Dräger Accuro®

Measurements are often taken under extreme conditions: on ladders, in shafts, at spots difficult to access, often with additional respiratory protection. For your own safety, one hand must always remain free. Accuro® is robust, inexpensive and easy to service, and can be operated single-handedly.

Safety management with one single hand
Often measurements need to be done in difficult areas. For those kind of situations the Dräger Accuro is the perfect measurement tool.

The Dräger tube

The Dräger-Tube system is an established method for measuring and detecting contaminants in the soil, water and air. Today we distinguish between short-term detector tubes, long-term detector tubes and long-term measurement systems. 

Short-term detector tubes require anything from 10 seconds to 15 minutes. Long-term tubes perform measurements in 0.5 to 8 hours. Among the long-term measurement systems are the direct-reading diffusion tubes and badges whose measurement process does not require a gas detection pump. Sampling tubes are used when the user has no knowledge of the hazardous substance composition.
They can be used in an extremely wide range of applications, from the monitoring of workplaces and living areas, ventilation systems or emission sources, to process control and quality control. Dräger-Tubes are kept current at all times through the continuous development and rapid adaptation to new legal requirements such as limit values, as well as research into new detection techniques.
Dräger Accuro in bag
Dräger Accuro soft side kit (in carrying case), content:

  •  Dräger tube pump Accuro
  •  tube opener
  •  set of spare parts
  •  size bag: 185 (l) x 170 (w) x 130 (d) mm
  •  nylon carrying case with extra space for 7 boxes of Dräger tubes – excluding Dräger tubes


  • Dimensions (w x h d)
    170 x 45 x 85 mm
  • Stroke volume
    100 ± 5 cm 3
  • Weight
    250 gr
  • Ambient conditions
    Temperature -20°C to +50°C Relative humidity: 0 – 95% non-condensing
  • Approvals
    CE certified (EN 0158), ATEX: I M1, II 1GD IIB 85 °C T6, II 2G IIC T6 -20 °C ≤ Ta ≤ +50 °C, DIN EN ISO 17621