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Pac 8000 Single-Gas Detector


With the robust Dräger Pac 8000 Single-Gas Detector, emergency responders will be well equipped for tough conditions: this non-disposable, personal single-gas detection device is a reliable and precise instrument, which detects hazardous concentrations of twenty nine different gases, including special gases like NO2, O3 or COCl2.


This is the Pac 8000 Single-Gas Detector.

The Pac 8000 Series includes

  • hydrogen cyanide gas detectors
  • ammonia gas detectors
  • nitrogen dioxide gas detectors
  • phosphine gas detectors
  • chlorine gas meters
  • phosgene gas detectors
  • ozone sensors
  • carbon dioxide detectors
  • nitric oxide monitors
  • organic vapor detectors


Strong performance for maximum safety

Emergency responders can count on the Dräger Pac 8000 Single-Gas Detector. It gives them reliable, precise readings at any time even in extreme conditions. Its powerful sensors with a low t-90 response time ensure quick reactions. In addition to the standard alarms, users can define extra alarm thresholds for TLV* and STEL*.

* TLV = Threshold Limit Values, STEL = Short Term Exposure Limit

Sensors for special gases

The Dräger Pac 8000 performs especially well when detecting a variety of special gases. Users can fit the Pac 8000 with sensors for

  • carbon dioxide (CO2)
  • chlorine gas (Cl2)
  • hydrogen cyanide (HCN)
  • ammonia (NH3)
  • nitrogen dioxide (NO2)
  • phosphine (PH3)
  • organic vapors (OV or OV-A).


The Dräger Pac 8000 performs especially well when detecting other gases as well. This further demonstrates the capabilities of Dräger gas detectors. It can detect ozone (O3) from concentrations as low as 0.02 ppm and phosgene (COCl2) from 0.01 ppm. The Pac 8000 detects nitrogen dioxide (NO2) from concentrations as low as 0.04 ppm.

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Additional information

Weight 1 lbs
Dimensions 10 × 10 × 10 in
Select Single Gas

Hydrogen Cyanide (HCN), Ammonia (NH3), Nitrogen Dioxide (NO2), Phosphine (PH3), Chlorine (CL2), Phosgene (COCL2), Ozone (O3), Carbon Dioxide (CO2), Nitric Oxide (NO), Organic Vapors (OV), Organic Vapors (OV-A)