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fragrances purple yellow Amines SO2 (10) 20 (B) Acetaldehyde 133SB Mfg. 1 (J) Mea. Propane 1 Orange detection in synthetic rubber & 3 10 128SA 3. C2H2 & C2H4 200~ Blue 2. 2 (J. (Aminobenzene) 181S White Yellow Industrial hygiene 3 10 102SD 50~ Yellow 2 10 1~15 2 amines (the same conc. Ketones. CH2=CHCN ‡ Industrial hygiene. this © mark is shown only in the CH2=CHCOOH acid * ). of Pump Colour Change Typical Applications Shelf Q’ty of Life tubes/ Interferences (ppm) J: JPN No.000 1/2 C2H2. a © SO2 (1/20 × Acetic acid * ). of Pump Strokes process 125~5. 216S 1~50 1 Pale pink Yellow 3 10 NO2 (10). 1/2 Aniline 5.000 1 Acetylene・Ethylene 20~300 brown (5.900).5% green (0. 1/2 Process control & leakage 5. cuprammonium rayon Acetone (1. synthetic rubber. Methy ethyl ketone (150).L.5%) green industry & pharmaceutical process. Acrylic acid 216S© 1~50 1 Pale pink Yellow Material of acrylic resin 3 10 NO2 (10). H2S (10). synthetic rubber.K. (Vinyl cyanide) Methyl ethyl ketone (600).2~4 5 T. 10~260 1 Pale Pale SO2 (1/5 × NH3 * ).0% (0.000 2~30 1 Aliphatic amines or Aromatic 1 (J. 0.000 Example: Tube No.L.102SD 20~5. Esters.005~ Leakage & fire hazard detection 1 Yellow Pink 1 10 (70). 1~20 1 carcinogen: recognized to have have direct reading scales. T.000) 20~800 2 -separation measurement 280S C2H4.B) 128SC sured. industry Acetaldehyde (30). a seasoning 105SD 0. 133A 0. 6 7 . Cl2 (5) 0.V Esters.A. 105SM 1 Process control 2 10 Amines ‡ 4.A (ppm) Process control & leakage B: U.5 (A) Tube suring Interferences CH2=CHCH2OH (Synonym) Pump Typical Applications Life tubes/ J: JPN Halogenated hydrocarbons 2 (B) No.S.A. CO (10).1 (J. 0. NH3.S.0% Methyl isobutyl ketone (2. fertilizer mfg. Butadiene (25). Cl2 (5) NH3 purple yellow 0. In cases where the detector tubes have more than one measuring range. perfume.5 (B) purple yellow Amines 1~20 5 1. paints 30% plant. plastics. Chlorine. Range (ppm) Chemical Formula Strokes Original Stain (year) box A: U. Ethanol 105SC 3 10 CH3CHO ‡ various organics 5~130 2 purple yellow Amines SO2 (1/20 × Acetic acid * ). Other Ketones.5~ Grey or detection in synthetic ammonia 105SA 1 Pink 3 10 Amines 10% Yellow plant. CH3CHO 1 Yellow Pink various organics mfg. 0. 128SD 0. When ordering such tubes. 5~140 1 Yellow Pink 2 10 Other aldehydes.000 Acrolein Acetylene (20). CO (50). * Interfered by coexistence more than parenthesized rate. human Butadiene (200) concentration chart furnished in each box (Concentration chart method).B) Ammonia Pale Pale CH3COOH vinyl acetate.25~5 4 0. cellulose acetate rayon.000). 1 1 2×5 Pale Tube for C2H4. (CH3CO)2O 105SE 5~100 1 3 10 acid * ). HCH. the scale range printed on each detector Acetylene 50~ Pale Brownish detection in synthetic ammonia 101S 1 3 10 NH3. All tubes suffixed "S" and "U" on the tube No.A. Range (ppm) Chemical Formula Strokes Original Stain (year) box A: U. Ethylene (2. Dark Tube for C2H2. NOTICE 1 Process control & leakage Oleffins (10). cuprammonium rayon NO2.2~4 5 in ice plant. * Interfered by coexistence more than parenthesized rate. H2 Yellow 50~2.004~ Methyl ethyl ketone (900). 1~20 1 Synthetic ammonia plant. 5 (J) Acetic anhydride 10~200 1/2 216S© 1~15 1 Pale pink Yellow Acetylating agent 3 10 NO2 (10).350).01~ 200 (J.1~ Pale Pale Acetone 1 Yellow Pink 1 10 (20).8% in plastics industry NOTICE 2 Concentration chart method Methy isobutyl ketone (500) In cases where the gas concentration is read by using a conversion chart.400).5~ detection in synthetic ammonia 0. Propylene (20) 2. Cl2 (5) brochure and does not appear on the printed tube box or in the instruction sheet. Acrolein (35). CS2. HC ≡ CH 1.0% 500 (B) 1. HCl (2 × Acetic 2 (A) mark is shown after the tube number in this brochure.5~10 2 leakage detection of refrigerant 3 10 Amines 25 (J. Methyl ethyl ketone (60). fertilizer mfg.B) Dark Industrial hygiene for both plant Alcohols. as shown in the tube instruction sheet. plastics. of 2 (A) 1 brown and laboratory Aromatic hydrocarbons C6H5NH2 2.B) acid * ). Cl2. Colour Change Allyl alcohol Gas to be measured No. of Shelf Q’ty of (ppm) 184S© 20~500 1 Yellow Pale blue Leakage detection 2 10 Aromatic hydrocarbons. HCN (2). Acetaldehyde Mfg. The reading can be obtained directly from the scale printed on the tube (Direct reading method) or by using the 1~120 2 Yellow Pink 1 2 × 5 Styrene (250). Industrial hygiene SO2 (1/20 × Acetic acid * ). tube and the number of pump strokes is marked by a circle ( ○ ).1~ Dark Acetylene (3%). yellow Acetylene (370).2%).000) 1 in acetate rayon industry. Cl2 (2). Esters.0% purple yellow CH3COCH3 Methyl isobutyl ketone (400) 125~ Toluidine (1/3 × Aniline * ). Cl2 (2). Acrolein 102SC 0. Alcohols.0~ Alcohols. process. 102SD   Measuring Range (ppm)  No. HCl(2 × Acetic 1 (A) Pale Pale Sulphur dioxide.A (ppm) B: U. 1. Other organic gases or plastics industry vapours except Halogenated NOTICE 3 128SB 10~500 1 Yellow Pale blue Leakage detection 2 10 hydrocarbons (50) Acrylonitrile A constant colour stain is produced which varies in length according to the concentration of the substance being mea.V Mea- LIST OF "KITAGAWA" PRECISION DETECTOR TUBES Gas to be measured (Synonym) Tube suring No.K. However.0% Dark Aromatic hydrocarbons. for example: 190U ©. 0.B) CH2=CHCHO ‡ 1. Blue・ 102SA Orange Leakage & file hazard detection 3 10 0.000 yellow blue plant. T he range printed on the tube box shows the range of the minimum and maximum detectable concentrations. Ketones.A) 0.5~10 2 carcinogenic potential Yellow Red 1 2 × 5 HCN ‡ 0. Acetaldehyde (Acryl aldehyde) 136 0. 50 (J) 105SB 50~900 1 Process control 3 10 Concentration chart method flavors. it is Leakage & fire hazard unnecessary to include the © mark on your purchase order. HCL (2 × Acetic 10 (J. ‡ This tube must be stored in a refrigerated place (0-10°C/32-50 °F). CO (1.1~ brown Halogenated hydrocarbons 105SH 1 Pink Brownish 3 10 H2S (3.000 Aniline) 20~800 2 ‡ This tube must be stored in a refrigerated place (0-10°C/32-50°F). 1 10 Pale Pale SO2 (1/4 × NH3 * ). Benzene Example: Tube No. cuprammonium rayon 2. ‡ 1. Acetic acid Mfg.

168SA 1 detection in synthetic rubber 3 10 (MTBE) 111U© 25~500 1 Yellow Brown 2 10 50(A) 2. Ketones.01 (J) Arsine gas analysis in metal refinery 0.1~2. abstergent Aromatic hydrocarbons industry. Hexane perfumes Benzene-in the presence of 118SB 5~300 1 White 2 2×5 brown (200). SO2. SO2 (500). 1/2 Carbon dioxide 5. Ketones.000). 5~80 1 White Yellow 3 2×5 1 (J) 111U© 1 Yellow Brown resin. other confined spaces. synthetic rubber CH3OC(CH3)3 (0.5~40 1 5~80 1 White Yellow 3 2×5 10 (A) NH3.L.1~11. 168SB 30~600 1 White 3 10 Propylene. Pale Hydrogen selenide. of Shelf Q’ty of (ppm) Gas to be measured No. CO (2).6% orange brown hydrocarbons (50). Paraffin 4~100 1 Butyl acrylate hydrocarbons. 5 brown Hexane (2) Alcohols. Ketones. drugs & CH3CO2C4H9 hydrocarbons (50) 150 (A.S.2~1 White 2 2 × 5 Ethyl benzene (1.0).5~9 2 0. lubricant additive.A Chemical Formula Strokes Original Stain (year) box A: U. HCN.5~50 2 yellow Aromatic hydrocarbons 0. Esters. Air contamination test in 168SC Pale blue 1 10 2. Ketones. 1. SO2 (1/20 × Acetic acid * ).1~7. Esters.0 4 1 2.05~ Pink semiconductor manufacturing 2 10 0.1~ blue CO2 concentration control in H2S (100) 0. Esters. PH3  CHBr3 ‡ 0. Aromatic (sec-Butyl alcohol) 189U Yellow Pale blue 2 10 100 (J. Bromoform 157SB© 1~20 1 1 (J) 130U Pink 2 10 White Yellow 3 2×5 0. Butylene.2~15 5 White 2 2×5 C4H9NH2 105SD© 1~20 1 mfg.2%).200 1 Yellow Brown 2 10 Aromatic hydrocarbons 1. SO2. Acetylene (3%) CO.B) 4~120 4 industrial hygiene hydrocarbons.5 (A) (CH3)3CSH 5~80 1/2 165SB Yellow Pink 2 10 Hydrogen selenide. Alcohols.005 (A) Leakage & fire hazard detection AsH3 0. etc. 221SA 1 Orange Brown Combustible gas detection 3 10 1.0 process Butyl acetate 1. of Shelf Q’ty of (ppm) Tube suring Interferences Tube suring Interferences (Synonym) Pump Typical Applications Life tubes/ J: JPN (Synonym) Pump Typical Applications Life tubes/ J: JPN No. CH3CH2CH(OH)CH3 Halogenated hydrocarbons ‡ This tube must be stored in a refrigerated place (0-10°C/32-50 °F). 25 (B) C4H9OCH2CH2OH Industrial hygiene Halogenated hydrocarbons Bromochloromethane 157SB© 2~80 1 White Yellow 3 2×5 200 (A) Butyl ether Alcohols. HCN (200). industrial hygiene hydrocarbons. 111U© 20~500 1 Yellow Brown 2 10 100(A) 140SA 5~160 1 White semiconductor industry. Hydrogen selenide (5).A.000 Aromatic hydrocarbons rust-proof for metal. NO2 1-Butanol Concentration chart method 3 Mfg.  CH2BrCl ‡ 20~400 1/2 (CH3CH2CH2CH2)2O 111U© 10~1. NO2. Propane antiknock. powder. 138U 10~400 1 Pale blue industrial hygiene 1 10 Other organic gases or vapours Aromatic hydrocarbons 1~80 1 Greenish carcinogen in humans) 1 (B) yellow C6H6 118SE 0. PH3. synthetic 2-Bromopropane 157SB© Butyl methacrylate 20~ Alcohols. CIO2 . Xylene (over 300) Gasoline and/or other Industrial hygiene (suspected 0.000 Organic solvent treating hydrocarbons. Ketones.0) purple yellow 0.A. Cl2 (100). mfg. HCN.0 1 126SA Pale pink 2 10 168SE Pink White 3 2 × 5 H2S.5 (A) C6H6 1~75 1 carcinogen in humans) 1 (B) Butyl amine Organic synthesis intermediate. insecticide.5 (A) tert-Butyl mercaptan Industrial hygiene H2S. CO (50). 216S© 3~60 1 Pale pink Yellow 3 10 NO2 (10). Arsine. Esters.V Mea. blast cell. 1-Bromopropane 157SB© 2.5~10. Xylene (1. mfg.01~ Brownish Other organic gases or vapours 2 yellow Mercaptans. Colour Change Mea.K. waste 2 10 (CH3)3COH industrial hygiene Aromatic hydrocarbons brown Phosphine (5) 0. emulsifying agent Leakage detection in synthetic Benzene. Colour Change Gas to be measured No. Ketones.1~2. 211U 2~60 2 Yellow Pale blue Material of acrylic resin 2 10 118SC 2~50 2 White 2 10 CH2=CHCO2(CH2)CH3 hydrocarbons.0 1 Industrial hygiene. Ketones.05~ Toluene.B) Greenish Toluene (over 150).5 (A) Pale Toluene (1. Xylene. solvent. Butane.6% green houses. hydrocarbons. SO2 139SB© 2 Orange printing inks.7% Purplish HCN (100). Cl2 (200). stabilizer hydrocarbons. Paraffin 2-Butanol 10~300 2 Organic solvent treating.L.03~ Brownish Dark except Halogenated Fuel. H2S. Other Amines  CH3CH2CH2Br ‡ Organic synthesis intermediate.000).03~ 600 (B) Carbon dioxide 1 0. NH3. fruit 500 (J) storage n-Butane 0.0 1/2 Pale Arsine. Xylene.55~5. Propane (0. CO (2.1 (J. Aromatic 2 (A) Greenish Toluene. T. Pale Pale 118SD 0. 0. Dark H2S (5). Esters. Alcohols. Esters. Hexane.2% Purplish tunnels.S. medicine Bromine Butyl cellosolve Alcohols. Pentane. Aromatic 50 (J) 1. Aromatic 20 (A) 190U© 3 Yellow Pale blue 2 10 Concentration chart method ether/2-Butoxyethanol) 1.3-Butadiene Pale 2 (A) Butyric acid Conflate artificial flavour.A (ppm) (ppm) B: U. Acetylene (3%).000).5 1 yellow HCN. 0.K.2%).B) (Ethylene glycol monobutyl 10~ hydrocarbons. H2S. H2S.0% green except Halogenated 100 (J) synthetic dyes. Esters. 2 10  (CH3)2CHBr ‡ CH2=C(CH3)CO2C4H9 1. artificial leather 3 10 1. Isobutylene. HCN acid * ).2~ buildings.05 (B) in paints industry & painting. Ethylene. Doping gas analysis in tert-Butanol Organic solvent treating. CH3CH2CH2CH2OH Halogenated hydrocarbons Alcohols. NH3 CO2 0.5 10 agent. poultry farm. paper coating agent Other organic gases or vapours Process control & fire hazard tert-Butyl methyl ether 0. Hydrogen selenide.500 (n-Butyl alcohol) 190U© 5~100 3 Yellow Pale blue 2 10 for solvent. HCl (2 × Acetic CH2=CHCH=CH2 yellow 10 (B) CH3CH2CH2COOH medicine. Range (ppm) No.V T. Cl2 (5) rubber industry 5~100 1 Pale Alcohols. 8 9 . emulsifying 3 10 Amines 5 (J) brown Hexane (2. 20 (A) * Interfered by coexistence more than parenthesized rate. Paraffin 100~ blue H2S (150). NO2 0.6% Trichloroethylene 0. 121U 0. B: U. Greenish Toluene. flotation reagent.000 (A) CH3(CH2)2CH3 0. 1 (B) brown Hexane (100) Halogenated hydrocarbons Benzene 1~25 4 Industrial hygiene (suspected 0. Esters. Esters. 0. Paraffin Br2 114 1~20 1 White Orange Industrial hygiene 2 10 Cl2 (1). Ketones. closed vessels. Range (ppm) Chemical Formula Strokes Original Stain (year) box A: U. Ketones. CO2 126B Pale pink Industrial hygiene 2 10 Alcohols.

