The EAGLE 2 is the solution for just about any portable gas monitoring situation. Equipped with features that are not available on competitive units, the EAGLE 2 is a powerful instrument that does more than just offer the standard confined space protection for LEL, O2, H2S and CO. The EAGLE 2 offers easy access to controls such as auto-calibration, alarm silence, demand zero, peak hold, and methane elimination. Each channel has two alarm levels plus TWA and STEL alarms for toxic channels. The two alarm levels are user adjustable and can be latching or self resetting.
The EAGLE 2 available features include a PID sensor for detecting high or low ppm levels (0-50 & 0-2,000) of VOC gases; % volume capability for CH4 and H2 using a TC (thermal conductivity) sensor; PPM or LEL hydrocarbon detection at the push of a button; infrared sensors for CO2 (ppm or % volume), methane or hydrocarbons in LEL and % volume ranges; methane elimination feature for environmental applications; and a variety of super toxic gases. The EAGLE 2 has a strong internal pump with a low flow auto pump shut off and alarm, which can draw samples from up to 125 feet. This allows for quick response and recovery from distant sampling locations. The EAGLE 2 will continuously operate for over 18 hours on alkaline batteries or 20 hours on NiMH. A variety of accessories are also available to help satisfy almost any application such as long sample hoses, special float probes for tank testing, and dilution fittings, just to name a few. Data-logging is a standard feature for all sensors on all versions.
The Eagle 2 is ideal for performing EPA Method 21 fugitive emission monitoring of VOC leaks from process equipment.. EPA Method 21- Determination of Volatile Organic Compound Leaks, is a test method used for the determination of leaks of VOCs from process equipment. The Eagle 2 meets the requirements for portable instruments used for this purpose as outlined in Sections 6 and 8 of Method 21. For more info about Method 21, see the RKI FAQ; Do the RKI Eagle and Eagle 2 Portable Gas Monitors Conform to EPA Method 21 Performance Criteria?