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This video shows an Overview of the '46 Hawk. The Hawk is dependable and innovative, only weighs 3 pounds, and is the only combination leak detector and pin-pointer. Built to ISO 9002 standards, it features one-button ease of use and detects methane only, no false positives.
This video demonstrates the Start-Up procedures and assembly of the '46 Hawk Laser Methane Diode Detector. You will learn the different components of the Hawk, how to change it's filter, how to choose alarm options, and everything needed to get ready for gas leak survey.
Demonstration of the Option Menu for the '46 Hawk Laser Methane Diode Detector and how to access this menu while the unit is in difference modes.
Demonstration of how to preform a daily response test, or Bump Test, and how to perform the monthly Calibration of the '46 Hawk. The video also demonstrates what to do if the calibration fails.
Demonstration of how to clean and care for the '46 Hawk. Proper Cleaning and Caring of the device will ensure efficient use in the field. You will learn how to clean the Hawk, it's case, and filters.
This video demonstrates the common Troubleshooting procedures for the '46 Hawk, including what to do in the case of a 0 reset, if the unit's power dies, if the unit has a dirty filter, or if an error message occurs.
This video demonstrates the proper Survey procedures for the '46 Hawk. You will learn how to use the Hawk to detect gas in the field for your leak survey.
This video is a demonstration of the Shutdown procedures for the '46 Hawk Laser Methane Diode Detector, as well as how to put the unit into sleep mode and how to awake the Hawk from sleep mode. Here, you will also see tips for daily use of the Hawk, wipe-down and care of the unit, and proper storage after use.