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    Air pollution control for the printing, laminating & converting industry

    Achieving cost effective local regulatory compliance in the printing and converting industry requires a complete understanding of both regulatory standards and the printing process. Through experience, Anguil has developed unparalleled expertise in meeting your unique requirements. We understand the effects of water versus solvent-based inks on the line, elimination of odors and toxic fumes from dryers and oven tunnel exhausts, and the capture of fugitive emissions. Over 300 successful printing installations worldwide, in plants just like yours, have shown Anguil to be a Proven Solutions Provider.

    By Anguil Environmental Systems, Inc. based in Milwaukee, WISCONSIN (USA).

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    Determination of benzene in gasoline

    Introduction

    Benzene is formed in gasoline in the process of oil refining and gasoline production. Determination of benzene in gasoline is an important task, because ben zene and its products reacting with the products of incomplete combustion of gasoline are highly toxic. Moreover, the presence of benzene increases fouling that eventually may damage the engine . Therefore, regulations impose lim it on the content of benzene in gasoline in many countries, and international standards exist to come up to this requirement.

    By Lumex Instruments Group based in Mission, BRITISH COLUMBIA (CANADA).

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    Gas monitoring instruments and systems for compressed breathing air

    Compressed breathing air is subject to strict limits of harmful contaminants defined in European standard EN 12021 and various defence standards such as DEF STAN 68-284 issue 3. The testing interval of breathing air compressors and associated equipment is 3 months and gases tested include carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide and oil vapour defined as hexane and heavier hydrocarbons. EN 12021 covers underwater applications including self-contained open circuit compressed gas breathing (SCUBA) and compressed gas line breathing (hard-helmet diving), respiratory equipment used on ground for escaping from toxic atmospheres and for working in contaminated atmospheres. It also covers breathing gas for hyperbaric operations and synthetic air. While EN 12021 does not cover aerospace applications, the British MOD publication DEF STAN 68-284 and its counterparts in other countries cover also the breathing gases used in aviation.

    By Gasmet Technologies Oy based in Helsinki, FINLAND.

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    Determination of anionic surfactants in water by fluorimetric method

    Anionic surfactants (A-SAS) represent, by volume, the most important group of surfactants used in cleaning products and the oldest and the largest volume anionic surfactant is soap. In concentrations 0.1 ~ 1.0 mg/L A-SAS become toxic for aquatic environment. Lumex Instruments provides sensitive and selective fluorimetric method for the measurement of mass concentration of anionic surfactants in water samples using the FLUORAT-02 analyzer. The method became the Interstate standard for anionic surfactant in water determination; the benefit of the method is that it doesn’t require expensive instrumentation and tedious sample preparation.

    By Lumex Instruments Group based in Mission, BRITISH COLUMBIA (CANADA).

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    Online monitoring solutions for the drinking water industries

    AppliTek manufactures wet-chemical analyzers specifically designed for measuring on a continuous base the quality indices of drinking water, from raw water intake up to distribution level. Our systems have a small footprint, reduced reagent consumption and show excellent levels of detection in compliance with modern standards. On top of that, the delivery of safe water throughout the water cycle will raise the need for efficient monitoring systems detecting in real-time contaminations. `Broadband toxicity`, a non-specific parameter defined by AppliTek, is a prodigiously new and clean technology for safeguarding drinking water.

    By AppliTek NV based in Nazareth, BELGIUM.

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    Drinking water treatment

    Drinking water can be produced from any natural sources like groundwater, lakes and rivers (surface waters) or seawater. Drinking water standards are set by the World Health organisation or by the European Union. Drinking water must be free of suspended solids, microorganisms and toxic chemicals. Mineral concentration recommendation vary from country to country but most of the minerals have a maximum concentration recommended to ensure safe, equilibrated and pleasant water to drink.

    By Lenntech Water Treatment based in Delfgauw, NETHERLANDS.

  • Algae control in drinking water reservoirs

    Treating algae in drinking water with ultrasound reduces taste and odour problems without harming the ecosystem. Prevent the occurrence of toxic blue-green algae. Reduce chemical dosage. Products can be NSF/ANSI Standard certified.

    By LG Sonic based in Zoetermeer, NETHERLANDS.

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    Testing Fume Hood Flow Dynamics using SF6 as a Tracer Gas

    A safe laboratory environment requires an effective method for clearing toxic material from fume hoods. Since all handling of toxic materials is completed in these hoods, it is critical to have a procedure to evaluate their operation to assure adequate protection for laboratory workers. The InfraRan Specific Vapor Analyzer, factory calibrated for SF6, is an ideal instrument for measuring fume hood efficiency in accordance with ASHRAE and other standards. Manufacturers identify the flow dynamics (factors that affect air flow in the hood and performance with air) using the ratings AM (as manufactured), AI (as installed), and AU (as used). A fume hood evaluation conducted under its operational environment is critical, as these tests will indicate any installation shortcomings as well as direct workers in proper laboratory hood techniques.

    By Spectro Scientific based in Chelmsford, MASSACHUSETTS (USA).

  • Pesticide and toxin screening for the food industry

    The number of pesticides and other potentially dangerous toxins is increasing constantly, posing special analytical challenges. It is crucial to screen food for the presence of toxins accurately and reliably, and to ensure the safety and quality of nutrition. To do so, we have to have the knowledge about how to deal with several hundreds of different poisonous matters. Bruker delivers solutions that meet the requirements for the identification and quantification of toxicants during the screening of each sample. Bruker’s high-performance TOF-MS is ideally suited for all screening tasks. And Bruker’s SCION series sets a new industry standard for GC-MS. Their easy usability, sensitivisty, robustness and performance make SCION solutions a major technology in food safety.

    By Bruker Corporation based in Billerica, MASSACHUSETTS (USA).

  • Algae monitoring of drinking water reservoir -

    Due to green algae problems in the water reservoir of a drinking water treatment plant, the ALGcontrol was installed to continuously monitor the algae concentrations and possible toxic blue green algae blooms. During almost 4 months the ALGcontrol measured the total chlorophyll and cyano chlorophyll concentrations of the water reservoir. In order to be able to compare these results, second off-line controls were carried out using the ISO 10260 chlorophyll-a quantification (extraction into ethanol, spectrophotometric detection at 665 and 750 nm). The results of the off-line standard lab method show a good correlation with the measurements of the ALGcontrol. The good correlation can be verified as well at high as at low concentrations of total chlorophyll.

    By microLAN B.V. - Aqualabo Group based in Waalwijk, NETHERLANDS.

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