S. 178SB White Industrial hygiene 2 2 × 5 n-Hexane (100). Vinyl chloride. Halogenated combustion of coal gas (Trichloromethane) 35~250 3 White 2 2×5 10 (A) ‡ orange carcinogen in humans) hydrocarbons.000) Carbon monoxide 5~50 4 garage. 109SA 1~40 1 White 2 10 -extra high range 126SH 1~20% 1 Pink Yellow Combustion gas analysis 2 10 orange electrolytic soda plant.000 Yellow 3 10 Acetylene. H2S (1/2 × CO * ) ‡ This tube must be stored in a refrigerated place (0-10°C/32-50 °F). mfg. CH2=CClCH=CH2 Carbon monoxide-in Measure- ment for atmospheric pollution survey. 100 (A. Halogenated ‡ extinguishers waxes.0 1.0 106B seconds 1 3 10 H2S (1.3%).000). Cl2. tunnel. Cyclohexane 0.1 (J.6% green Benzene (400).05~1 2 purple Carbon disulphide 141SB 2~50 2 1 (A) Chlorine dioxide Leakage defection in textile & CS2 Pink Yellow Industrial hygiene 3 2 × 5 H2S (120). SO2 111U© 20~300 1 Yellow Brown 2 10 100(A) Dark C6H10 intermediate Aromatic hydrocarbons 106SS 30~500 1 Yellow 1.125~ White plastics industry. Halogens. 150 (J) 106SA 20~ Yellow 3 10 115S 1 Orange industry & painting. 0.L. C2H2 (1/5 × CO * ).5 titanium & aluminum. waxes Gas manufacture blast furnace.1%).0 5 chlorinated hydrocarbons. Acetylene.2%).2~ 126SB 1 Pale pink 2 10 Carbon monoxide 1/2 1. iso-Butane coal.K. water 2 10 Br2. * Interfered by coexistence more than parenthesized rate. tunnel. fire 5 (J.04~ CCl4 hydrocarbons 1/2 1. HCl (2. tunnel.A) CO2 2. n-Hexane (200) CHCl3 23~167 4 2 (B) Measure- Carbon monoxide-in ment for 0. combustible gas analysis. SO2. ClO2 (1).0% blue H2S (150). Benzene.000 Chloroprene 1. of Shelf Q’ty of (ppm) Gas to be measured No. Colour Change Mea. Cl2 Carbon dioxide 100~ Carbon tetrachloride Phosgene. Ethylene garage. tunnel. Ethylene (5.7% Carbon dioxide Yellowish Leakage detection in Br2 (1).1~3.0~20 1 Greenish Industrial hygiene Cl2.5 (J. Gas manufacture blast furnace. CS2.V Mea. Esters.000). Paraffin hydrocarbons. HCN. Cl2 0. car park.B) 1.OOO).0% Acetylene (0.B) Cl2 4 orange NO2 (1/5 × Cl2 * ). Organic synthesis Alcohols. 106S 10~250 3 Yellow 2 10 Cumene brown atmospheric pollution survey. Cl2 (200). T.A.A (ppm) (ppm) B: U. NO2 viscose rayon &cellophane 1 (J) 0.5~ detection & concentration 1 Carbon dioxide 10. Hydrogen Concentration chart method treatment 1 2×5 ‡ 0. iso-Butane. leakage NO2 (1/2 × Cl2 * ) NO2 (50) CO2 0.B) 239S 5~60 1 Pink Yellow 3 2 × 5 SO2. Phenols (2.15%) Cyclohexene Medicament.01~ Dark Acetylene. Esters. NO2 (1/5 × CO * ) Xylene (2. SO2. Toluene (800). 1 10  CH2        C=O Industrial hygiene 10 (B) 2. colour intensity 10~ yellow Blue spontaneous combustion of coal ‡ 0.4 2 purple yellow sulphide. H2S. car park.000 126SG Pink Yellow 2 10 HCN Carbonyl sulphide Process control in chemicals 0. Chloroform 70~500 2 3 (J) Concentration chart method 3 NO2 (1/5 × CO * ) 152S Yellowish Industrial hygiene (suspected Halogens. (2-Chlorobutadiene) 169S Pink 3 2×5 10 (A) 0.1%) 5 (A) 1 COS mfg. -ultra high range 126UH 5~50% 1/2 White Purple Industrial hygiene 2 10 109SB 0.0 yellow brown 10~ yellow Blue spontaneous combustion of (50).000). 0. H2S (3. Cl2O (1). 10 11 . synthetic Alcohols. SO2 or 5~300 brown atmospheric pollution survey. Acetylene (1/20 × CO * ).000) C6H4(CH3)OH 25.15%). B: U.000 Alcohols.A) 0.000 Fire hazard detection in paints Dark Acetylene (1/5 × CO * ). 206U 5~500 2 Yellow Pale blue 2 10 Other alcohols 106SC 1~50 1 Orange 2 10 C6H11OH rubber industry 50 (A. Aliphatic amines 5 (J) presence 30~300 Cresol 0. 2.5~10 2 yellow Acetylene. Cl2 or NO2 (1) 0. NO2 20% Dark Propane. 20 (J.K.000 (Tetrachloromethane) 5~60 1 White Red 1 2 × 5 Trichloroethylene.000). SO2. Range (ppm) No. SO2.L.1 (A. car park. Halogenated hydrocarbons 30 (B) Dark garage.V T.02~ (J.000). Fuel Aromatic hydrocarbons 25 (B) C6H5CH(CH3)2 40~ 1/2 Ethylene or H2 (5. blast furnace. n-Butane(0. Aromatic organic syntheses 50 (J) 190U© 2~40 3 Yellow Pale blue Compound materials 2 10 CH3CH=CHCHO hydrocarbons. H2 (5. Cl2 Reddish ‡ 0. industrial 30~500 1 Pink Yellow rayon &cellophane plant.A) of Ethylene. 1 Industrial hygiene 147S Paint manufacture. fats.000). Colour Change Gas to be measured No. refinery of 2 10 0.000). Hexane (0. HCl.000 process of oils. 197U 2~100 3 Yellow Pale blue 3 10 Alcohols 106SH 1 White Brown gas. NO2 (1). NH3 (100 × CO * ). Chlorobenzene 5~140 1 Pale 10 (J. SO2 (3. * Interfered by coexistence more than parenthesized rate.A Chemical Formula Strokes Original Stain (year) box A: U. 50 (A) (Isopropylbenzene) 111U© 20~140 1 Yellow Brown 2 10 combustion of coal gas NO2 (1/5 × CO * ) intermediate.S. Ethyl benzene CO 100 1.000). Phosgene 0. Formic acid. Xylene.B) purple prediction of underground H2S spontaneous combustion of Cyclohexanone Propane (0. Crotonaldehyde hydrocarbons. Range (ppm) Chemical Formula Strokes Original Stain (year) box A: U.0 control in synthetic rubber & Chlorine Pale Br2 (1). C6H5Cl 1~5 5 brown 1 (B) 25~ 1 Dark garage. Carbon monoxide Ethylene (5.8~20 4 10 (B) ClO2 116 1~20 1 White paper bleaching plant. CO (50). car park.1~2 1 Pale ‡ 109U White hygiene 2 10 HCI (20 × Cl2 * ). NH3 (200). Recovery control in viscose 0. leakage detection of coal     CH2 CH2 Organic solvent treating. extraction 3 10 1 brown SO2 (1/5 × CO * ). NCl3 (5) C02 2. H2. Ketones. brown ‡ This tube must be stored in a refrigerated place (0-10°C/32-50°F).05~ Cl3CNO2 2 CO 8. 141SA synthetic chemistry. Ketones.5) (A) oxides.000 10% 126SF Pink Yellow 2 10 NO2.5~ Pale Pale Pale Green to prediction of underground 183U 2 2 10 (50). H2S (1. C2H2. Ethylene organic syntheses     CH2 CH2 (0. 2 2 × 5 H2S (400). colour intensity coal. 25 (A) Gas manufacture. leakage detection of coal CO 1.1~ brown Ethylene.1~ (0. SO2.A) Gas manufacture blast furnace.1~ 30~300 Chloropicrin 1 presence Pale Green to Prediction of underground 172S 16. of Shelf Q’ty of (ppm) Tube suring Interferences Tube suring Interferences (Synonym) Pump Typical Applications Life tubes/ J: JPN (Synonym) Pump Typical Applications Life tubes/ J: JPN No. Paraffin gas. H2 (10%) (Nitrotrichloromethane) White Pink 1 2 × 5 Carbon tetrachloride.1~2. H2S.4% 5. Cyclohexanol Process control in synthetic 25 (J) CO Reddish atmospheric pollution survey. Aromatic hydrocarbons 20mg/m3 of Ethylene and Nitrogen 106C seconds 1 2 10 H2 (10%). Ethylene. SO2 (1/5 × CO * ). Ketones.A. C6H12 0. 0. Chlorine Toluene. polishes 2 (B) 0.2~6.05~ Purplish HCN (100).B) orange 141SC 0.0 4 Pale Pale Sulphur dioxide. Hexane 1/2 CO 1 30 (B) 4. 50 (J) -ultra high range 106UH White Insect control 3 10 25 (A) 200~ 0.5 10 (1/2 × CO * ). H2 (5. Esters. combustible gas analysis.

Colour Change Mea.2%). Halogens. Colour Change Gas to be measured No. dry-clean 3 10 Amines 10 (A. Diisopropyl amine Pale Pale Diborane Pale Reddish Arsine. 2 10 Cyclohexyl amine Pale Pale C6H4(C2H5)2 Aromatic hydrocarbons 105SD 1~20 1 inhibitor.N-Dimethylacetamide Pale Pale Dibromomethane 157SB© 229S 5~70 2 refinery and resins paint 1 10 CO2. hospital.4% green vapours except Halogenated 400 (J. solvent.35%). Toluene (500) 42~840 1/2 Extraction of natural dyes.V T. industrial hygiene hydrocarbons. 1. Propane (0. Toluene. abstergent Aromatic hydrocarbons yellow Aromatic hydrocarbons Diacetone alcohol Alcohols. 200 (J.B) ‡ Hexane (20).000 Halogenated hydrocarbons. hydrocarbons (Ethylidene chloride) 10~160 1 White Purple 1 3×5 100 (J.S.1 (A) 0.3-Dichloropropene Greenish Fumigation in soil by the name Chloropicrin (1. dye. Organic synthesis Diethylbenzene Alcohols.5% green vapours except Halogenated industry & painting industry. Other amines 10~ Fire hazard detection in paints (C2H5)2NH purple yellow 5 (A.2% brown process control.2-Dichloroethylene Vinyl chloride.B) CH2=CHCO2C2H5 hydrocarbons. 2 10 CH3(CH2)8CH3 solvent. Halogenated 50 (J. Phosphine.V Mea.B) materials and perfume hydrocarbons (50) Halogenated hydrocarbons CH3CO2C2H5 photographic films & plates 400 (A) Diethyl amine Pale Pale 10 (J) Other esters.A Chemical Formula Strokes Original Stain (year) box A: U. Paraffin industry & painting.A.4-Dioxane 0.5~40 1 White Yellow 3 2×5 CH3CON(CH3)2 purple yellow ‡ remover Dibutyl amine Pale Pale 10 (J) 105SD© 2~20 1 Mfg. Range (ppm) Chemical Formula Strokes Original Stain (year) box A: U.A (ppm) (ppm) B: U. 0. Chlorinated ClCH2CH2CH2Cl ‡ (1-Chloro-2. 105SD© 0. Esters.A.B) Toluene (20) HCON(CH3)2 1~15 2 purple yellow chromatography Amines. Alcohols. Acetylene (3%). 25 (J. 190U© 10~250 3 Yellow Pale blue 2 10 50 (A. Esters.2-Dichloropropane 157SB© Industrial hygiene Acetaldehyde (350). mfg.000 White 2 2×5 Divinyl benzene Butyl acetate (700).K.0 5 process Solvents for chemical reaction. Ethyl acetate (700). Vanillin. Hydrazine 10 (J. of Shelf Q’ty of (ppm) Tube suring Interferences Tube suring Interferences (Synonym) Pump Typical Applications Life tubes/ J: JPN (Synonym) Pump Typical Applications Life tubes/ J: JPN No. Halogenated Alcohols. Praffin hydrocarbons. T. explosive n-Decane Organic synthesis intermediate.N-Dimethylformamide 2~30 1 Pale Pale Stationary phase of SO2 (200).A. 3 10 Decahydronaphthalene Solvent. (CH3)2C(OH)CH2COCH3 hydrocarbons. 1. Other amines 5 (A) (CH3)2NH purple yellow Alcohols. mfg.2%). Esters Paraffin hydrocarbons 0.B) N. Fire hazard detection in paints hydrocarbons. herbicide 3 10 Amines 5 (A.2~84 4 industrial hygiene Methanol (0.N-Dimethylaniline Pale Pale C6H4Cl2 Solvent insecticide. NH3.B) Esters. (4-Hydroxy-4-methyl. synthetic rubber.B) 139U© 1 Yellow Pale blue 2 10 25 (A) 2-pentanone) Industry. ferment retardation. Ethanol Dichloromethane 30~ (0. dye 3 10 Amines 5 (J. Esters. paints industry & 150 (J) Dipropyl amine Pale Pale (Acetylene dichloride) Yellow Red 1 10 Hydrogen chloride.5 2 semiconductor manufacturing 2 10 [(CH3)2CH]2NH purple yellow B2H6 yellow purple Disilane 0. Propane 230SA 10 (J. Halogens. Esters. emulsifying Acetylene (3%). N. Esters. Ethyl acetate perfumes & flavours. Alcohols.B) 111U 1 Yellow Brown 2 10 Aromatic hydrocarbons. Paraffin Diisobutyl ketone 20~ Aromatic hydrocarbons.000 industry & painting Halogenated hydrocarbons ‡ This tube must be stored in a refrigerated place (0-10°C/32-50°F). 1.5~10 1 Pink 3 2×5 1(A) ClCH2CH=CHCl yellow of D-D (600) Fire hazard detection in paints Acetylene (3%). 2 (B) o-Dichlorobenzene 214S 5~100 1 White Yellow 2 10 Halogenated hydrocarbons. Aromatic hydrocarbons C6H5N(CH3)2 purple yellow industrial hygiene p-Dichlorobenzene 215S Purplish 10 (J. etc.800). Propane 10~150 1 White 1 10 Benzene. adstergent. Ketones. Ethyl acrylate Esters. Formaldehyde (15). 222S 1~20 1 Industrial hygiene 3 10 NH3. Other organic gases or (Methyl ether) 123S 1 Orange 3 10 400 (B) Nitrogen oxides. Ketones.2~184 2 painting.A) Ion exchange resin and (Methylene chloride) 1.2%).5~9 1 Mfg. Other organic gases or Ethyl ether 107SA 1 Orange extraction process. Glycerin 1. Propane agent 0. Aromatic 111SA 1 Orange artificial leather artificial silk. Ketones. rubber processing. Hydrazine 1. Ketones.0% green except Halogenated C10H12 hydrocarbons.L.B) yellow rubber. C10H18 wax for floor Aromatic hydrocarbons hydrocarbons (50) 100 (B) C2H5OC2H5 clinical laboratories. Hexane Dimethyl ether C6H4Cl2 ‡ brown 25 (B) 0.S.02~1. 20 (A) 2.B) abstergent C6H11NH2 purple yellow detergent. 111U© 5~90 1 Yellow Brown 2 10 107U 20~400 1 Pale blue mfg. MITC C3H5OCl 249S 0. Esters.2-Dichloroethane Industrial hygiene Nitrogen oxides.1%). 145SA 20~400 1 perfumes. Butadiene ‡ orange hydrocarbons 100 (B) 158S© 5~50 1 White Yellow membrance.2-Dichloroethyl ether Yellowish 15 (J)  O         O hydrocarbons (50) 223S 2~30 1 Pink 1 2 × 5 Halogenated hydrocarbons industrial hygiene 25 (B) (ClCH2CH2)2O green 5 (A)     CH2 CH2 119U© 20~500 1 Yellow Pale blue 2 10 Alcohols. Alcohols.05~ Brownish (0.05~2.2%). Halogenated 211U© 5~60 2 Yellow Pale blue Material of Acrylic resin 2 10 5 (A.04~ Dark Fire hazard detection in solvent (0.B) [CH3(CH2)2]2NH purple yellow CHCl=CHCl Trichloroethylene. corrosion 111U© 10~180 1 Yellow Brown intermediate. refrigeration vapours except Halogenated 1. Ketones. mfg. Range (ppm) No. of Shelf Q’ty of (ppm) Gas to be measured No. NH3. organic syntheses. EP rubber. Pale Alcohols. Aromatic [(CH3)2CHCH2]2CO 1.B) 242S 0.5 (A. coating 2 10 5 (A) 5. Paraffin hydrocarbons. Silane.01 (J) 105SD© 1~16 1 Dyestuffs. 180S 2 Reddish Halogens. N. CH3CHCl2 196S 2 10 10 (J. CO2 (0.L.1~ Brownish Other organic gases or vapours Dicyclopentadiene hydrocarbons. surfactant. Alcohols.K. Cl2 4. Alcohols. Epoxy resin. Ketones.B) 2.3-epoxypropane) 192S 5~50 3 Pink 1 2 × 5 Halogenated hydrocarbons 0. B: U. 1. unsaturated  0. Aromatic hydrocarbons 12 13 .01~ Dark Impurity test of Methyl chloride. plasticizer.A) (Ethylidene dichloride) 5~50 1 White Purple 1 3 × 5 Halogenated hydrocarbons.A) 111U© 20~200 1 Yellow Brown 2 10 (Diethyl ether) laboratory. Alcohols (400). 1. (0. 200 (A. Other organic gases or ‡ 5 (B) 139SB© 2 Orange Fire hazard detection in paints 3 10 10 (J) ClCH2CH2Cl Hexane (100)     CH2 CH2   2. 105SD© 1~14 1 Synthesis intermediate 3 10 Amines ‡ 9. Organic synthesis. 3 10 190U© 2~60 3 Yellow Pale blue polyester resins.1~5.A) Acetylene (3%).A.A. Mfg. 20~250 1 White yellow 3 2×5 10(A) CH3CHClCH2Cl ‡ Acrylonitrile (400) 1.3-Dichloropropane 194S Epichlorohydrine 10~500 1 White Purple 1 2 × 5 Halogenated hydrocarbons Greenish Mfg.18%).1-Dichloroethane CH3OCH3 235SA Halogenated hydrocarbons.  3 10 10 (A) CH2Cl2 10~200 4 C6H4(CHCH2)2 (5).0 1 Industrial hygiene. 1. dye 3 10 Amines Dimethyl amine Pale Pale (C4H9)2NH puple yellow 227S 1~20 1 Industrial hygiene 3 10 NH3. Ketones. Amines.

