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  • Ambient Continuous Metals Monitor

    Although particulate matter (PM) is listed as a criteria pollutant by the US EPA, PM measurements alone do not tell the whole story. Multiple studies show that PM-toxicity can vary drastically due to the presence of toxic metals and provide direct links between airborne particulate metals and adverse health effects. Cooper's Xact™ Ambient Metals Monitor provides the necessary PM speciation to accurately assess the presence of toxic metals for protection of human health and the environm

  • Cooper Environmental - Model Xact® 625i - Ambient/Fence-Line Multi-Metals Monitor (AMM)

    Cooper Environmental - Model Xact® 625i - Ambient/Fence-Line Multi-Metals Monitor (AMM)

    Cooper Environmental’s Xact® 625i is designed for high time resolution multi-metals monitoring of ambient air, with detection limits that rival those of laboratory analysis. The Xact® 625i comes standard with a solid-state meteorological sensor and Cooper Environmental’s proprietary ADAPT analysis package, making the instrument one of the most powerful air pollution source detection offerings in the...

  • Cooper Environmental - Automated Data Analysis Plotting Toolset (ADAPT)

    Cooper Environmental - Automated Data Analysis Plotting Toolset (ADAPT)

    The Xact® 625i continuously generates large amounts of high quality metals data.  Offline analysis of such datasets can be time and resource intensive process for the environmental agencies.  Cooper Environmental is offering a hardware-software package, Automated Data Analysis Plotting Toolset (ADAPT), to manage and analyze Xact® 625i measured metals in real-time through a number of relevant graphical tools.

  • Multi-Metals Continuous Emissions Monitor

    CEMS stack monitors typically require frequent calibration and tuning, while providing limited monitoring data. Cooper Environmental's Xact CEMS provides accurate measurement for both particulate and vapor-phase Hg, while simultaneously providing measurements for other hazardous metals, such as lead and arsenic. In addition, the Xact CEMS does not require frequent calibration. In some cases, the additional elemental measurements can be used to optimize a stack’s scrubber system, hence

  • Cooper Environmental - Model Xact 640 - Multi-Metals Continuous Emissions Monitoring System (CEMS)

    Cooper Environmental - Model Xact 640 - Multi-Metals Continuous Emissions Monitoring System (CEMS)

    CES’ Xact 640 system uses reel-to-reel (RTR) filter tape sampling and nondestructive X-ray fluorescence (XRF) analysis to monitor stack metal emissions. An isokinetic sub-sample of stack gas is taken from the stilling chamber and drawn through a chemically reactive filter tape. Vapor phase metals, including mercury (Hg), are deposited along with the particulate matter (PM) on the filter tape.

  • Cooper Environmental - Model Xact 645 - Continuous Mercury Monitor (CEMs)

    Cooper Environmental - Model Xact 645 - Continuous Mercury Monitor (CEMs)

    Cooper Environmental’s Xact® 645 continuous mercury (Hg) monitor collects and analyzes emission samples for mercury, which can be measured simultaneously using patented reactive filter technology and nondestructive X-ray fluorescence (XRF). A sample of gas is extracted from a source, diluted, and drawn through a chemically reactive filter tape. Vapor phase mercury is deposited along with particulate-phase metals on the filter tape. The...

  • Continuous Metals Water Monitor

  • Cooper Environmental - Model PTFE - Filter Tape

    Cooper Environmental - Model PTFE - Filter Tape

    Cooper Environmental’s success in measuring low concentrations of metallic elements is dependent on using the highest quality PTFE filter tape possible. Our filter tape has extremely low contamination levels combined with very high flow capability, resulting in a very high quality ambient measurement filter.

  • Cooper Environmental - Model QAG 825 - Quantitative Aerosol Generator (QAG)

    Cooper Environmental - Model QAG 825 - Quantitative Aerosol Generator (QAG)

    The QAG creates an aerosol of known concentration by nebulizing a solution. The resulting droplets are carried out of the generation area to a drying chamber where they are dried to particles. The aerosol exiting the drying chamber contains known concentrations of analytes calculated from the QAG’s input parameters. The reference aerosol produced by the QAG is traceable-to-NIST standards and can be used to challenge and evaluate the accuracy,...