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castrolrob wrote: how close was i?

Spot on mate....I work round the Omitec now in my "routine"....A lil tickle here then a poke a bit later..;)....Cheers Rob........

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how close was i?

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Thanks for the reply Rob...Sorry I must have missed your earlier info....E.

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yep,had an omitec combi fitted to complement our omiscan(think ive said this sumwhere else)no self drain on water trap,the remote he demoed it with is an option,slow as arseholes to change between smoke/cat/screens etc,smoke tester works with an accoustic type system that has the occasional hissy fit,printer works in a different time zone to the smoke tester.has been fairly reliable tho-possibly because everyone avoids using it!

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Anyone using one of these Omitec gas/smoke analizers???

Are they user friendly or a pain in the ass???..New equipment being installed at MY New workplace..All comments gratefully accepted.....:?



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