Jul. 05, 2017
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BW Clip4 from Honeywell: 4-gas detector with 2-year battery life

Activate, clip and forget... BW Clip4 will do the rest

  • When you work in the field, you've got your hands full. So when it comes to gas detection, you need safety and simplicity you can count on: 4-gas detection, 2-year battery, 1-button simplicity.When you work in the field, you've got your hands full. So when it comes to gas detection, you need safety and simplicity you can count on: 4-gas detection, 2-year battery, 1-button simplicity.

What if there was a way to turn on your 4-gas detector, not worry about it for two years and even save time and money while it does its job?

When you work in the field, you've got your hands full. So when it comes to gas detection, you need safety and simplicity you can count on: 4-gas detection, 2-year battery, 1-button simplicity.

Introducing the new BW Clip4 Gas Detector from Honeywell. They called it impossible. We call it a breakthrough.

Take a look at the potential cost and time savings when using this 4-gas detector that does not require battery charging, nor battery or sensor servicing during its 2-year continuous runtime!

  • Always On: 2-year continuous runtime.
  • Clip On: Rugged, lightweight, easy to wear.
  • Carry On: Easy to use, one-button operation. No charging or battery replacement.
  • Game On: Low cost of ownership. No battery or sensor swaps, no hassle.

Breakthrough promo offer

As a way to celebrate the launch of the BW Clip4, from now until December 31, 2017, we are delighted to offer a promotional deal on our game changing BW Clip4 detector:

  • Place bulk orders and receive additional discounts OR
  • Purchase 50 BW Clip4 multi-gas detectors and receive a free IntelliDoX Docking System

Contact

Life Safety Distribution GmbH
Javastrasse 2
CH-8604 Hegnau
Schweiz
Phone: +41 44 943 4300
Telefax: +41 44 943 4398

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