50 (J) 130U Pink Industrial hygiene 2 10 Ethyl benzene 0. Esters (6%) 500 (B) CH2CH2O 0. Aromatic 1. SO2.2~ -colour intensity 108B Blue Coal mining safety. Alcohols (6%). SO2. Esters. hydrocarbons.8% (0. HCl (2 × HCOOH). paper coating agent Ethyl-tert-Butyl Ether Pale Used for automobile fuel 171SA 20~ (ETBE) 248U 1~60 3 Yellow 1 10 Ethanol 5 (A) 1 Yellow Pink 2 2 × 5 Other aldehydes Blue adding the ETBE in Gasoline ‡ 1.000 green Ethylene oxide fumigation & textiles 1 (J. Xylene (2. Ethylene Furan 0.K.B) BrCH2CH2Br 238S 5~25 5 White Black denaturant. mfg. H2S. synthetic Ethyl bromide 157SB© 2~80 1 Ethyl methacrylate Alcohols.A) Ketones (6%).5 (B) Material of furan resin. industrial hygiene Ethylene glycol 232SA 2 Pink Yellow 1.01~ brown Halogenated hydrocarbons iso-C4H10. ‡ 10 NO2 (3) Ethyl cellosolve acetate 2. Esters. 3 10 (Furfuran) 1/2 Aromatic hydrocarbons.0% orange green pharmaceutical industry.01~ brown industry & painting ripening fruits. NH3. T. 122SD 1 Atmospheric pollution surveys 1/2 14. 0.11~ Paraffin hydrocarbons.L. 1 ethylene glycol plant. Toluene (25). 0. Ketones.0 Halogenated hydrocarbons (Ethylene glycol ethyl 5 (J. H2S   HC=CH 190U© 2~60 3 Yellow Pale blue 2 10 insecticide hydrocarbons. CS2.05~ Dark Process control. Esters.7~ 5 (B) 0. H2S. HCN. paints industry & Paraffin hydrocarbons.0 Yellow Pale pink 1 2 × 5 Formaldehyde (0.9% 20~ plastics   HC=CH 108SA 1 Yellow Blue 2 10 CO. Xylene (50). Colour Change Mea.6% green industrial hygiene Cyclohexane. 2 (A. Aromatic 1/2 Concentration control in 4.B) Ethyl amine Pale Pale 2. Ethers. of Shelf Q’ty of (ppm) Tube suring Interferences Tube suring Interferences (Synonym) Pump Typical Applications Life tubes/ J: JPN (Synonym) Pump Typical Applications Life tubes/ J: JPN No.200 Furfural Alcohols. Other Amines 5 (A) C2H5SH NH3. Ketones. 5 (J.600 Ketones. Trichloroethylene (500) Alcohols. H2S CH3(CH2)5CH3 2. NO2 (1). Butane. Arsine. 0.000). Ethyl acetate 5 (J) orange germicide.V Mea.0% Dark hydrocarbons. Brownish Atmospheric pollution survey.000).02 (B) NH2・NH2 8 2.05~ protection of boiler. Esters. n-C8H18. 1.K.A (ppm) (ppm) B: U. 216S 1~50 1 Pale pink Yellow 3 10 NO2 (10).01 (A) (Amidrazone) 219S Yellow Blue 2 10 NH3.000 Halogenated hydrocarbons 113SC Yellow Pale blue 2 10 Toluene sterilization 5~200 3 ‡ This tube must be stored in a refrigerated place (0-10°C/32-50°F).A Chemical Formula Strokes Original Stain (year) box A: U. antioxidant 0.1~20 5 yellow H2S (1. lubricant additive.5 ‡ This tube must be stored in a refrigerated place (0-10°C/32-50°F). organics. fire hazard detection in 187S 1 Orange 2 10 Aromatic hydrocarbons 1.1~5 4 Rocket fuel. corrosion 0.400 green ethylene glycol plant.25 1 Yellow HCN. 50~ Yellowish 1 textiles. SO2. Esters.1 (J) (Ethylene glycol monoethyl Formaldehyde 171SB 1~35 3 White 3 2 × 5 Ether (1. PH3.05~ green Solvent recovery control & fire Cyclohexane. PH3 179S 10~500 1 White Brown 1. Aromatic 1/2 fumigation of foodstuffs & 113SB 1 Orange 2 10 20 (B) 2. Acetylene.B) CH3CO2CH2OC2H5 HCOOH industrial hygiene Cl2 (5). 14 15 . Aromatic hydrocarbons. ether acetate) 10 (B) Formic acid Mfg. Benzene (400) 1 40 (J) n-Hexane 0. Colour Change Gas to be measured No. White Yellow 3 2×5 5 (A) 111U© 20~500 1 Yellow Brown resin. laboratory. Acetylene.400 green painting hydrocabons 122SL Yellow Pale blue textiles. Aldehydes.32% Dark Acetylene. mfg. Other Amines C2H5NH2 purple yellow 2 (B) Industrial hygiene 1. 0. Alcohols.0 4 0.A) 190U© 5~150 3 Yellow Pale blue 2 10 SO2 (1/20 × HCOOH). Hydrogen selenide. H2S (Petrol) 110S 1 Orange 3 10 mg/m 0. ‡ in hospitals 113SA Orange 3 10 0. NO2.5) 1. fire hazard detection in 3 10 50~ Aliphatic hydrocarbons(over C3).0% Dark Fire hazard detection in paints H2C=CH2 concentration control in   HC=CH 122SA© Orange 3 10 Ketones.000). Aromatic 122SM 5~100 3 Pink Yellow 3 10 hydrocarbons Paraffin hydrocarbons.5 2×5 mg/m3 H2S Paraffin hydrocarbons. General hydrocarbons 122SA Orange fumigation of foodstuffs & 3 10 0. 1 10 C4H3OCH2OH 10 (A) 20~250 Ethylene oxide. SO2. CO.05~ Yellow Pink 1 10 hydrocarbons. Paraffin 10 (B) mfg.B)  | > O Halogenated hydrocarbons Ethylene dibromide     HC=C − CHO 166S Concentration control in Halogens or Halogenated (1. n-C5H12.0~ Alcohols. of Shelf Q’ty of (ppm) Gas to be measured No.5~40 1 227S 1~20 1 3 10 Ammonia. Methanol (1%). Mineral turpentine sterilization Alcohols. CH3(CH2)4CH3 50~ Yellowish of oils & fats.5 1/2 Pale Arsine. Halogenated H2 (10%) 0. 20~800 1 1. organic medicine. Fire hazard detection in Paraffin hydrocarbons.A. Ketones. 2. Range (ppm) No. Ketones. NH3 (10). fungicide organic 2 (B) ether) 190U 5~500 3 Yellow Pale blue 2 10 HCHO (1. Esters. 4~160 1 Atmospheric pollution survey. B: U. 5~80 1/2 10 (J) (Ethanethiol) 165SB Yellow Pink In LP gas 2 10 Hydrogen selenide. 2-Dibromoethane) 1~50 1 White Yellow 1 2×5 0. plastics manufactures C2H5OH perfumes & cosmetics hydrocarbons Ethyl mercaptan H2S.525~5.000) 1. Range (ppm) Chemical Formula Strokes Original Stain (year) box A: U. 20 (A) C6H5C2H5 Hexane (0. 0. NO2 (1). Hexane (200) Furfuryl alcohol 5 (J. Halogenated (A. Aromatic 171SC Acetaldehyde. Xylene (2.1%) 100 (B) Organic synthesis intermediate. Propylene. Industrial hygiene (2-Ethoxyethanol) 0.5 10 Benzene (10). 0. Benzene (400) 300 (A) CnHm     Toluene (800).05~10. HCN.S. (Monoethylene glycol) Industrial hygiene Gasoline 0. resin ‡ granary fumigation process hydrocarbons. Paraffin H2C=CH2 (2-Furaldehyde) Materials of Nylon 66.5%) n-C6H14 1.500 C2H5O(CH3)3 Ethyl cellosolve Other aldehydes (1). Cl2. Esters. Ethyl alcohol Methyl sulphide (1). Esters.V T.B) 1~40 4 odorant. Ethylene. 100 (J) HOCH2CH2OH 232SB 3~40 3 3 Pale pink Yellow 2 2 × 5 Aldehydes. Alcohols. Aromatic 200 (J) Heptane 100~ Yellowish Concentration control in 113SB© 1 Orange Industrial hygiene 2 10 hydrocarbons. 2 10 C2H5Br ‡ 20~400 1/2 CH2=C(CH3)CO2C2H5 Aromatic hydrocarbons rust-proof for metal.0 5 hydrocarbons. C2H5OCH2CH2OH Organic solvent treating 0.05~ Yellowish Pale hospital.5 (J) 108SC 1~200 4 Yellow Blue Used for fruits ripening control 2 2×5 Acetylene. Styrene. Aromatic 2. Ketones. mfg:  | > O 1 hydrocarbons 200 (A) 0. Acetic acid CO. 400 (A) 122SC 1~15 3 Pale pink Yellow 2 2 × 5 Aldehydes.S.6% hazard detection in extraction Toluene (800).000) Concentration control in 50 (A) 130~ Alcohols.2) 5.1~2.1~4.L. solvent.5~100 1 Pale Pentane.5 (A.000 165SA 2~80 2 White Yellow concentration control of 2 10 (Ethanol) 104SA 1 3 10 Cl2 (0. Propylene Ethylene 1.2~10 2 Hydrazine 0. Ethylene. hydrocarbons. Acetylene. Amines 0.

