GFM 436

O GFM436 é um analisador de gás certificado pela ATEX para investigação do local, controle de gás de aterro e monitoramento de conformidade com regulamentos ambientais.


Product FAQs

The GFM 436 is an ATEX, IECEx and UKEx rated instrument designed to measure gas, pressure, and high flow rates. The GFM 436 is deployed for environmental compliance monitoring, brownfield contamination monitoring, and landfill gas control.

When purchased, you will receive the following with the GFM 436:

  • Instrument
  • Sample Pipe
  • Battery Charger
  • Spares Pot
  • Allen Key
  • USB drive with operation manual

This is referred to as the ‚Äúready-to-go site kit‚ÄĚ. All instruments are shipped fully charged and are able to be deployed upon arrival with little to no set-up required.

The sample pipe provided is ~1m in length and includes a dust trap filter to prevent particulates from entering the sensor and causing damage. The male connector will attach to the inlet manifold of the instrument, and, on the opposite end, the silicon 1/4‚ÄĚ tube will connect to most industry-standard sampling points. For in-depth instructions on how to operate the instrument, please view the manual file stored on the received USB drive.

The GFM 436 requires an annual service and calibration. Please contact your supplier to organise ser-vice in good time prior to the calibration date ‚Äď this is shown on the latest calibration certificate and on the home screen of the instrument.

Identify the part you require and contact the distribution partner from whom you purchased the analys-er. Alternatively, visit the Gas Data website and fill in the enquiry form associated with consumables and spares.

The GFM 436 can be configured to whichever gases you require from the list of available sensors (please refer to datasheet for these). From there, the instrument’s ATEX rating means it can be used in Zone 1 areas. The full certification is: EEx ib IIB T1.

Please review your risk assessments to ensure that the instrument has the correct certification for use in your application.