Cost of Ownership
The cost of ownership for portable gas detection is often overlooked and as a result ongoing service costs including, replacement sensors and damage caused by water ingress and dust prove at times expensive. Before purchasing a fleet of portable gas instruments for your requirements be aware that the price of less expensive equipment is often misleading when taking into consideration the overall cost of ownership.
A recent cost comparison was undertaken for a major stakeholder within the water industry. The client performs confined space work and has a current fleet of 15 portable gas monitors.
The criteria for the cost comparison based on regular bump testing, calibration and servicing requirements for the total of the 15 portable gas instruments over a 5- year warranty period.
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