BTEX monitor, equal performances to laboratory chromatographs
Environnement S.A leveraged its technical leadership in this field with an extensive experience, being one of the first companies creating its first BTEX analyser almost 20 years ago.
The VOC72M third generation of the series is, up to now, the most compact and fully automated analyser on the market, self-contained and newly designed for providing equal performance to the laboratory chromatographs. Based on gas chromatography (GC) for the separation of the measured compounds coupled with a photo-ionisation detector (PID), the analyser is able to detect up to 40 compounds continuously.
The analyzer is TÜV Compliant following EN 14662-3 for benzene monitoring.
The standard unit dedicated to ambient for air quality monitoring applications measures Benzene, Toluene, Ethylbenzene, m+p-Xylene, o-Xylene and 1-3 Butadiene simultaneously
Exclusive benefits, based on number of innovations include: Robust, easy to use, self diagnosis and reduced maintenance, high temperature stability, fully automated calibration of the analyser on a single cycle without need of an external PC, compatible with all power supplies (220/110V), shorter and more durable GC column, exclusive PID detector with self cleaning feature, much more accurate BTEX measures with no need for correction algorithm, less heating power consumption (using an innovative liquid cooling system), more reliable measures (no drift), doesn’t require external PC for operation and maintenance, uses a single gas source (nitrogen), etc.
The VOC72M also incorporates an on board web server compatible with any internet browser and the Es@cloud™ user interface with on-line help for the display, configuration, maintenance, diagnostics or software updating of the analyser, remotely, from any PC, tablet or iPhone™.
Major Field of applications include: AQMS fixed and mobile stations, Indoor air quality & worker protection, Laboratory applications, Gas manufacturers, and Industrial processes monitoring (Industrial pollution assessment)