Honeywell launches connected wearable detector for confined spaces


Honeywell has launched a new connected portable gas detector designed to keep workers safe in dangerous confined spaces while featuring a simple and easy to use design.

The new Honeywell BWTMUltra monitors up to five different gases simultaneously – oxygen (O2), carbon monoxide (CO), hydrogen sulfide(H2S) –including volatile organic compounds (VOCs), while leveraging Bluetooth connectivity to allow safety managers to collect and track valuable data. The new detector also features Honeywell TouchConnectTM technology, which makes configuration, calibration and bump testing fast and simple.

Richard Dunn, Product Manager, portable gas detection for Honeywell Industrial Safety, said, “Confined spaces pose serious, even deadly, safety issues for industrial, oil and gas, hazmat, and utility workers.”

“Confined spaces pose serious, even deadly, safety issues…”

Richard Dunn, Product Manager

“BW Ultra’s rugged design, ease of operation and ability to detect a wide range of gases, brings a new level of safety to these workers. And because it’s connected, safety managers can access a wide range of useful data about alarm history, equipment safety and worker training through Honeywell’s Connected Worker platform,” he continued.

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