Your concern about the calibration frequency of your gas detection equipment is very valid. The frequency can depend on several factors, such as the type of gas being detected, the specific model of the detector, and the conditions in which it’s used.
However, most manufacturers recommend that gas detectors be calibrated at least once every six months.
More frequent calibration might be necessary if the detectors are used in harsh conditions or if they’re detecting gases that can cause immediate harm.
Remember, regular calibration ensures accurate readings and helps maintain a safe working environment.