3 10 SO2 (5. Ketones.5%) 4.K. Ethylene.200 Purple Pink Industrial hygiene. Ketones. Aromatic hydrocarbons. Esters.A.A) 0.A) 211U© 5~60 2 Yellow Pale blue Industrial hygiene 2 10 156S 0. 0. Mercaptans (550). Propylene. pharmaceuticals.5 (J. Acetylene or Methyl 1. mfg. Isobutylene 0. CO (500) White H2 0.5~10 2 190U© 1~16 3 Yellow Pale blue Industrial hygiene 2 10 Aromatic hydrocarbons.L. 0. textile sizing vapours except Halogenated compounds. Esters. Pale Alcohols. Mercaptans 5 (B) Fire fazard detection in paints 1 Acetylene (3%). arificial flavour. PH3.005 (J) (CH3)2C=CH2 113SB© 2. H2S. Hydrogen 0. 2 10 Alcohols. industrial Isobutyl alcohol Detergent of paint and varnish.25~15 6 Pink acid.03~ Yellowish 1~120 5 yellow brown Hydrogen selenide industrial hygiene CO (0. NH3.2% green vapours except Halogenated Isopropyl acetate recovery of acetic acid. NO2 hydrocarbons (over C3). Arsine (10). Paraffin 0. H2S (3). Mercaptans.V T.0 5 White Yellow 1 10 HCHO (10) 1 (A. mfg.05~ brown Fire hazard detection in paints 1 0. Acetylene (3%).B) H2O2 ‡ chemicals and medicine (CH3)2CHCH2OH industrial hygiene Doping gas analysis in mfg. 16 17 .0 1/2 Pale Arsine. cosmetics.6% industry & painting.K. Nickel carbonyl (10) 0.2% Dark 120SM White 2 10 SO2 (0.2%). H2S.600 yellow mercaptan (5). 0.05~ Hydrogen sulphide.B) 50~ Pale (CH3)2CHCH2CH2OH industrial hygiene 120SC 1 Dark blue 3 10 Butylene. HCL (2 × Acetic CH3CH2CH2COOH processing acid * ). NO2 (1/5 × H2S * ) 282S 1 2 2×5 2 40~ -separation measurement R·SH. Toluene 100 (J.5~10.000 Impurity test of industrial raw 120SF 50~ White Black gases. Paraffin hydrocarbons. 0.0% red fumigation process H2S (100). hydraulic brake (0.1~ CH3CO2CH(CH3)2 hygiene 120SH 1 Pale blue Black 3 10 SO2 (0. leakage detection. NH3. Colour Change Mea. Process control in sulphur 10~ File hazard detection in paints recovery plant in petroleum 111U 1 Yellow Brown 2 10 Aromatic hydrocarbons.01~ Brownish industry & painting.01~ Brownish (0. lag. Halogenated Hydrogen fluoride Greenish 0. Pale Tube for R·SH. CH2=C(CH3)CH=CH2 Ketones.S.4% green artificial leather.A. Other Alcohols. NH3 (5) HCN ‡ 0. H2S.5% brown Halogenated hydrocarbons 0. lacquer.V Mea.3%) 0. laboratories 200 (A) Hydrogen sulphide 120UH 2~20% 1/2 Pale bule Black 3 10 SO2 CH3CH(OH)CH3 -ultra high range Oil field (esp.5~10 2 yellow purple Isobutyric acid 216S© 3~50 1 Pale pink Yellow substrate for perfume. Range (ppm) No. of Hydrofluoric Isobutyl acrylate Esters. T. Esters. artificial 0. 1 10 (10). Esters for fruit essence.8% Mercaptans 1~30 brown H S * ).5%) 400 (J) (2-Propanol) fluids.75~ chemical laboratory.J industry & painting.5~25 4 10 (B) Pale Alcohols.000 metallurgy. 20~480 2 ‡ This tube must be stored in a refrigerated place (0-10°C/32-50°F).5 control Isopentyl alcohol Stabilizer for Sodium CO (10). Other organic gases or 25~500 2 139SB© 2 Orange leather.4%). chemicals mfg. 3 10 Alcohols 120SD White recovery plant in petroleum 3 10 C9H14O 1~30 1 brown NO2 (2) finish and biocide refinery 2~40 1/2 Alcohols. HCN. Hydrogen selenide. B: U. viscose rayon.8 (B) hydrocarbons 0. CS2.0% Other Esters. 100 (J.3~8 3 Yellow Red industrial hygiene 1 2×5 ‡ NH3 (2) Alcohols. tan 3 10 NO2 (10). Ketones. NH3 Solvent. copolymer. 3 10 (Isoamyl acetate) 188U 10~400 1 Pale blue Industrial hygiene 1 10 brown NO2 (2) yellow Aromatic hydrocarbons 50 (A) 0. of Shelf Q’ty of (ppm) Gas to be measured No. yellow Aromatic hydrocarbons 0. 1 (A). Aromatic HF yellow 1. Colour Change Gas to be measured No. Halogenated Hydrogen sulphide 100~ 1/2 hydrocarbons H2S 2.L. 3 10 120U Pink Industrial hygiene 2 10 2. fire 5 (J) Alcohols. bleach. 153U 10~400 1 Pale blue Industrial hygiene 1 10 112SC SO2 (1). industrial hydrocarbons (50) 100 (J. Alcohols. 122SA© 1 Orange perfumes. Alcohols (6%).5~5% 1 150U 1. SO2 (1/3 × 137U 1/2 Yellow Green Industrial hygiene 3 5 Ethanol (0. NO2 (2). Process control in sulphur Isophorone 2~60 1/2 Pale SO2 (10).200 green 173SB 2~20 1 Pink phamaceuticals organics mfg.02 (B) 242S© 2 10 Disinfectant.2~6. and Freon. 197U© 5~80 3 Yellow Pale blue adhesive.05 (A) Ketones (6%). oil refinery. Paraffin 50~ H2S 120UT 5~40% 1/2 Pale blue Black 3 5 SO2 (8%) 1 hydrocarbons. HCN. Isoprene 0. of Shelf Q’ty of (ppm) Tube suring Interferences Tube suring Interferences (Synonym) Pump Typical Applications Life tubes/ J: JPN (Synonym) Pump Typical Applications Life tubes/ J: JPN No.A Chemical Formula Strokes Original Stain (year) box A: U. SO2 (200). SO2. Propane 1.000 industry & painting 1/2 refinery hydrocarbons 1. (0. 2 10 Alcohols.4~4 5 Fire hazard detection in paints Acetylene (3%). Esters (6%) H2Se 1~20 1 Pale Reddish 0. inks.05~ Dark Aromatic hydrocarbons. Cl2 0. Mercaptans (300). 3~150 1 metal refinery. oil well) Other Alcohols. Range (ppm) Chemical Formula Strokes Original Stain (year) box A: U.5~30 3 Dehydrator. mfg. SO2 (1/20 × Acetic acid * ). 3 10 CI2. leather dyes. metal decreasing & drying: hospitals. Propane 0.0 1 yellow Mercaptans. 0. adhesives. Other organic gases or 112SA 1 Yellow 3 10 139SB© 2 Orange 3 10 3. metal hardening 2 10 SO2 (1). Ketones. paint.1~3. Ketones or Esters Isobutane 50~ Yellowish HCl 4~40 1/2 hazard detection. Esters. Esters. Halogenated hydrocarbons * Interfered by coexistence more than parenthesized rate. gas Isopentyl acetate Dark SO2 (12). Aromatic 167S semiconductor. process 2 2 × 5 SO2. 0. fumigation process. (Isoamyl alcohol) 209U 5~100 3 Yellow Pale blue thiosulphate hypo. Ketones.0% 1 Orange green Mfg. Hg2. process CH3CO2CH2CH2(CH3)2 4 37.5~5 yellow Hydrogen chloride 20~600 1 control.000). Iron carbonyl 5~600 1 Pale Dark Paraffin. ink. 1/2 H2S & R·SH Pink H2S (30) 173SA 1. Toluene 50 (J.A (ppm) (ppm) B: U. 1 (B) 113SB© 1 Orange Industrial hygiene 2 10 (60%). Pale Tube for H2S. 3 2 × 5 Cl2 Parafin hydrocarbons green 0. Dicyanide Isobutyl acetate 1.1%).1~ 1. 3 10 1. HCI CH2CHCO2CH2CH(CH3)2 hydrocarbons.17~2 9 industrial hygiene Hydrogen peroxide 247S Mfg.B) 120SB 1~50 3 White manufacture. mfg. Butyl-rubber 2 10 hydrocarbons. PH3.200 Yellow Pale blue Industrial hygiene 2 10 hydrocarbons.B) Hydrogen cyanide 112SB 2~100 1 5 (J) CH3CO2CH2CH(CH3)2 Yellow Red Electro-plating. Aliphatic 120SE 1~20 1 Yellow Pink 2 10 PH3. plastic films.B) (Isobutanol) 208U 5~100 3 Yellow Pale blue mfg. Cl2 (5) 6~300 1/2 Mfg. 0. Aromatic 2. printing inks hydrocarbons (50) 150 (A.S. Yellowish (CH3)3CH 1. SO2 Isopropyl alcohol antifreezes.01~ Brownish Concentration control in Acetone.2%).

575~5.1 (A) Mesityl oxide (2-Methoxyethanol) hydrocarbons. Ketones. antifreezes. CI2 (0. Ketones. Esters. soluble polymer 3 10 NO2 (10). HCL (2 × Acetic 0.A.A. 18 19 . PH3 2~80 1 Insect fumigation for mills. Cl2 (5) mg/m3 (A) Methyl butyl ketone 0. [(CH3)2CH]2O Aromatic hydrocarbons 157SA Reddish mfg. lmbricating oil & liquer. 111U© 30~800 1 Yellow Brown solvent.000 hydrocarbons. Other organic gases or vapours CH3OH denatured-alcohol. synthetic Alcohols. Paraffin hydrocarbons. Aromatic CH3CO2CH3 3. Alcohols.L. Dichloromethane (500) (CH3)2CHSH 0. 119SA 1 Pale green & laboratory.V T. 3-Dichloropropene. lacquer. B: U. Ketones. CH3C6H10OH industrial hygiene Halogenated hydrocarbons Methyl cyclohexanone 198U 2~100 3 Yellow Pale blue Industrial hygiene 2 10 Alcohols 50 (J. 3 2×5 1 (J. printing inks. Esters. Colour Change Mea.B) CH3I 500~ Yellowish Brownish 176UH 1/2 Used for wood fumigation 3 10 15.B) CH2=C(CH3)COOH Halogenated hydrocarbons acid * ). fats.A. Other organic gases or 111SA© 1 Orange 3 10 200 (J.1 (J) 3-70 Maleic anhydride 157JS 1/2 Yellow Brown 2 2 × 10 216S 0. hydrocarbons (over C3). blast.B) 0. Alcohols (6%).0~ Process control. Range (ppm) Chemical Formula Strokes Original Stain (year) box A: U. Esters. Alcohols. natural resins. 176SC 1~20 1 White Gray Wood fumigation 1 10 Hydrogen sulphide. 8. synthetic vapours. paints Halogens. Halogenated CH2CHOHCHOCH3 dye. Methyl chloroform 200 (J) 197U© 10~500 1 Yellow Pale blue 3 10 Alcohols 100 (A) 160S 30~400 1 Reddish extraction of oils & fats.5). 1-Methoxy-2-propanol Solvent.B) ether) 190U 5~500 3 Yellow Pale blue Organic solvent treating 2 10 Alcohols. Halogenated 222S© 1~12 1 3 10 5 (A) 1~25 2 White Yellow warehouses. mfg. Halogenated Other Esters. perfume and 157SD 0. 216S© 1~50 1 Pale pink Yellow Mfg.L. rubber cement.K.01~ Brownish cleaning & decreasing of metal except Halogenated perfumes & cosmetics.2%) 1. Aromatic 5 (J. 100~ Blue or 139U 1 Yellow Pale blue detection in paints industry. Aromatic 15 (A) hydrocarbons. Propane (0. Methyl cyclohexanol Mfg.000 orange green ‡ This tube must be stored in a refrigerated place (0-10°C/32-50 °F). Paraffin Methyl acrylate Material of Acrylic resin.A.A (ppm) (ppm) B: U. dyestuff. Cl2 (5) SO2 (1/20 × Acetic acid * ). Aromatic CH3NH2 purple yellow 5 (A) 190U© 5~350 3 Yellow Pale blue 2 10 25 (A) (CH3)2HCO(CH2)2COH hydrocarbons. 0. NO2 (0.1-Trichloroethane) White 3 2×5 350 (A) ‡ 15~200 2 orange industry. Paraffin Halogenated hydrocarbons Methyl cellosolve acetate hydrocarbons.75 1 Yellow HCN.A Chemical Formula Strokes Original Stain (year) box A: U. Hexane (200) 0. Isopropylamine Pale Pale Methyl bromide 157SB Halogens. fire hazard 20~ Aromatic hydrocarbons.B) Paraffin.1). denaturization of 3 10 200 (J. cellulose. Other amines Isopropyl cellosolve hydrocarbons.1).15~11. hydrocarbons Process control. hydrocarbons Fire hazard defection in paints Acetylene (3%).K.1~ Dark industry & painting: mfg. Halogenated 0. Aromatic (2-Butanone) 139SB 2 Orange surface. mg/m3 5 (J. ships. etc (1. Ketones. 0. Paraffin CH3COC2H5 alcohol 119U 1 Yellow Pale blue 2 10 (3%). of Shelf Q’ty of (ppm) Tube suring Interferences Tube suring Interferences (Synonym) Pump Typical Applications Life tubes/ J: JPN (Synonym) Pump Typical Applications Life tubes/ J: JPN No.A) Methacrylic acid CH3CO2CH2CH2OCH3 hydrocarbons. Aromatic SO2 (1/20 × Acetic acid * ) 190U© 3~120 3 Yellow Pale blue 2 10 5 (J. solvent 3 10 Amines 0. pharmaceutical 3 10 122SA© Orange 3 10 6.5%) hydrocarbons (Methanol) painting. Methanol in LPG 119LPG 1. Esters. Esters. Ketones. except Halogenated Methyl cyclohexane 100~ Yellowish 113SB© 1 Orange Cellulose solvent 2 10 hydrocarbons. Esters (4-Methyl-3-penten-2-one) 190U© 5~100 2 Yellow Pale blue Industrial hygiene 2 10 CH3OCH2CH2OH hydrocarbons.05~ brown control & fire hazard detection Halogenated hydrocarbons Methyl alcohol 1 industry. Esters.B) CH3C6H9O Paraffin hydrocarbons (over C3).V Mea. 400 (J.A) (CH3)2CHNH2 purple yellow (Bromomethane) ‡ hydrocarbons. industrial hygiene in LP gas Paraffin hydrocarbons ppmv green * Interfered by coexistence more than parenthesized rate. Hydrogen selenide. Aromatic 5. Esters.025 237S© 5~80 2 Yellow Pale blue 2 10 5 (A) Mercury vapour mg/m3 Pale Electrolytic soda industry. Br2 or NO2 130U Pink 2 10 (1).5~50 1/2 Toluene (Iodomethane) 2 (A. Methyl ethyl ketone 200 (J. 50 (B) CH3COCH=C(CH3)2 Alcohols. Esters. Colour Change Gas to be measured No.S. HCL (2 × Acetic (CH3)2CHCH2COOH medical uses 0. HCI (0. paints industry & 2.4% green hydrocarbons (50).05~ Yellowish Fire hazard detection in hospital Alcohols.600 green Ketones (6%). HCL (2 × Acetic 20 (A. Propane CH3CCI3 100 (B) industrial hygiene Methyl acetate 0.5~10 1 0. Acetylene 20~ industrial hygiene hydrocarbons. CH3(CH2)3COCH3 142S Grey 3 10 mg/m3 Hg 0. Ketones. CI2. concentration 5 (B) CH3Br SO2 (1/20 × Acetic acid * ).0% green perfumes dyes.5) Methyl cellosolve Paraffin hydrocarbons (over C3).1~2.2% in paint industry & extraction of (0.A. lens 10~500 1 White 3 2 × 5 Tetrachloroethylene or ‡ orange Isopropyl mercaptan 1.0% Dark resins. 1/2 0. oils. 1. Halogenated 0. 2 10 For use of antifreezing agent  1. ink.4~10 4 freight cars.8~22 1/2 control in granary fumigation Isovaleric acid Artiflcial fiavour.5~6 2 Acid acceptor.000 1/2 Yellow Yellowish 3 10 esp. Paraffin Methyl amine Pale Pale 10 (J) 227S 1~20 1 Industrial hygiene 3 10 NH3. waxes. Chloroform (50). of Shelf Q’ty of (ppm) Gas to be measured No.4~8 2 1.B) CH2=CHCO2CH3 industrial hygiene Aromatic hydrocarbons.A) (Ethylene glycol monomethyl Alcohols.0% orange hydrocarbons.01 g/m3 C4H2O3 acid * ).5~10 1 White Purple 1 2×5 216S© 3~50 1 Pale pink Yellow 3 10 NO2 (10).0 orange thermometer.1~0. CI2 (5) Metal decreasing & cleaning. (0.S. solvent.5 1/2 Pale Arsine. abstergent. vaults. 2 10 250(A) Trichloroethylene.5 3 acid * ).A) finishes hydrocarbons C6H11CH3 1. N-Methyl aniline Pale Pale Halogenated hydrocarbons 105SD© 0.1. Ketones. Alcohols.5 (A) C6H5NHCH3 purple yellow Gunpowder.B) 1.2%).2~10 4 Pale pink Yellow Material of polyester resin 3 10 NO2 (10). solvent recovery Aromatic hydrocarbons. fluorescent lamp H2S (0. Isopropyl ether Alcohols. Methyl iodide ‡ 2. T. Ethylene dibromide. Range (ppm) No. mfg.500 Halogenated hydrocarbons. Esters (6%) Alcohols. 211U 2~60 2 Yellow Pale blue 2 10 2 (A) 199U 5~200 3 Yellow Pale blue 2 10 Alcohols 50 (J. H2S.

