Difference between BAC and BACS
The BAC model is an expansion on the basis of BAC and also disposes of a high-end total hydrocarbon sensor. This sensor is calibrated, measures up to PPM level (parts per million) and is by default set to an initial threshold value of 5 PPM.
In case of an overstepping the controller provides an alarm.
Please note: In case of activities where active carbon filters are deployed a total hydrocarbon sensor is usually mandatory.
Every BMAir MAO-7HC pressurised filter system is by default delivered with a BAC controller. This controller indicates to the driver, both optically and acoustically, when more care is required. This system offers good protection and can be qualified as the brain of the BMAir pressurised filter system. All the controlling and monitoring take place here. This makes our controllers a piece of personal protection equipment (PPE) for drivers, machine drivers and operators.
Plenty of technology
The fact that the BAC controller is delivered by default with every MAO-7HC does not imply that concessions were made when it comes to technique and functionalities. Namely, apart from the useful design, the controller also disposes of the latest techniques as a result of which drivers can always work more safely.
Plug & play installation and functionalities
The plug & play installation makes the system user-friendly and the connection easy. Moreover, with the BAC controller access is obtained to a large number of functionalities. This includes, inter alia, the registration of hours, the fully automatic regulation of the cabin pressure and the recognition of (saturated) filters. But that is not everything yet. The LEDs indicate to what degree the filter position time has expired. Hence, unnecessary standstill is prevented and filters can be replaced in a timely fashion.