Reactec service note update

Reactec sent a recent customer service action which applied to users of First Generation standard HAVwear. 

Reactec have upgraded free of charge all first generation HAVwear models to maintain the highest standards of worker welfare. Reactec recently discovered, under highly unusual circumstances and over time, the first generation HAVwear could create an adverse skin reaction or ultra-low voltage burn. Whilst the first generation HAVwear had been independently tested to the appropriate safety standards, Reactec does not accept anything less than the highest level of worker welfare support and voluntarily actioned the upgrade activity.

To note: This effect is only possible in first generation devices and contact Reactec for any questions regarding this customer service activity.


Interlink M74 Project - David Teasdale, Site Foreman

“I couldn’t believe the HAVmeter could survive those conditions. When we saw it slip into a flooded cavity, we thought we’d never see it again. However, when we found it again two months later, we just took it out, wiped it down, and carried on using it. It is a very impressive and resilient piece of technology.”