The Series 8900 BTEX Analyzer provides direct measurement of Benzene, Toluene, Ethylbenzene, and Xylenes in ambient air. This instrument is utilized in ambient air networks around metropolitan areas and fence-line monitoring at industrial sites. The Series 8900 BTEX Analyzer employs a photoionization detector (PID) as the sensing element. This detector is specific to volatile organic compounds. The Benzene, Toluene, Ethylbenzene, and Xylene`s in the gas sample are physically separated using proprietary GC columns.
The Model 8900 Methane/Non-Methane Analyzer provides direct measurement of Methane and Non-Methane Hydrocarbons. This instrument is utilized in ambient air monitoring networks around metropolitan areas, fence-line monitoring at industrial plants and hazardous waste sites, and in the production of high purity industrial gases. Methane is a naturally occurring gas generated from the decomposition of biological materials and industrial activity. Since Methane is not considered a pollutant it is the Non-Methane hydrocarbons that are of primary concern.
Ambient air pollution is a continuous problematic since many years, and the various organizations in charge of air quality monitoring work constantly on how to improve their structures and gain the most accurate and reliable data possible. Indeed, the changes in mentality and therefore in urbanism development for example, implies an access to the data faster and at multi-location level.
Air quality monitoring reference stations used nowadays measure with an extreme accuracy in located areas, but requires a lot of energy, financial investment (to purchase and to maintain) and space. It is not easy then to move them easily, or to multiply them to cover more accurately the area.
Cairsens sensors, installed under Cairtub or Cairnet formula perfectly address this problematic: autonomous, very compact, cost effective and ready to install systems, feature a viable alternative or or a complementary measurement methods to the existing reference networks.
Climatronics has supplied meteorological systems for environmental monitoring and regulatory compliance for over 35 years. Our accurate, responsive, yet rugged sensors, coupled with high-power data loggers, provide users with the ability to make measurements on multi-level towers, multiple tower networks, and single sites, which comply with EPA, NRC, and international regulatory requirements.
The Series 8900 BTEX Analyzer with a high-sensitivity PID provides direct low level measurement of Benzene, Toluene, Ethylbenzene, and Xylene`s in ambient air. This instrument is utilized in ambient air networks around metropolitan areas and fence-line monitoring at industrial sites.
Taking measurements on rotating equipment, such as a kiln or rotary table, usually requires a complex and expensive system of cabling. Even taking precautions and using specialized equipment doesn’t eliminate cable tangles and breaks.
The SureCross Wireless Network eliminates complexities associated with data acquisition from rotating and moving machinery such as a rotating kilns in cement or composting industry. Crucial temperature data is acquired using a thermocouple and transmitted from the FlexPowered SureCross Nodes to a remote Gateway in the plant’s control center.
For various reasons, including the changing global climate, wildfires are getting bigger, more destructive and more expensive. Effective, consistent and reliable detection of climate parameters is the key to preventing wildfires and managing the impact they have. Our equipment resides for decades in solitary confinement generally in very remote areas (often at the tops of mountains or deep within a national forest), constantly measuring and recording weather data. Once per hour, this data is transmitted back to government agencies who will analyze and use it to make decisions critical to the safety of the public. In the United States, FTS works closely with the National Interagency Fire Center (NIFC). The center’s mission is the complex interagency coordination of wildland firefighting resources for the country. One of the resources is the network of remote automated weather stations (RAWS), the vast majority of which are supplied by FTS.
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