The CO2 Pear Drop Rescue Probe was designed for use by Rescue Organisations and Fire Brigades in their search for buried people in circumstances where they may be trapped in deep confined spaces, and works directly alongside the Gasa Data Limited GFM226 analyser.
Its unique design allows the weighted probe to recover CO2 which is pumped along the tube which can be supplied in any length, typically 25 or 50 metres long, and then analysed by the handheld monitor, to confirm the presence of human beings by simple readings.
It has been responsible for assisting Search and Rescue teams in many varied applications in confirming the presence of individuals waiting for rescue in confined spaces around the world.
This unit is now used in many countries for this purpose and is regarded
as a "must have" in the rescue equipment arsenal.
The Pear Drop head has been machined in the highest specification alluminium, and shaped so that it can be recovered easily when being lowered into rescue locations or being withdrawn in areas where debris would normally be a problem.
Both the Peardrop head and the 25 or 50 metre reel are supplied ready for use, and are always in stock and on 24 hour standby, should they be required by Rescue or Search Agencies anywhere in the world.