100 (J) (Amyl acetate) 210U 10~200 3 2 10 Aliphatic hydrocarbons.0 industrial hygiene Methyl styrene 0.5 2×5 5000 CO.500 1/2 Pale Non-heating Type 159SC Black White underground or closed vessels. 2 5 Oxygen tunnels. HCl 2 (J. H2S or SO2 (10).500 Halogenated hydrocarbons. Br2. solvent. or l2 (2).5~30. NO2 (2%).000). resins.0 5 chemicals. 50~500 1 130U Pink 2 10 Process control 0. 20 (A) Organic gas checker 186 1 Orange Dark 3 10 H2S (10) CH3COH2CH(CH3)2 155U 5~300 1 Yellow Pale blue Industrial hygiene 2 10 Aromatic hydrocarbons.B) 164SH 1 Orange 3 10 100~ CH3SH 1. abstergent 2 10 Other Amines. fungicides.V T.000 orange Arc welding. O2.05 (A) 20ppm) CO (1. HCl (500) NO + NO2 0. 20ppm) 153U© 10~100 1 Pale blue Industrial hygiene 1 10 2 (A) Pentyl acetate Alcohols.3~10 1 Yellowish gas explosion exists (MITC) Pink Soil fumigation 1 10 Carbon dioxide ‡ 0. synthetic Nitric acid vapour 233S 2~20 1 Pale Pentyl amine Pale Pale Purple Industrial hygiene 1 10 HF (8) or NO2 (50). Cl2 (3) 146S 0.5 2 × 5 O3 (2). Esters. Ketones. Acetylene. PH3 10~100 1/2 Pale Methyl methacrylate Esters.L.500 ‡ This tube must be stored in a refrigerated place (0-10°C/32-50°F).1 (J. Ketones (6%). 0. O3 0. 175SA ‡ 20~250 1 White Yellow Exhaust gas analysis 1 10 SO2 (100).1~4. Pale Arsine or H2S (10) Flue gas analysis (with hollow PH3 121SB 174B yellowish 2 2×5 Yellowish & acetylene 0. 2 2×5 245UM Pale blue Used for wood fumigation 1 10 1. Exhaust gas analysis 2 5 121SA orange Reddish -separately measurable 10~300 20~800 1 Pale blue 3 10 1 White Cl2 (1) Phosphine in acetylene † purple Impurity test of calcium carbide 0.2). NO2 (1.05~ Air pollution analysis.5~25 2 purple 1 (B) CH3(CH2)3CH3 1.5~25. Esters. Ketones. Alcohols.02 (B) COCl2 Yellowish Nitrogen oxide and dioxide 174A NO. Pale light 117SA 1 White 3 10 brown NH3 (200).5~5 1 yellow HCN. 300 (J) (2-Aminoethanol) 224SA Pink Pesticide.5~25 2 0.A Chemical Formula Strokes Original Stain (year) box A: U. C10H8 yellow Aromatic hydrocarbons Pale Material of Acrylic resin. HCl (1. Acetylene. Esters. petrol additive 20~ Yellowish Cl2. Aliphatic amines 1. 0. Halogenated Oxygen deficiency in hydrocarbons 159SA 2~24% 1/2 White Brown underground or closed vessel.6% brown nitrocellulose CH3(CH2)7CH3 5~80 1 Aromatic hydrocarbons Halogenated hydrocarbons Methyl isobutyl ketone Alcohols. Aliphatic 50 (J. 3. HCl (10). rubber accelerator 3 10 Amines C4H9NO purple yellow 10 (B) Pale blue (over Naphthalene Pale Alcohols. H2S (2%). mines CO2 (5%). acid dipping. Oxidant Paraffin hydrocarbons 1. of Shelf Q’ty of (ppm) Tube suring Interferences Tube suring Interferences (Synonym) Pump Typical Applications Life tubes/ J: JPN (Synonym) Pump Typical Applications Life tubes/ J: JPN No.025~ 193S 10~500 1 White Yellow Synthetic resin 3 10 Styrene 50 (A) 6 CH3C6H4CH=CH2 0. B: U. 600 (A.K.V Mea.5~20 1 Leakage detection in mfg. industrial hygiene SO2 (0.A) purple (Carbonyl chloride) White Red 1 10 ‡ 0. 3 10 Amines HNO3 ‡ 1~10 2 yellow CH3(CH2)3CH2NH2 purple yellow medicine.A) Pentane 50~ Yellowish hydrocarbons (over C3).A) NO & NO2 NO2. 122SA© 3 Orange 3 10 Aromatic hydrocarbons. Methyl sulphide (1).L.000) 3 (NO2) † Air flow control orifice is required. 0. Mercury CH3CO2(CH2)4CH3 Aromatic hydrocarbons (Nickel tetracarbonyl) Pale Dark 0. Aromatic 1~50 1 Pale 3 (J. Br2. plastics.A) 105SD© 2~22 1 detergent. Range (ppm) Chemical Formula Strokes Original Stain (year) box A: U. H2S CO2. green Ketones. dyes.2 (A) amines (50) NO2 orange gas analysis in sulphuric & nitric brown Pale acid dipping of metal products Phosgene 117SD 0. 182U 3 Blue White 2 10 NO2 (0.001 (J) brown 129 20~700 1 Waste gas analysis 1/2 10 vapour. H2S. Nickel carbonyl yellow Dark industrial hygiene 50 (A. Reddish Oxygen・Carbon dioxide White Brown (CO2) 164SA 5~140 1 White 2 10 Ethyl mercaptan. * Interfered by coexistence more than parenthesized rate. Phenols (2. Esters.0 2 Industrial hygiene 2 10 (50). O2 & CO2 Pink Yellow (J.S. Esters. (less than Ni(CO)4 yellow purple 0. SO2 (7). Ketones. insecticide. l2 or Ozone (5). 182SB 5~50 1 Blue 2 10 NO2 (10) 184S 10~160 1 Yellow Pale blue Pigment. NH3.A. Cl2 (10). Colour Change Gas to be measured No.5~15 1 purple 100~ 175SH 1 White Yellow Exhaust gas analysis 2 10 HCl (500) 2. Alcohols.B) Black or (Isopropyl acetone) hydrocarbons (over C3). 0.66~22 1/2 orange Oxygen. Colour Change Mea. 20 21 . Esters.1 (B) Concentration chart method 1~40 glass tubes) 5~90 1 Pale blue brown 3 10 orange 25 (NO) † (A) ‡ This tube must be stored in a refrigerated place (0-10°C/32-50°F). of Shelf Q’ty of (ppm) Gas to be measured No.1 (J) Alcohols. Methyl mercaptan Pesticides. Range (ppm) No.5). Ketones. Aromatic Nitrogen dioxide Yellowish garage (diesel exhaust): waste C6H5OH yellow Pale 2 (B) 117SB 0.B) HOC2H4NH2 Esters (6%) Morpholine Pale Pale 20 (A) 105SD© 2~22 1 Solvent.01~ Dark Solvent forgums. Hydrazine 113SB© 1 Orange Industrial hygiene 2 10 0.1~1. NO (15) 0.3 (J. Cl2 (5). 2~10% yellow -separation measurement 281S 1 Combustion control 1.5~3% 1 10~600 1 yellow O2 tunnels and mines Cl2 (0.15~ 0.5 (A.5). paintings 2 10 50 (A. (A) Nitrogen oxides 1~30 1/2 Pale 175U White Industrial hygiene 3 10 H2S (5). Oxygen deficiency in CH3NCS 3~24% 1/2 25~1.000 green Alcohols (6%).5 Monoethanol amine Paraffin hydrocarbons.B) yellow CH2=C(CH3)CO2CH3 Aromatic hydrocarbons Ozone 2.05 (A) 1 Methyl propyl ketone 20~ Aromatic hydrocarbons.B) 1~20% (Methanethiol) 50~ Pale Atmospheric pollution survey. Iron carbonyl.S.A) 183U 0. NO (10) Phenol Pale 5 (J. Hydrogen selenide.000 orange green In the area where the danger of Methyl isothiocyanate 159SB 2~24% 1/2 White Brown 2 5 245UL 0.A (ppm) (ppm) B: U. corrosion inhibitor. Other Ketones. adhesive.000) Concentration chart method Dye. Ketones.K.000 yellow concentration control of odorant Cl2 (1/3 × CH3SH * ) 1/2 182SA 1.B) Arsine. NO2 (100). NO2 1~10 1/2 Pale Arsine.0 139U 1 Pale blue Industrial hygiene 2 10 CH3CO(CH2)2CH3 1.0 2 White 1 10 Cl2.2%) 0. H2S (650). T. 200~ Yellowish Pale 245UH 1 Used for wood fumigation 3 10 O2 SO2 (2%) 10. n-Nonane 10~160 1/2 Alcohols. 111U© Yellow Brown 2 10 200(A) 0.000 Dark blue Yellow 2 10 Cl2.0 3 White 1.

1~ Process control in sulphuric 1. HCl C10H16 materia medica (5).0% Dark preparation of propylene oxide 2 (J. Fire hazard detection in paints 135SB 1~10 1 Pale Blueish 0. 0. Range (ppm) Chemical Formula Strokes Original Stain (year) box A: U.A) Phosphine 0. T. SO2.2~2.0 fumigation of tobacco leaves & process cereals. PH3 (50). Alcohols.02~ Mfg.25~ orange purple Concentration control in Hydrogen sulphide (50) Yellow Red semiconductor manufacturing 1 10 2 SiH4 ‡ 0. 22 23 . Esters.000 yellow brown 2 Vinyl chloride. 1 (A) 105SD© 0.02~ 103SF 1 White Orange plant (with moisture control 3 2 × 5 H2S (100) Alcohols.V Mea.18%). 2-Dichloroehylene or HCl (2). Arsine (50).000 (A) Sulphuric acid 0. Aromatic 190U© 20~300 3 Yellow Pale blue 2 10 100 (A) Sulphur dioxide-in CH3CH2CH2OH hydrocarbons.5~10 1 3 10 Amines 1~20. Acrylonitrile (400) Flue gas analysis in heat power Sulphur dioxide-in flue gas 0. Ethyl acetate (700).0 1/2 C5H5N purple yellow paint.75 1 yellow H2S.S.0% acid paint (chemical mfg. artificial flavour. solvent. of Shelf Q’ty of (ppm) Tube suring Interferences Tube suring Interferences (Synonym) Pump Typical Applications Life tubes/ J: JPN (Synonym) Pump Typical Applications Life tubes/ J: JPN No.S.0 4 orange purple 1.02~ Process control in sulphuric ore 6.2-Epoxypropane) 1.0 process 103SD 1~60 1 Pink Yellow acid & nitric acid.4% green hydrocarbons.A. Toluene.5 1/2 Pale Arsine. Colour Change Mea. HCN. city gas. Propionic acid Nickel-electro plating solution. 1. 0.0 1 Industrial hygiene. mfg. 158S White Yellow 3 10 121SG 5~150 1 White Yellow 3 10 H2S (5).A Chemical Formula Strokes Original Stain (year) box A: U. resin & plastic (5). Trichloroethylene. sulphuric 1. 1 10 1.5). 2-Dichloroethylene.2mg/m3 C3H3 0.3% tube) 1-Propanol hydrocarbons. Acetylene (50). Isopropyl Propylene glycol Mfg. H2S (10) Propylene oxide ‡ This tube must be stored in a refrigerated place (0-10°C/32-50°F).6%)   1 Metal refining. 1/2 Arsine (30).1~3 4 purple industry SO2 Propane 0. Paraffin SO2 0. industrial 3 10 NO2 (1 × SO2 * ). H2S (40) 20~700 1 Pyridine Pale Pale Alcohol denaturant. Phosphine (5).575~5. doping gas analysis in 5~300 1 Methanol (0. Halogenated 0.5~ 122SC© 5~50 1 Pale pink Yellow 2 2 × 5 Aldehydes.V T.2-Dichloroethylene (10). Ethanol mfg.18%).1~ brown 1.3% calcination 200~ Ammonia (0. Metal refining.5). 1/2 1~50 4   3. Formaldehyde (15). Butadiene 103SE 0.200 Acrylonitrile (400) 121SH White Orange 3 10 NO2.3 (J. 151U 1 flavours & perfumes.0 1 Pale Brownish NH3 (20). Ethanol hygiene 2 (A) (0. mfg.5~10.K. B: U. sulphuric α-Pinene Materials for perfume and  Butyl acetate (700).5 (B) 5. cellulose solvent Other organic gases or vapours Trichloroethylene.5~25 1 Blue Process control in beverage Halogenated hydrocarbons carbondioxide 103SG White 3 10 NO2 (0. Acetylene (3%).K. lubricant. Vinyl chloride. Hexane. Aromatic industrial hygiene Aromatic hydrocarbons 0. CH3CHCH2 5.000 Hydrogen cyanide (3%). CH3CH2COOH ester perfume. 2-Dichloroethylene. ‡   industry Trichloroethylene (10) 185S 1 Yellow Dark blue Leakage detection 2 10 500 (A) 50~500 1 CH2=CHCH3 1.15~11. 135SA 10~300 1/2 216S© 3~50 1 Pale pink Yellow 3 10 NO2 (10). * Interfered by coexistence more than parenthesized rate. 1.) 400~ 1/2 0.1~2. 139SB© 2 Orange industry & painting. NO2 (100). NO2. ‡ 5~150 1 acid * ). CO.B) White Red 2 10 1.05~ Pink semiconductor manufacturing 2 10 SO2 2 yellow H2S. H2S. Mercaptans. (1. ‡ 0. medical care.5~25 2 Disilane (2). H2Se (5) 2. Esters. CI2 (2 × SO2 * ) Methanol (0.B) Trichloroethylene.000 Cl2 (1/5 × SO2 * ). 50 (B) Paints industry & painting.250 1/2 Yellow Red 1 10 Propylene 50~ CO (200).600 103SA 1 Yellow Blue 3 10 H2S (400) 3. 121SD 1 10 Silane 240S 1~50 1 PH3 (20). 0. Arsine Metal refining.A) 163SA Orange 3 10 Ketones. metal decreasing. 25 (A) CH3CO2(CH2)2CH3 (Perchloroethylene) 0. H2S (0. sulphuric 3. industrial hygiene Styrene Fire hazard detection in Butyl acetate (700). C12 H2SO4 mg/m3 industrial hygiene (A) Mfg.L. Industrial hygiene.2% hydrocarbons Propyl amine Pale Pale 105SD© 1~20 1 Analgesic 3 10 Amines 125~ CH3CH2CH2NH2 purple yellow 135SM   Process control in dry cleaning 1.5~150 2 (0. Range (ppm) No. Esters. Hydrogen selenide. Trichloro- 125SA 1 Orange Brown 2 10 1.5~5 Petrochemical industry. Ketones.0% O 163SD 0.0~ Leakage detection in 1/2 Aromatic hydrocarbons.35%). mfg. SO2   100~ 1 0. Mercaptans. Formaldehyde (15). HCl. of Shelf Q’ty of (ppm) Gas to be measured No. semiconductor. Nitric acid. HCL (2 × Acetic 10 (A.0% Dark 20~ Pale Dark 135SG White 2 2 × 5 1.35%). anti-freeze 243U 200 Yellow Pale blue Industrial hygiene 3 10 10 (J) Si(OC2H5)4 Tetrachloroethylene. H2S Tetraethoxysilane 1 alcohol (7). Alcohols. waste gas 1 10 NO2. SO2. Sulphur dioxide H2S (100 × SO2 * ) Pale Hydrogen selenide. H2S (50) Silane. 100 (J) 0. moisturizer.25~5 2 analysis Acetaldehyde (350). Cl2 (5) Trichloroethylene.01~ Brownish except Halogenated Dry cleaning. waste gas 2 10 0. Vinyl chloride (40) Propyl acetate flavours & perfumes Tetrachloroethylene solvent recovery control Propane (0. Ethanol 5~80 2 122SC© 3~70 1 Pale pink Yellow 2 2 × 5 Aldehydes. HF. paints industry & painting. analysis 121U 0. 40~ n-Propyl mercaptan 1. Cl2 medicine.2~ 1 1.400 White Yellow 3 10 CH2CH2OH2SH 0.A) (Vinyl benzene) synthetic rubber. dye of fiber 5 (B) 0. HCN.2~5. Colour Change Gas to be measured No. 103SB 1 White Orange 3 10 H2S (100) 121SS White Orange Fumigation of grains 3 10 0. mfg.05~ brown 5 (B) 1 hydrocarbons 3.2%) 200 (J.  12. Diborane (20) 0.50% fire hazard detection ethylene 244U 5 Yellow Pink 2 10 HCl.   103SC 20~300 1 Purple Yellow acid & nitric acid. mfg.0 2 Yellow Pale pink 1 2 × 5 Formaldehyde ‡ * Interfered by coexistence more than parenthesized rate. CH3CHOHCH2OH emulsify. Cl2C=CCl2 2. Butadiene 20 (J. 100 (B) PH3 0. Ketones.5~10 1 158S© 20~300 1 White Yellow 3 10 Pink Yellow acid & nitric acid.L. 1-Trichloroethane. NH3 (1) 0. Hydrogen selenide 130U Pink Industrial hygiene 2 10 121SC 1.A (ppm) (ppm) B: U. 3 10 ‡ 0.000 Ethylene.1 (B) C6H5CH=CH2 2~100 2 industry 200~ 158SB White Yellow 3 2 × 5 Acetaldehyde (350). propionate and ester. SO2 (1/20 × Acetic acid * ). 2 10 Paraffin hydrocarbons. SO2. Ethyl acetate (700).

