New data reveals the correlation between bump test intervals and gas detector failures
This white paper breaks new ground with an analysis of data collected over a seven-year period. It goes beyond simply describing what the test is and what it does. A solid correlation exists between a gas detector’s likelihood of failure and how often it is bump tested. This paper explores that data, which supports the need for routine bump testing.
In this white paper, you will also learn:
- The probability of gas detector failures
- The reasons for gas detector failures
- Why bump tests can prevent these failures
- How to bump test more often with less time and effort