Environmental Analysis Applications

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Air Quality Monitoring Equipment for Sample Handling Industry

by Signal Group Ltd     based in Camberley, UNITED KINGDOM

Within the field of gas analysis much time is spent looking at the accuracy and uncertainty in the detection technique. However, without appropriate sample handling, what you are measuring could potentially bear little or no relation to your original sample.

Positive material identification for the metal alloy industry

by Oxford Instruments plc     based in Abingdon, UNITED KINGDOM

Positive Material Identification is a well accepted analytical materials testing and materials identification technique used within the metal alloy industry. It guarantees the materials chemical composition as required for quality control.

Data analysis and visualization tools for groundwater and solute transport

by C Tech Development Corporation     based in Henderson, NEVADA (USA)

Groundwater and Solute Transport modeling is a sub discipline of environmental sciences with unique needs. Modeling has long utilized 3D simulations, but the ability to visualize and animate the results has lagged far behind the simulation technology. EVS-PRO, MVS, and EnterVol offer professional level presentation tools worthy of the current state-of-the-art in modeling. Visualization of groundwater and solute transport modeling results can be performed with all versions of C Tech’s software except for EVS for ArcView. EVS-Pro, MVS, and EnterVol are particularly well suited for animation and visualization of earth science modeling results from third party modeling systems such as USGS MODFLOW, MT3D, GMS©, Groundwater Vistas© and Visual MODFLOW©. Both combine animation capabilities with a powerful suite of visualization tools in a fully customizable environment.

Data analysis and visualization tools for monitoring well decommissioning

by C Tech Development Corporation     based in Henderson, NEVADA (USA)

Contaminated groundwater sites worldwide are engaged in regular sampling of monitoring wells at a typical cost of $1,500 per well-sampling event. On most sites, many wells are redundant or geostatistically insignificant and can be decommissioned.
EVS-PRO and MVS`s Well Decommission module analyses all available data and quantifies the impact on site assessment quality associated with removing each well. The impact of removing a well is quantified in terms of its impact on the geostatistical plume extent.
During remediation plumes are shrinking and may drift. This can necessitate decommissioning of some wells and adding new wells. C Tech`s well decommissioning and DrillGuide© technology provide the tools to properly monitor and guide the remediation efforts at the lowest possible cost.

Integrated real-time gas analysis solution for semi-gases industry

by CIC Photonics, Inc.     based in Albuquerque, NEW MEXICO (USA)

CIC Photonics first applied its IRGAS technology to semi-gases when a major semiconductor equipment manufacturer, Applied Materials, requested a demo of its capability to monitor gas quality for epitaxial reactor applications; that was in year 2000. The IRGAS System met all of the technical requirements, which included ppb sensitivity for moisture as an impurity, gas cell chemical resistance to both acid and basic semi-gases, and fast concentration tracking time response.

XRF analysis for positive material identification

by Niton UK Limited     based in Woodmancott, Winchester, UNITED KINGDOM

Positive Material Identification, or PMI, is an integral part of process safety management in many industries including the petroleum refining and petrochemical. Whether the need is quality control, sorting of scrap material, or even failure analysis, materials testing to provide verification of metal alloy grade and composition is crucial to the success of many businesses.

Bromate analysis for the drinking water industry

by Metrohm AG     based in Herisau, SWITZERLAND

Bromate forms during the ozonization of drinking water. Several international standards stipulate detection limits and test methods. Conductivity detection with chemical suppression allows the determination of bromate in the lower μg/L range. In the ng/L range, bromate can be detected by IC/MS coupling or post-column derivatization with potassium iodide and subsequent UV detection.

Application package raw materials

by Fluxana GmbH Co. KG     based in Bedburg-Hau, GERMANY

Fusion technology is ideal for analysing oxidic materials like minerals or raw materials. It performs with the highest precision possible in xrf sample preparation. However, many laboratories cannot specify exactly what material they have to analyse. Therefore FLUXANA has created a wide range oxidic application program to allow complete analysis of the unknown material. The concentration ranges and elements of interest can be adapted to customer needs. It contains all parts to perform a complete raw material (oxidic materials) calibration with 14 elements for cement, glass, ceramic and raw materials industry. FLUXANA application packages include always the sample preparation method. All packages are running in our application laboratory. You are always free to send your samples for testing free of charge. If you combine our application packages with our sample preparation machines FLUXANA garanties the analytical performance of the package like a contract.