Esters. Paraffin Acetylene (3%). Cl2 (5) CH2CH2 Pale 162U 20~400 1 Pale blue 2 10 Aromatic hydrocarbons.3%). 0. rubber & (Chloroethylene) 5~500 1 White 1. printing 3 10 Amines C6H4(CH3)(NH2) purple yellow 2 (A) NO2 (0. emulsifier. Ketones. CH2CH2 1 n-Valeric acid Artificial flavour. Aromatic hydrocarbons.8 1/2 Metal decreasing & cleaning. leakage hazard detection in paints Vinyl chloride 2. 2.(A): Threshold Limit Values for Chemical Substances in the Work Environment Adopted by ACGIH (American Conference of Governmental Industrial Hygienists) with Intended Changes for 2014. 20 (J. (CH3)3CCH2C(CH3)2 100~ green substance to be measured. 2. Esters. mfg. 3. Range (ppm) Chemical Formula Strokes Original Stain (year) box A: U.A) green ‡ orange purple (below Cl2C=CHCl 0. 2. Ketones.0% Dark industry & painting Alcohols. Methanol 1.A (ppm) (ppm) B: U.7~33. Other Amines purple yellow ‡ This tube must be stored in a refrigerated place (0-10°C/32-50°F). 1/2 111U© 10~140 1 Yellow Brown 2 10 5. adhesives. Ketones.A. Triethyl amine 2~20 1/2 Pale Pale 1 (A) Xylene Hexane (0. of Shelf Q’ty of (ppm) Gas to be measured No. Interferences are normally in proportion to the ratio of interfering compound to the 113SB© Orange Automotive fuel 2 10 hydrocarbons. Halogens.0~ Fire hazard detection in paints n-Undecane Alcohols. mfg. CH2=CHCl 3 (B) Ethyl benzene (10) plastics industry Toluene printing inks. acid * ).K. Aromatic 2. perfume. TLV.S. 2-Dichloroethylene.5 2×5 1 (A) 124SA 10~500 1 White Brown 3 10 Methanol (1%). 177SA 1 Purple 3 10 o-Toluidine Pale Pale 1 (J) mg/L green process control Acetone (0.V Mea. industry & painting.2~ brown petrochemical industry. CO.B) 216S© 3~70 1 Pale pink Yellow 3 10 NO2 (10). 2 10 Toluene (1/5 × Xylene) industrial hygiene Pale Pale 222S 1~20 1 Industrial hygiene 3 10 NH3.3%). Leakage & fire hazard detection Benzene. 50 (J. Ethanol 124SH 1 White Solvent recovery control 2 10 3. Alcohols (6%). 134SA 10~300 1/2 Blue (over White Red 2 10 1. 1. Vinyl chloride (20) 100 (B) 40LB/ printing inks. Colour Change Mea.6mg/l) Vinyl chloride. 2-Dichloroethylene or HCl 10 (J. adhesives.B) C6H3(CH3)3 Aromatic hydrocarbons 200~ 1/2 Paraffin. Aromatic hydrocarbon SO2 (1/20 × Acetic acid * ). T. Tetrachloroethylene. 1 Ketones (6%).K. Ketones.4~ (Methyl benzene) industrial hygiene 1 HCl (500).L. 2.0 Greenish C6H5CH3 132SC Pink Industrial hygiene 3 2 × 5 Ethylene (300).05~2. Colour Change Gas to be measured No. (0. printing inks. HCl. 1. Methanol (1%). Vinyl acetate 10~120 1 Process control in Acetylene Ethylene (150). CH3(CH2)9CH3 Aromatic hydrocarbons Tetrahydrofuran 102SA© Orange 3 10 0. Esters (6%) 1. Yellow 237S Yellow Pale blue 2 10 10 (A) Halogenated hydrocarbons CH3CO2CH=CH2 5~60 2 plant Ethers.0 2 yellow 124SB 2~100 1 White Brown Solvent recovery control 3 10 Cl2 (50) Hexane (high conc. Trimethyl amine 5 (A) (CH3)3N 5~100 1/2 2 (B) Pale Pale Sulphur dioxide.6mg/l) Nitrogen oxides. 4-Trimethyl benzene Alcohols.0 Greenish Industrial hygiene. 50 (B) 12.A Chemical Formula Strokes Original Stain (year) box A: U.3~36.5~50 1 3 10 purple yellow Amines 0. 105SE 2. Hexane. 4-Trimethyl pentane 4. 2-Dichloroethylene.K. dyes.2~6.3%).000 brown benzene.0% -ultra low range 177UR 2 Yellow 3 10 Vinyl chloride. 1-Trichloroethane.000 Yellowish Notes: (1) Only compounds commonly occurring and affecting accurate readings are listed. HCl.5 10 benzene. (2). Xylene. (B): Occupational Exposure Limit listed on guidance Note EH40/2007 from the Health and Safety Executive in U. * Interfered by coexistence more than parenthesized rate. 132SA 1 in PVC plant. ‡ This tube must be stored in a refrigerated place (0-10°C/32-50°F).1~3.S. medicine Alcohols. Hexane (0.B) (C2H5)3N 1~10 1 purple yellow 2 (B) (Dimethyl benzene) agricultural chemicals etc. Ethyl waterproofing agent. dye 3 10 Amines 2 (A) C6H4(CH3)(NH2) purple yellow 0. Esters. 2-Trichloroethane 236SA 177U 1 Yellowish 3 10 Alcohols 10~100 1 White Purple Industrial hygiene 1 3 × 5 Halogenated hydrocarbons. Propane Tetrahydrothiophen hydrocarbons. MMCF) 1. dyes. Other Halogens. Other Amines industry & painting mfg.400 (2) 2 × 5 in the Q'ty of tube/box column means 5 detector tubes and 5 pretreat tubes. ‡ orange detection in synthetic rubber & Halogenated hydrocarbons plastics industry. Ethyl acetate (0. plasticizer. paints 1. Xylene (50). 3 10 1. Alcohols.2%) p-Toluidine Pale Pale Blue (over 105SD© 2~20 1 Analytical reagent. ‡ 5~150 1 40LB/ Tetrachoroethylene. 10 (J. Aromatic LB/MMCF green industrial hygiene hydrocarbons H2O Mfg. (4) TLV. (3) 3 × 5 in the Q'ty of tube/box column means 5 detector tubes and 10 (in total) pretreat tubes.L.(J): Occupational Exposure Limits (OELs) recommended in Journal of Occupational Health issued by the Japan Society for Occupational Health.5~10 5 1. organic solvent.V T. dyestuff. 0.8 Yellowish Industrial hygiene.) 0. Acetylene (1%). 0.05~ Water vapour 134SG 1 White Yellow 2 10 1. TLV.000 2 White Brown in phthalic acid plant.0 4 100~ Dark Benzene. Range (ppm) No. B: U. 2~12 Yellowish Petrochemical industry. HCL (2 × Acetic         O CH3(CH2)3CO2H lubricant.5 (J) Benzene (10). of Shelf Q’ty of (ppm) Tube suring Interferences Tube suring Interferences (Synonym) Pump Typical Applications Life tubes/ J: JPN (Synonym) Pump Typical Applications Life tubes/ J: JPN No. Aromatic Leakage & fire hazard detection 190U© 4~100 3 Yellow Pale blue Odorant 2 10 0.A. 1.2%).5%).2 4 fumigation of clothes. 100 (A) C6H4 (CH3)2 industrial hygiene 143SB 5~200 2 White Brown cleaning fluids.2~3. 132SB Reddish detection and fire hazard Cl2.05~ Brownish Brownish (0. 24 25 . 143SA 5~1. Esters. Esters Alcohols.A) mg/L yellow green process control Cl2CHCH2Cl ‡ Water vapour (less than Hexane (100) H2O 0. Cl2 MMCF) 3~80 Petrochemical industry. industrial hygiene Tetrachloroethylene. 177UL 1 Yellow Yellowish 3 10 134SB Pale Blueish LB/MMCF industrial hygiene Trichloroethylene 1~16 1 dry cleaning & insect 1 10 1.0% Industrial hygiene 50 (J. Ethyl Methanol (0.A) 0. Esters. Ketones. NH3 (0. 105SD© 2~22 1 Dye. The figure listed after the interferences are "ppm" unless otherwise indicated.1%) 213S surface activator and 3 10 NH3.0% orange green vapors except Halogenated Halogenated hydrocarbons industrial hygiene hydrocarbons (50) Solvent recovery control & fire Process control.1%). 2.02%). Chlorine. Toluene. Other organic gases or C4H8S hydrocarbons. 111U© 20~250 1 Yellow Brown 2 10 25 (J.

upon request.2-Tetrachloroethane CHCl2CHCl2 20-80 ppm 236SA ☆ N. such as different temperatures.2-4 ppm 132SC ☆ Benzaldehyde C6H5CHO 5-70 ppm 190U ● Model P-41R Compressed Breathing Air Sampling Kit ☆ 1. the conversion chart and the measuring range may vary with each manufacturing lot. Other conditions. Composition ❶ Control assembly…………………………………………1 set (Including an adapter with W22-14RH Female thread for rescue and on-land cylinders)………………………… 1 pc ❷ International fitting yoke (For a scuba cylinder)… ………… 1 pc ❸ Gas detector tube (an extra option)… …………………… 1 pc ❹ Tube protector…………………………………………… 1 pc ❺ Tip cutter for Gas detector tube…………………………… 1 pc 9 9 ❻ Wrench… ……………………………………………… 1 pc 10 10 ❼ Digital stopwatch………………………………………… 1 pc ❽ Carrying case (Aluminum)………………………………… 1 pc Instruction manual… ……………………………………1 set Optional Accessories for 604SP only ❾ 50mL plastic syringe  1m vinyl tube 26 27 . (minutes) Original Stain (year) tubes / box (ppm) 1-Bromopropane CH3CH2CH2Br 10-500 ppm 157SA 2-Bromopropane (CH3)2CHBr 10-500 ppm 157SA Carbon monoxide 5~100 2 600SP Yellow Dark brown 2 10 m-Chlorotoluene C6H4Cl(CH3) 0. For the above two substances.5-10 ppm 132SC (CO) 2.1-Dichloroethylene CH2 = CCl2 1-22 ppm 132SC Water vapour Disilane Si2H6 1-50 ppm 240S 603SPA 20~160mg/m3 1 Yellow Yellowish green or blue 3 10 (H2O) Ethylene chlorohydrine CICH2CH2OH 5-300 ppm 119U Oxygen ※ 604SP 2~24% 1 White Brown 2 10 Iodine I2 0. SUBSTANCE CHEMICAL FORMULA MEASURING RANGE USING TUBE ● Compressed Breathing Air Test Tubes Measuring Colour Change Allyl chloride CH2CHCH2Cl 1-40 ppm 132SC Tube Sampling Time Shelf Life Q'ty of Substances to be measured Range Benzyl chloride C6H5CH2Cl 1-16 ppm 132SC No. humidity and coexisting gases.2.000 2 Purplish blue Pale pink 2 10 p-Chlorotoluene ClC6H4CH3 1-50 ppm 132SC (CO2) p-Cymene CH3C6H4CH(CH3)2 20-200 ppm 102SD Oil mist 602SP 0.3~5mg/m3 25 Yellow Pale blue 2 10 1. COMPRESSED BREATHING AIR TEST SYSTEM These conversion charts are for use in a temperature of 20°C (68°F). Trichlorotoluene C6H5CCl3 0. Please specify the name of the substance to be measured together with the tube number when ordering.7-42 ppm 117SB (O2) Mineral turpentine — 4-200 ppm 111U ※ A 50mL plastic syringe and a 1m vinyl tube are optional accessories for 604SP. as well as from an outlet of an air-charge compressor. The system is designed to measure impurities in compressed breathing air such as in scuba and rescue cylinders.1. are not confirmed.B. for the following listed chemical substances using existing detector tubes within the Kitagawa SPECIAL APPLICATION TUBES range.5 〜 5 4 o-Chlorotoluene ClC6H4CH3 1-50 ppm 132SC Carbon dioxide 601SP 100~3.SUBSTANCES TO BE MEASURED BY USING CONVERSION CHARTS Conversion charts are available.

0 180 White Purple 2 chlorine method sterilization of swimming needed B White pools.01~0.0 180 Brown Pale yellow 2 method Specifications Waste water analysis in pulp ❶ Tube/box : 10 tubes (10-time use) Direct & paper mills.4~5 over 5. other chemical 1 ball ❸ Sampling time : 20 seconds method industries.8% over 5.1. Tube Chemical Sampling Substance Range Volume Time Typical Applications Life detector Only these tubes are able to detect various kinds of gases. testing portable ● Organic Gas Qualitative Detector Tube (Tube No 186B) water supply ball (As extra) Section Original Detection of dissolved Free residual Immersion chlorine for disinfection & None A Orange 234SA CI2 0.5~10 over 5. No. C Yellow Water Position Direct D Yellow 10~160mg/L 10 Blueish Detection of water content Rubber 77S content H 2O C sampling Yellow 2 50~400mg/L 10 purple in solvent bulb The "A" side sampling at the arrow mark direction and the "D" side sampling at an inverse direction of the arrow mark are required by using two fresh tubes for one-time analysis. in solvent D method Specifications Quantity of tubes per box:10 tubes each. petroleum Rubber ❷ Pump stroke : 1 (100mL) 203S Copper ion Cu2+ 1~100mg/L over 5. school hygiene Substances to be detected and the detectable gas concentration limit (Unit: ppm) ( ※ Organic gas) Direct Rubber NH3 (5) SO2 (10) HCI (20) Acetic acid (15) ※ CO (10) Acetylene (10) ※ 204S Cyanide ion CN. None 201SB Chloride ion Cl. petroleum 1 ● Inorganic Gas Qualitative Detector Tube (Tube No 131) Sulphide ion S 2- method refineries.0 120 to 240 sampling White Blue KCN & NaCN in water 2 ball Amines (50) CI2 (5) NO2 (5) H2S (10) PH3 (2) Methyl mercaptan (10) ※ method (As extra) Filter Non-discoloration confirmed substances Detection of salt water in paper/ Suction marine lubricating oils. water treatment plant A Pale purple Immersion 201SA 10~2.0 90 Brown Pale yellow 3 B Reddish purple method Detection of salt water in C White Immersion marine lubricating oils. water treatment. 0. simple quantitative analysis of the gases is also possible. HCN Ethylene CO2 NO 205SL Salinity NaCI 0. ❶ Tube/box : 10 tubes (5-time use) ❷ Pump stroke : 1 (100mL) +1 (100mL) ❸ Sampling time : 30+30 seconds ❹ Shelf life : 2 years Substances to be detected and the detectable gas concentration limit (Unit: ppm) ( ※ Inorganic gas) Hexane (10) Acetylene (100) Ethylene oxide (100) CS2 (100) Propane (100) Gasoline (0. etc.000) Methyl ethyl ketone (100) Styrene (100) Arsine (20) ※ Trichloroethylene (100) Methyl isobutyl ketone (100) Methyl alcohol (100) H2S (10) ※ Tetrachloroethylene (100) Formaldehyde (10) 1-Butanol (100) CO (100) ※ Vinyl chloride (10) Acetaldehyde (100) Isopropyl alcohol (500) Ethylene (10) Ethyl acetate (500) Ethyl cellosolve (100) Butadiene (1. Formula Method Original Stain (ppm) (mL) (sec) (year) kit Although the main purpose of this system is qualitative analysis. 3~200 over 5.000) Ethyl amine (100) 1. testing needed D White Immersion portable water supply E Yellow 201SC 1~60 over 5.0 90 Brown White 2 method impurity test.0 60 sampling White Orange refineries. SPECIAL APPLICATION TUBES SPECIAL APPLICATION TUBES INORGANIC GAS/ORGANIC GAS QUALITATIVE DETECTOR TUBES DETECTOR TUBES USED FOR DISSOLVED SUBSTANCES IN SOLUTION Our new qualitative-analysis-detector-tube system is composed of only two (2) kinds of gas detector tubes which contain different Measuring Sampling Colour Change Shelf Use of reagents at multiple sections in the tubes.000) Butyl acetate (100) Tetrahydrofuran (100) Non-discoloration confirmed substances CH3Br Acetic acid Methane CCI4 Pyridine 28 29 .2~5 over 5.0 30 Brown White 2 Rubber method impurity test.1 mg/L) Toluene (200) Cresol (20) Pentane (10) Benzene (100) Ethyl benzene (400) Aniline (50) Heptane (10) Acetone (500) Xylene (1.0 180 White Dark brown & paper mills. waste disposal (As extra) ❹ Shelf life : 1 year plants. other chemical None Immersion needed 200SB 0.000 over 5.1-Trichloroethane (1.000 over 5. waste disposal 2 Section Original method plants. Immersion Waste water analysis in pulp 200SA 2~1.1 mg/L) Methyl mercaptan (20) Phenol (10) Butane (10) Kerosine (0.0 150 White Pale brown industries.

