors degrade with age, regardless if the unit was in use or not. They cost $100-$500 each, depends on brand and model. Oxygen sensor degrades much faster than all others.
3. When some sellers state that unit “works fine”, they often mean that it powers up, has sound and pump draws an air. But it doesn’t mean that all sensors are working. That may double the price you pay for the unit.
4. Ask seller to disclose if all sensors work properly and when the unit was serviced last time. Ask seller to post a picture showing screen with actual readings. Be skeptical if sellers avoid answering these questions.
5. Be skeptical if seller posted stock photo from manufacturer website, not actual unit he is selling. Be skeptical if seller’s description of the unit is very vague and include words like “seems to work fine”, “the unit lights up or beeps…“
6. Beware that gas detectors coming from other countries very often have different default alarm setting.