voc calibration standards Equipment

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Environics - Model Series 2014 - Computerized VOC Gas Dilution System

by Environics, Inc.     based in Tolland, CONNECTICUT (USA)

The Environics Series 2014 Computerized VOC Gas Dilution System is a microprocessor based gas dilution system designed for the preparation of calibration standards used for VOC (Volatile Organic Compounds) monitoring programs. The Series 2014 can be used to dynamically produce ppb level standards from ppm level cylinder gases. EPA methods for ...

ACME - Model VOC-2 - Volatile Organic Compounds Detector

by Acme Engineering Prod. Ltd.     based in Montreal, QUEBEC (CANADA)

The VOC-2 detector is designed for enclosed spaces where chemical reagents or known VOC pollutants could leak into the air and pose a danger to personnel. This detector can cover up to 10,000 sq. ft. of clear, open space. It is designed to operate two-speed fans using two dry contacts that close at the appropriate low and high concentration levels ...

Photovac Microfid FID Detector

by Geotechnical Services, Inc     based in Tustin, CALIFORNIA (USA)

The Photovac Microfid is one of the smallest and easiest to use flame ionization detectors made. It will run up to 12 hours continuous and has a range of up to 50,000 ppm. On the low end it will read down to sub ppm levels. Correction factors for many gases are programmed in so you can calibrate with methane and sample foe various contaminants. It ...

Model PUF+ and PUF+BL - Polyurethane Foam Sampler

by Tisch Environmental Inc.     based in Cleves, OHIO (USA)

Poly-Urethane Foam air sampler for pesticide particulate/vapor. Includes anodized aluminum shelter, 4' particulate/vapor sampling module, flow venturi, brush-type or brushless type blower motor assembly, microprocessor based system for flexible and accurate sampling, automatic flow calibration, ambient or standard conditions, multiple elapsed time ...

Statox - Model 501 PID - Stationary Gas Detectors

by Compur Monitors GmbH & Co. KG     based in München, GERMANY

PIDs (Photo – Ionisation – Detectors) detect VOCs (Volatile Organic Compounds) in the ppm range, which other sensor types are unable to monitor, like solvents and fuels. A PID sensor uses high energy ultra violet light radiation to break gas molecules into radicals, which are discharged while passing a condenser. The discharge current ...

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