B) 503 Sulphur dioxide SO2 0.B) 502 Hydrogen Sulphide H2S 1~20 6 1~8 White Brown Industrial hygiene 1 5 (J. Formula Range Original Stain (mL/min) (hours) (year) 710 0.05~1.W.750. Measuring No.(Tube No.L.40 200 15 Yellow 1 purple ‡ This tube must be stored in a refrigerated place (0-10°C/32-50°F). CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION DETECTOR TUBE Model S-23E or S-27 Air Sampler is required for above tubes (See page 35).0µg/mL 1 Pink 1 2×5 ‡ † blood yellow Quantity of tubes per box:10 tubes each.50 350 10 Pink 1 Acetic acid 10~400µg/m3 ‡ orange 200 60 CH2 = 25~ 721 200 30 For Cultural-property protection in art Toluene C6H3CH3 0. blood-qualitative ‡ This tube must be stored in a refrigerated place (0-10°C/32-50°F).5~20 6 1~8 Purple Yellow 3 2 (A.01~0.S. Brown 50 (J.10~2. TLV-TWA(The Threshold Limit Value-Time Weighted Average): The time-weighted average concentration for an 8-hour workday and a 40-hour workweek.4 1 Model S-23E or S-27 Air Sampler is required for above tubes (See page 35).0 15 orange 901NHL Ammonia NH3 1~12µg/m3 400 60 Pale purple Pale yellow 2 semiconductor industries 713 Yellowish 0.05~1. † Air flow control orifice is required.A. 721© Xylene C6H4(CH3)2 0.02~0.04~0.A.05~1.0 250 10 Pale yellow Pink Industrial hygiene 2 H 2S 0.48 300 10 orange 900NHH Ammonia NH3 10~80µg/m3 400 60 Pale purple Pale yellow 2 galleries and museums 710A 0.01~0.5~8 White 3 ringed 25 (A) 501 Ammonia NH3 5~200 8 1~8 Purple Yellow 3 25 (J. 30 31 . Formula Original Stain (ppm) (mL/min) (minutes) (year) Detector tube for crime [Gasoline]Yellow/brown/greenish brown and/or Kerosene 290PⅡ 1 White 2 10 investigation [Kerosine]Brown/pale pink/pale brown 0.2 200 10 purple HCN 2~30mg/L 1 Yellow Red 2 2×5 ‡ † blood 30~400µg/m3 30 Yellowish Purple 1Atmospheric environment 750 Trichloroethylene Cl2C = CHCl 100 1 290CO Carbon monoxide in CO 20~90%COHb 1 Yellow Blackish brown 1 2×5 69~920µg/m3 15 orange red measurement † blood 30~400µg/m3 30 Yellowish Purple Screening test for 760 Tetrachloroethylene Cl2C = CCl2 100 1 290EA 69~920µg/m3 15 orange red Ethyl alcohol in blood C2H5OH 0.0mg/mL 3 Pink Pale blue cause identification of 1 2×5 † one's death 290HS Hydrogen sulphide in Pale 770 Hydrogen fluoride HF 0. without adverse effect. Applications ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT MEASUREMENT DETECTOR TUBE (ppm) Strokes Original Stain (year) box Measuring Sampling Colour Change Shelf Detector tube for crime [Gasoline]Brown/dark brown/orange Tube Chemical 290P 1 White 1 10 Gas to be measured Range Flow Rate Time Typical Applications Life investigation [Kerosene]Pink/dark brown Discriminate Gasoline No. 730: 2 × 10 tubes). Formula Original Stain Tube Chemical Measuring (ppm) (mL/min) (minutes) (year) Gas to be measured Flow Rate Time Typical Applications Life No. 760: 2 × 10 tubes) Paraquat dichloride in 290PQ CH3(C5H4N)2CH3CI2 — White Blue 3 10 Model S-23E or S-27 Air Sampler is required for above tubes (See page 35). TIME WEIGHTED AVERAGE TUBES T.of Colour Change Shelf Q'ty of Tube Typical Detector Tube Chemical Formula Range Pump Life tubes / No.1~1.12 300 30 Yellowish Pink 1 For Cultural-property protection in art ‡ 0. ‡ Reddish 730 p-Dichlorobenzene p-C6H4CI2 0.0 Indoor air pollutants 1 910 Organic acid CHCOOH 1000µg/m3 Pale pink Pale yellow 3 ‡ galleries and museums Formic acid 721© 20~800µg/m3 200 60 Ethyl benzene C6H4(C2H5)2 0.2 200 20 White Brown 1 HCOOH ‡ Quantity of tubes per box:10 tubes each.A.01~0.K.0 30 Yellowish Formaldehyde HCHO 30 Pink 1 For clean room monitoring of ‡ 0.05~1.1 200 20 Reddish 740 Nitrogen dioxide NO2 White 2 290CN Hydrogen cyanide in 0. Formula Flow Rate Time J: JPN (ppm) Original Stain (year) (mL/min) (hours) A: U.B) 504 Toluene C6H5CH3 20~200 10 1~8 White Brown 3 50 (J.1~1.B) Quantity of tubes per box:10 tubes each. SPECIAL APPLICATION TUBES SPECIAL APPLICATION TUBES INDOOR AIR POLLUTANTS MEASUREMENT DETECTOR TUBE SUPER-HIGH SENSITIVITY DETECTOR TUBES Measuring Sampling Colour Change Shelf FOR AMMONIA IN ART GALLERIES/MUSEUMS AND CLEAN ROOMS Tube Chemical Gas to be measured Range Flow Rate Time Typical Applications Life Sampling Colour Change Shelf No.721. day after day.B) 500 Carbon monoxide CO 5~400 6 0. to which nearly all workers may be repeatedly exposed.V Sampling Colour Change T. Quantity of tubes per box:20 tubes(Tube No.2~2.01~0.A Measuring Shelf Tube Chemical (ppm) Gas to be measured Range Typical Applications Life No.A B: U.

). 301 for tubes extension rod for continuous air flow check up to 2 metres (Non- ■DNPH-TREATED SILICA GEL SORBENT TUBE only (10 tubes/box). COLLECTION TUBES SPECIAL DETECTORS & ACCESSORIES ■CHARCOAL TUBE (Tube No. ■ Air Flow Indicator ● No breakthrough from coexisting Aldehydes. for remote Used with aspirating pump Model AP-20.4-Dinitrophenylhydrazine (DNPH).5 hours operating time Size 65(W)×260(H)×120(D)mm 45(W)×165(H)×82(D)mm Weight 200g (Excluding batteries) 130g (Excluding batteries) AIR FLOW INDICATOR AIR FLOW INDICATOR MODEL AF-1 MODEL AF-2 32 33 . 801) ■Model SH-5N/SH-10N Rubber Extension Hose ■ Model SR-200R Extension Sampling Rod Useful for sampling organic solvent vapours in air with Useful for sampling polar solvent vapours which cannot Available in 5 metre (SH-5N) and 10 metre (SH-10N) lengths. 800B) ■SILICA GEL TUBE (Tube No. ※ Quantity of tubes per box: 20 tubes ※ Quantity of tubes per box: 10 tubes ■ Model AS-1/AS-2 Air Flow Indicator ■ Model AS-3 Extension Air Flow Indicator To determine velocity and direction of air flow. ・Possible to use it intermittently and continually. Aldehydes and Ketones are diffused through the sorbent tube reacting with DNPH to form hydrazone derivatives (ozone scrubber tube is available so that Ozone will not decompose the derivatives. designed to collect Formaldehyde. max. etc. ■CHARACTERISTICS ● Stable and low blank value enable high performance analysis. ・Appropriate to check the suctioning force and direction & speed of air flow at the duct.  e. Model AS-2 for continuous measurement and No. ● High sampling volume. tanks.g. ・Fluid (Part No. SPECIFICATIONS Model AF-1 AF-2 Alkaline AA size Alkaline AA size Power supply battery 7 pcs battery 6 pcs Continuous Approx 1. then eluted with Acetonitrile and analyzed by HPLC. MEK and other Aldehydes and Ketones in indoor and industrial asmospheres. For sampling for airborne levels of Ozone Scrubber Tube DNPH-Treated Silica Gel Tube Aldehydes and Ketones(Tube No. sampling flow rate (200mL/min) enables collection of 10ppm HCHO at 30 minutes. Air flow is visualized with white smoke (vapour) based on Propylene glycol. process pipes. warehouses. ・Fluid and smoke do not include the corrosive and explosive material. 810 ‡ ) Connect To Air Sampler Ideal for analysis by High Performance Liquid Chromatography (HPLC). ● Determine low concentration quantity with low sampling volume. (White) (Yellow) The special sorbent tube contains silica gel crystals treated with DNPH coating : 1mg/tube 2. (Conformed to NIOSH requirements) One Section System 300mg with Breakthrough indicator samples from inaccessible and confined areas such as manholes. approx. when used in conjunction with an air sampling pump. from low to high concentration. ship holds. explosion proof type). Two Sections System 100mg + 50mg sumps. for vertical and horizontal personal sampler for industrial hygiene be collected by Charcoal tube such as Methanol sampling with aspirating pump Model AP-20. Model AS-1 for spot Consists of dry batteries and pump attached on the handle of the tests. Useful for drawing gas detection in unreachable positions of up to 2 metres. 90mg/bottle) is consumable.SZFF-03. ‡ This tube must be stored in a refrigerated place (0-10°C/32-50°F). ● Identical condition can be applied for all sampling.

00~99.1-Trichloroethane:15-400ppm Toluene 124SA  Acetylene 101S  Methyl alcohol 119SA   (Methyl chloroform) Ethylene oxide 122SA  Methyl amine 227S  Choroform 152S 34 35 .134SB ● For Inorganic gases Trichloroethylene:1-16ppm Ammonia 105SB  Hydrogen sulphide 120SB  Carbon monoxide 106SA 3) No. 175SA (NOx}. Composition of P-50 No. ■Model SF-40 Hot-air Probe ■Model SS-100 100ml Glass Syringe Gas sampling Time mode : Automatic pump stop by timer Range of flow volume display 0.10L Size 145 (w) × 95 (H) × 67 (D)mm (without projection part) Minimum display : 0.65kgs (including Alkaline AA size battery) Measuring and display Measuring range : 0. Options Model LI-10N Battery unit Remaning time display: Model CX-200 Tripod Display subtraction/addition (Preset value when Model QC-10N Quick charger shipped from factory is subtraction) Suction inlet set Model PA-1203 AC adaptor Operating temperature 0~40℃ Model VFE-3 Filter element (5pcs/set) Power supply voltage AC100V 50/60Hz (AC220V as extra option) Soft case Main body dimensions 130 (W) × 270 (H) × 283 (D) mm Communication cable with software Main body weight Approx. No.050mm (with detector tube) ■P-50/UFO.01L Weight 0. sampling is available by pushing down the switch plastic container to prevent scattering. this probe at 40 cm in length is available. ・Container for used detector tubes ・Accessories ・Carrying case Applied aspirating pump: 159SC (O2) tubes are useful with this sampler.Ⅱ H 20 sets of gas detector tubes as following are added to P-50 as standard.59 (hour. knob.000~0. No.01L holder for low flow volume Time setting range Measuring range : 00.500L /min. minute) (Revolution) Minimum display : 1min. No. diluting high concentration gas.00~9999L Standard accessory Model DB-10N Battery unit for Alkaline battery Suction at sampling flow Minimum display : 0. The メHarmful Gas Detector for Disaster Reliefモ can measure toxic gas levels easily and Chlorinated organic solvents in soil can be sampled through this probe Composed of a ribbon heater. 103SF ・Gas Aspirating Pump (AP-20B) ・Rubber extension hose (5m) ・Tip Cutter (B-191) (SO2).160S ● For Organic gases 1. ・Instruction manual ・Gas qualitative flow chart (Organic gas) Model AP-20 ・Gas qualitative flow chart (Inorganic gas) ・131 ・186B Applied detector tubes: 1) No. 126SH (CO2).Ⅱ H Harmful Gas Detector for Disaster Relief ■Model SPG-1N Sampling Probe for gases in Soil ■Model P-10FG Flue Gas Sampler During a disaster. Trichloroethylene:5-300ppm 2) No. at 1 metre in length. (Can be attached to Model AP-1 and 400 pumps) SPECIFICATIONS SPECIFICATIONS Model S-23E Model S-27 Air pump Diaphragm Air pump Double diaphragm Maximum suctlon pressure More than 40 kPa (At full load) Range of flow volume setting 0.135SA Hydrogen cyanide 112SB  Carbon disulphide 141SA  Carbon dioxide 126SA Tetrachloroethylene:5-300ppm Chlorine 109SB  Sulphur dioxide 103SD  Hydrogen chloride 173SB 4) No.000~1. 175SH (NOx). 173SA (HCl) and No. included. stainless steel sampling probe.1. No. 10-90%RH (without water condensation) automobiles. 174B (NO & NO2).00~1. Model AP-20 aspirating pump and carrying case. No. SPECIAL DETECTORS & ACCESSORIES SPECIAL DETECTORS & ACCESSORIES ■Model SA-10 One-hand Operation Switch ■Model B-191 Tip Cutter ■Model S-23E Air Sampler ■Model S-27 Air Sampler For one handed operation whilst working on a ladder.750L/min control mode presetting (Accumulated volume indication available) Time setting / display Year / Month / Date / Time Accumulated mode : Automatic pump stop by Built-in flow meter Mass-flow sensor Where hot sample is measured like emission gas from gas fittings or This is available for the measurement of high temperature gas or for accumulated volume Operating temperature / humidity 0-40℃ . 4kg Height for measuring 930mm(without detector tube and connecting tube) 1. No.134SA Composition of UFO. Digging tools to make a hole in soil are not pump. the rescue team may be at risk from invisible toxic gases. suction quickly at the disaster scene. in high places or Tips can be cut from the detector tubes and collected within this clear narrow spaces.135SB Hydrogen selenide 167S  Phosgene 146S  Hydrogen fluoride 156S Tetrachloroethylene:1-10ppm Nitro-oxide compound 174A  Nitric acid vapour 233S 5) No. 106SA (CO). (Suctioning time indication available) Power supply Lithium Ion secondary battery (option) Display Digital display by LCD Alkaline AA size battery Measuring and display Flow setting by needle valve AC adaptor (option) at momentary flow Measuring range : 0.100~0.

