ambient air quality monitoring
Category: Monitoring & Testing
Subcategory: Air Monitoring
Keyword: ambient air quality monitoring
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Air quality monitoring involves the measurement of pollution in ambient conditions. Monitoring the air quality is important in protecting the health of populations and is performed by Ambient Air Quality Monitoring Stations (AAQMS) that are totally integrated with gas analyzers, particulate monitors, calibration equipment, data loggers and ...
The Model 900 is a fully integrated ambient air quality system. TAPI ships the system wired, plumbed, and fully checked -- ready for installation.
The Models 101E/102E provide a dependable, accurate and convenient method of measuring hydrogen sulfide or Total Reduced Sulfur (TRS) in levels commonly required for Ambient Air monitoring, offering ranges from 0-50 ppb to 0-10 ppm. Both analyzers convert sulfur gases to sulfur dioxide and measure concentrations using fluorescence technology.
The Model 201E NH3 analyzer measures ambient ammonia in selectable ranges from 0-50 ppb to 0-2,000 ppb using the chemiluminescence principle and an APIdesigned external ammonia converter and sampling system.
Certain applications require a mobile monitoring system. For these, Opsis offers solutions such as installation on container stations or vans.
There is a range of systems available to suit different applications. However, the basic Opsis DOAS system consists of an analyser, an emitter and receiver set, a power supply and a fibre optic cable.
The Opsis HG200 mercury analyser is used in three major monitoring applications –in the ambient air, in industrial areas and in public buildings. The analyser monitors both total and atomic mercury.
We provide instrumentation based on GC analysis for monitoring hydrocarbons.
We do supply meteorological monitoring instrumentation for measurements of: wind parameters: propeller and ultrasonic sensors (2-3 axis), temperature, solar radiation, rain, barometric pressure, humidity.