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    Air monitoring for laboratories

    Many of the air quality analyses can be performed with standard laboratory consumables, such as traditional filter papers. However, some analyses require materials with specific features, for example filters with low metal levels. Common air monitoring applications include: Air quality testing of ambient environment and emissions. Includes particulate monitoring methods such as PM2.5 and PM10, and chemical analysis such as heavy metals determination. Asbestos sampling and analysis

    By GE Healthcare Life Sciences based in Marlborough, MASSACHUSETTS (USA).

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    Low concentrations monitoring of benzene and aromatic hydrocarbons (BTEX) for pollution control and environmental monitoring

    With over 15 years of experience in the measurement of volatile organic compounds (VOC), Environment SA announces the VOC72M, a new generation analyzer for the measurement of BTEX compounds by gas chromatography with photo-ionization detector (PID). The VOC72M can handle up to 40 compounds and eight configurations for analysis. This compact and fully automated analyzer with wide voltage range specifications (90-240V) provides equivalent performance to the laboratory chromatographs and is particularly suited to...

    By ENVEA based in Poissy, FRANCE.

  • Air monitoring equipments for laboratory analysis

    Our purpose built environmental laboratory provides accurate and efficient analysis, specialising in the determination of gaseous pollutant concentrations. Other processes can also be performed to meet the specific needs of our customers.

    By Gradko International Ltd based in Winchester, UNITED KINGDOM.

  • Air Disinfection System for In Vitro Fertilisation Labs

    Even when IVF labs follow strict laboratory practices, airborne pathogens can negatively affect embryonic development. Indoor contaminants such as VOCs and microbes, and outside air pollution from road work, traffic, construction and insecticides can all lead to fluctuations in IVF success. Pollutants can settle on surfaces and dissolve into the aqueous solutions and oil overlays where fragile embryos are cultured.

    By Novaerus based in Stamford, CONNECTICUT (USA).

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