5 mg/L ■DETECTOR SCOPE.03 ~ 0.3 ~ 3. SPECIAL DETECTORS & ACCESSORIES SPECIAL DETECTORS & ACCESSORIES ■MODEL TWS-201 TUBE WARMING SYSTEM Chlorine solvent which is used in the industry of cleaning and semiconductor causes an environmental problem to the public water system and underground water.27 mg/L ❸ Detector tube holder cis-1. When the inside of the bag of MODEL TWS-201 TUBE WARMING ■Model P-20 Simple Measurement ■Model P-24AP Simple Measurement SYSTEM is heated with the hot packs.1-Dichloroethylene 132SC 0. It is available up to 600 degrees centigrade. -20℃ ). one collecting P-24AP includes : AP-20 Aspirating pump.27 mg/L 1.1 ~ 1. 115g (Not including dry batteries) This is to fix the connection between AP-20 and SF-40.4 ~ 5. The system enables gases and vapours to be measured to the same accuracy as in ordinary temperature conditions. 70 minutes (with Alkaline dry battery) Weight : Approx. and it ■Model SFH-01 Hot-Air Prove holder employs the energy-saving method that means the light turns on when the gas detector is inserted and turns off when the gas detector SF-40 SFH-01 AP-20 tube is removed. 36 37 .5 mg/L ● DS-110W is compact.2-Dichloroethane 230SA 0. gas detector tubes are brought  Set for Chlorocarbons in Drainage  Set for Chlorocarbons in Drainage up to their operating temperature.1 ~ 1. Enables usage of the Detector Tube System in cold conditions Operation P-20 includes : Resinous gas collector.47 mg/L Tetrachloroethylene 135SB 0.7 mg/L ❶ Bag ❷ Hot pack(×2) 1. DS-110W Benzene 118SC 0. It is easy to measure the concentration of solvent in the drainage by measuring the head space gas by The MODEL TWS-201 TUBE WARMING SYSTEM is designed for measuring gases and vapours in low temperature conditions (down to P-20 and P-24AP.01 ~ 0. and magnifies the scale of the gas detector tube for the easy check.7 mg/L ❹ Connection tube 1.1-Trichloroethane 160S 0.3-Dichloropropene 132SC 0.1. four bottle and thermometer collecting bottles. Lighting method : LED x 2 pcs Power supply : "AA" size dry battery x 2 pcs Continual usage time : Approx.6 mg/L Trichloroethylene 134SB 0.03 ~ 0.1 ~ 2. light-weighted.0 mg/L Composition 1. thermometer and carrying case Available gas detector tubes with Model P-20 and P-24AP Chemical name Detector tube used Measuring range Dichloromethane 180S 2 ~ 54 mg/L Carbon tetrachloride 147S 0 .67 ~ 9.1-2-Trichloroethane 236SA 1.0 mg/L ❺ Thermometer 1. ● DS-110W has the lighting function by the dry battery.2-Dichloroethylene 145S 0.02 ~ 0.

N-Dimethylacetamide 730 p-Dichlorobenzene-Indoor air quality 103SF Sulphur dioxide-in flue gas 111U© Cyclohexene 121SH Phosphine-high range 139SB Methyl ethyl ketone 166S Ethylene dibromide 190U© Methyl cellosolve acetate 230SA 1. Detector Tube Tube No. NUMERICAL INDEX OF KITAGAWA DETECTOR TUBES NUMERICAL INDEX OF KITAGAWA DETECTOR TUBES Tube No.2-Trichloroethane 810 DNPH Collection tube 105SD© Butyl amine 111U© 1.1-Dichloroethane 801 Silica-gel tube 105SD Ammonia 111U© n-Nonane 122SA© Isopropyl alcohol 139U Methyl ethyl ketone 169S Chloroprene 196S N.1.4-Trimethyl benzene 122SA© Methyl ethyl ketone 139U Methyl propyl ketone 171SA Formaldehyde 197U Cyclohexanone 237S Vinyl acetate 820 Ozone scrubber 105SD Cyclohexyl amine 111U© n-Undecane 122SA© Methyl isobutyl ketone 139U© Diisobutyl ketone 171SB Formaldehyde 197U© Isophorone 237S© Methyl butyl ketone 900NHH Ammonia in art galleries/museums 105SD© Dibutyl amine 112SA Hydrogen cyanide 122SC Ethylene oxide 140SA Arsine 171SC Formaldehyde 197U© 1-Methoxy-2-propanol 238S Furfuryl alcohol 901NHL Ammonia in clean room 105SD© Diisopropyl amine 112SB Hydrogen cyanide 122SC© Propylene glycol ※141SA Carbon disulphide 172S Chloropicrin 198U Methyl cyclohexanone 239S Carbonyl sulphide 910 Organic acid 105SD© N. colour intensity 117SB Nitrogen dioxide 126SH Carbon dioxide-extra high range 156S Hydrogen fluoride 179S Ethyl benzene 211U Methyl acrylate -separation measurement 106C Carbon monoxide-in presence of 117SD Nitrogen dioxide 126UH Carbon dioxide-ultra high range 157JS Methyl bromide 180S Dichloromethane 211U© Ethyl acrylate 282S Hydrogen sulphide・Mercaptans ethylene and/or nitrogen oxides.4-Dioxane 130U n-Propyl mercaptan 157SD Methyl bromide 186 Organic gas checker 216S© Isobutyric acid 500 TWA-Carbon monoxide 108B Ethylene-colour intensity 120SB Hydrogen sulphide 131 Inorganic gas qualitative detector tube 158S Styrene 186B Organic gas qualitative detector tube 216S© Isovaleric acid 501 TWA-Ammonia 108SA Ethylene-high range 120SC Hydrogen sulphide-in presence of 132SA Vinyl chloride 158S© Divinyl benzene 187S General hydrocarbons 216S© Maleic anhydride 502 TWA-Hydrogen sulphide  108SC Ethylene sulphur dioxide 132SB Vinyl chloride 158S© α-Pinene 188U Isopentyl acetate 216S© Methacrylic acid 503 TWA-Sulphur dioxide 109SA Chlorine 120SD Hydrogen sulphide 132SC Vinyl chloride 158SB Styrene 189U 2-Butanol 216S© Propionic acid 504 TWA-Toluene ■ Specifications are subject to change without any prior notice.N-Dimethylaniline 112SC Hydrogen cyanide 122SC© Propylene oxide 141SB Carbon disulphide 173SA Hydrogen chloride 199U Methyl cyclohexanol 240S Silane 105SD© Dipropyl amine 113SA n-Hexane 122SD Ethylene oxide-low range 141SC Carbon disulphide 173SB Hydrogen chloride 200SA Sulphide ion 242S Diborane 105SD© n-Methyl aniline 113SB n-Hexane 122SL Ethylene oxide 142S Mercury vapour 174A Nitro-oxide compound 200SB Sulphide ion 242S© Hydrogen selenide 105SD© Morpholine 113SB© Isobutylene 122SM Ethylene oxide 143SA Xylene 174B Nitro-oxide compound-in flue gas 201SA Chloride ion 243U Tetraethoxysilane 105SD© Pentyl amine 113SB© Methyl cyclohexane 123S Dimethyl ether 143SB Xylene 175SA Nitrogen oxides 201SB Chloride ion 244U Sulphuric acid 105SD© Propyl amine 113SB© 2.3-Butadiene 190U© Tetrahydrothiophen 232SB Ethylene glycol 760 Tetrachloroethylene 105SA Ammonia 111U© Diethyl benzene 121U Arsine 139SB© Isobutyl acetate 168SB 1. Detector Tube Tube No.2-Dichloroethyl ether 710A Formaldehyde-Indoor air quality 103SA Sulphur dioxide 111U© tert-Butanol 121SA Phosphine in acetylene 135SG Tetrachloroethylene 164SA Methyl mercaptan 190U© Isoprene 224SA Monoethanol amine 713 Formaldehyde 103SB Sulphur dioxide 111U© Butyl ether 121SB Phosphine in acetylene 135SM Tetrachloroethylene 164SH Methyl mercaptan 190U© Mesityl oxide 227S Dimethyl amine 721 Toluene-Indoor air quality 103SC Sulphur dioxide 111U© Butyl methacrylate 121SC Phosphine 136 Acrolein 165SA Ethyl mercaptan 190U© Crotonaldehyde 227S Ethyl amine 721© Ethyl benzene 103SD Sulphur dioxide 111U© tert-Butyl methyl ether 121SD Phosphine 137U Hydrogen 165SB Ethyl mercaptan 190U© Dicyclopentadiene 227S Methyl amine 721© Xylene-Indoor air quality 103SE Sulphur dioxide 111U© Cumene  121SG Phosphine 138U Butyl acetate 165SB tert-Butyl mercaptan 190U© Isopropyl cellosolve 229S N. Detector Tube Tube No. Detector Tube Tube No.2-Dichloropropane 184S© Allyl alcohol 216S© Acrylic acid 290PⅡ Detector tube for crime investigation 107SA Diethyl ether 119U Methyl alcohol 130U Methyl mercaptan 157SB© Ethyl bromide 185S Propylene 216S© Butyric acid 301 Air flow indicator tube 107U Diethyl ether 119U© 1.2. Detector Tube 77S Water content in solvent 109SB Chlorine 120SE Hydrogen sulphide 133A Acetaldehyde 159SA Oxygen 190U Ethyl cellosolve 216S© n-Valeric acid 600SP Compressed breathing air test (CO) 100 Carbon monoxide-length of stain 109U Chlorine 120SF Hydrogen sulphide 133SB Acetaldehyde 159SB Oxygen 190U Methyl cellosolve 219S Hydrazine 601SP Compressed breathing air test (CO2) 101S Acetylene 110S Gasoline 120SH Hydrogen sulphide 134SA Trichloroethylene 159SC Oxygen-Non-heating type 190U© 1-Butanol 221SA n-Butane 602SP Compressed breathing air test (Oil mist) 102SA Acetone 111SA Ethyl acetate 120SM Hydrogen sulphide 134SB Trichloroethylene 160S Methyl chloroform 190U© Butyl cellosolve 222S Diethyl amine 603SPA Compressed breathing air test (H2O) 102SA© Tetrahydrofuran 111SA© Methyl acetate 120U Hydrogen sulphide 134SG Trichloroethylene 162U Tetrahydrofuran 190U© Diacetone alcohol 222S Trimethyl amine 604SP Compressed breathing air test (O2) 102SC Acetone 111U Ethyl acetate 120UH Hydrogen sulphide-ultra high range 135SA Tetrachloroethylene 163SA Propylene oxide 190U© Ethyl cellosolve acetate 222S© Isopropylamine 710 Formaldehyde-Indoor air quality 102SD Acetone 111U Isopropyl acetate 120UT Hydrogen sulphide-ultra high range 135SB Tetrachloroethylene  163SD Propylene oxide 190U© Furfural 223S 2. Detector Tube Tube No.2-Dichloroethane 740 Nitrogen dioxide-Indoor air quality 103SG Sulphur dioxide 111U© Decahydronaphthalene 121SS Phosphine 139SB© Butyl acetate 167S Hydrogen selenide 190U© 1-Propanol 232SA Ethylene glycol 750 Trichloroethylene 104SA Ethyl alcohol 111U© n-Decane 121U Phosphine 139SB© 1.3-Dichloropropane 235SA 1.3-Dicholoropropene 105SH Ammonia 115S Cyclohexane 126SB Carbon dioxide 153U Isobutyl acetate 177UL Water vapour 209U Isopentyl alcohol 280S Acetylene・Ethylene 105SM Ammonia 116 Chlorine dioxide 126SF Carbon dioxide 153U© Naphthalene 177UR Water vapour-ultra low range 210U Pentyl acetate -separation measurement 106B Carbon monoxide-in presence of 117SA Nitrogen dioxide 126SG Carbon dioxide 155U Methyl isobutyl ketone 178SB Chlorobenzene 211U Butyl acrylate 281S Oxygen・Carbon dioxide ethylene.4-Dioxane 168SA 1.N-Dimethylformamide 236SA 1.3-Butadiene 194S 1.3-Butadiene 193S Methyl styrene 234SA Free residual chlorine 800B Charcoal tube 105SC Ammonia 111U© Isopropyl ether 122SA© Furan 139SB© Propyl acetate 168SE 1.2. Detector Tube Tube No.2-Dichloroethylene 175SH Nitrogen oxides 201SC Chloride ion 245UH Methyl isothiocyanate 105SD© Pyridine 113SB© Heptane 124SB Toluene 146S Phosgene 175U Nitrogen oxides 203S Copper ion 245UL Methyl isothiocyanate 105SD© o-Toluidine 113SB© Isobutane 124SH Toluene 147S Carbon tetrachloride 176SC Methyl iodide 204S Cyanide ion 245UM Methyl isothiocyanate 105SD© p-Toluidine 113SB© Pentane 125SA Propane 150U Isopropyl alcohol 176UH Methyl iodide 205SL Salinity 247S Hydrogen peroxide 105SE Ammonia 113SC n-Hexane 126B Carbon dioxide 151U Propyl acetate 177SA Water vapour 206U Cyclohexanol 248U Ethyl-tert-Butyl Ether 105SE Trimethyl amine 114 Bromine 126SA Carbon dioxide 152S Chloroform 177U Water vapour 208U Isobutyl alcohol 249S 1. ©WITH CONVERSION CHART 38 39 . Detector Tube Tube No. 118SB Benzene-in the presence of gasoline 128SA Acrylonitrile 157SA Methyl bromide 181S Aniline 211U© Isobutyl acrylate -separation measurement colour intensity and the other aromatic hydrocarbons 128SB Acrylonitrile 157SB Methyl bromide 182SA Ozone 213S Triethyl amine 290CN Hydrogen cyanide in blood 106S Carbon monoxide 118SC Benzene 128SC Acrylonitrile 157SB© Bromochloromethane 182SB Ozone 214S o-Dichlorobenzene 290CO Carbon monoxide in blood 106SA Carbon monoxide 118SD Benzene 128SD Acrylonitrile 157SB© Bromoform 182U Ozone 215S p-Dichlorobenzene 290EA Ethyl alcohol in blood 106SC Carbon monoxide 118SE Benzene-in presence of gasoline 129 Nickel carbonyl 157SB© 1-Bromopropane 183U Cresol 216S Acetic acid 290HS Hydrogen sulphide in blood 106SH Carbon monoxide and the other aromatic hydrocarbons 130U tert-Butyl mercaptan 157SB© 2-Bromopropane 183U Phenol 216S Formic acid 290PQ Paraquat dichloride in blood-qualitative 106SS Carbon monoxide 119SA Methyl alcohol 130U Ethyl mercaptan 157SB© Dibromomethane 184S Methyl methacrylate 216S© Acetic anhydride 290P Detector tube for crime investigation 106UH Carbon monoxide-ultra high range  119LPG Methanol in LPG 130U Isopropyl mercaptan 157SB© 1.4-Trimethyl pentane 124SA Toluene 145SA 1.3-Butadiene 192S Epichlorohydrine 233S Nitric acid vapour 770 Hydrogen fluoride 105SB Ammonia 111U© Ethyl methacrylate 122SA Ethylene oxide 139SB© Isopropyl acetate 168SC 1.