Laboratory analysis for environmental consulting

by Ormantine USA Ltd., Inc.     based in Palm Bay, FLORIDA (USA)

Ormantine USA works closely with consultants, engineers, and other environmental professionals on a daily basis to help find the best solutions to meet individual needs. Ormantine air and soil samplers can be used in: Remediation Performance; Soil Gas Monitoring; Site Assessments; Brownfield Redevelopment; Landfill / Waste Management; Decontamination; Hazardous Material Investigations; Emission Monitoring & Testing; Exposure Assessment; Industrial Hygiene and Risk Management

Analysis of Methylimidazoles in Caramel Colored Carbonated Beverages

by Sigma-Aldrich Co., LLC     based in Bellefonte, PENNSYLVANIA (USA)

Caramel colorings are used as additives in a broad range of food and beverage products to impart a desired color, but have no nutritional or preservative function. Recently, the potential hazard to humans of ammonia- and ammonia-sulfite-process caramel colorings was raised, because they contain the by-product 4-methylimidazole, which is a potential carcinogen.1 The methylimidazole compounds are difficult to analyze due to their polar nature and low molecular weight. Traditional reversed phase techniques are unsuccessful in retaining these small polar compounds. Therefore, most HPLC methods utilize ion-exchange resins for analysis. Another common method involves GC analysis after the analytes first undergo a derivatization step. The purpose of the work shown in this article was to develop a simple and fast analytical method to determine the levels of 2-methylimidazole and 4-methylimidazole in caramel colored carbonated beverages.

Gas Permeation Analysis

by Hiden Analytical     based in Warrington, UNITED KINGDOM

Dissolved Species Analysis Dissolved species analysis employing Hiden's high sensitivity membrane sampling technology for analysis of respiratory gases, hydrocarbons and sulphides is applied to a wide range of application areas including: Ecolological studies in sea water Bio fuel production from algae Pollution monitoring in river, estuary and reservoir waters Soil core analyses Fermentation

Low frequency noise analysis using XL2

by NTi Audio AG     based in Schaan, LIECHTENSTEIN

The Data Explorer PC software for the XL2 Sound Level Meter now includes a series of professional tools for detailed analysis of low-frequency noise (LFN). The graphical representation of time varying frequency components offers an efficient process for identifying the presence and level of LFN. Also the associated high quality audio recording supports further correlation with the objective measurement data. The new features are particularly useful in the calculation of immission levels which is defined as the cumulative noise energy to which an individual is exposed over time. Exposure to low-frequency noise over extended periods can lead to a range of health problems including cardio vascular disease, insomnia and depression. The sources of low frequency noise can often be attributed to electricity sub stations, chiller plants and incinerators with continuous noise at frequencies below 200 Hz. XL2 Sound Level Meter records all Data Measuring LFN requires a class 1 sound level meter

Laboratory Weighing - Differential Weighing

by Mettler - Toledo Int. Inc     based in Greifensee, SWITZERLAND

Perfecting a classical method. Determining the difference between the initial and residual weights of samples in percent and grams is one of the most frequent routine applications in a laboratory. METTLER TOLEDO offers a complete solution in this area. It consists of a balance, a printer, and application software for the specific balance being used. There is a choice between an integrated balance application, or an optional software cassette which simply plugs into the balance.

Laboratory Weighing - Stent Weighing

by Mettler - Toledo Int. Inc     based in Greifensee, SWITZERLAND

Weighing delicate tubular samples such as sticks, springs, tungsten wires or stents require highest weighing precision but unfortunately are difficult to handle. Our Automatic-S Microbalances are the best solution for weighing such delicate samples.

Laboratory Solutions for the energy industry

by Accelerated Technology Laboratories, Inc.     based in West End, NORTH CAROLINA (USA)

Been exploring for a LIMS solution that can better manage data, samples, testing, reporting and real-time monitoring? Put ATL on your crew. Our LIMS for the energy sector gives labs a truly user-friendly, reliable and scalable data-management and reporting solution - exactly what your company needs to power up to new levels of profitability.

Octane Number of Gasoline using NIR Spectroscopy #3012

by Guided Wave Inc,     based in Rancho Cordova, CALIFORNIA (USA)

When every second counts and performance is on the line Guided Wave's NIR analyzers allow for easy measurement of octane numbers in gasoline and refinery production units using fiber optic -based, near-infrared (NIR) spectroscopy. *Fast and reliable measurement of the octane number of gasoline (RON & MON). * Control gasoline production in real-time directly with in process monitoring. * Certify gasoline meets specification before release. *Gain significant improvements in process control. *Minimize the need for laboratory sample collection and the labor intensive "knock engine" method. The measurement of the octane number of gasoline using NIR spectroscopy is both fast and reliable utilizing Guided Wave analyzers. Results are available in real-time (seconds) for multiple parameters in complex streams. Request Application Note #3012

Air monitoring for laboratories

by GE Healthcare UK Limited     based in Little Chalfont, UNITED KINGDOM

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

FT-NIR spectroscopy for the biofuels industry

by Bruker Corporation     based in Billerica, MASSACHUSETTS (USA)

FT-NIR spectroscopy is a widely used technique that can do rapid and non-destructive measurements in seconds. This technique can achieve multiple analysis results per measurement and determine real–time chemical information at-line and in-line.

VOC / HAPs reporting

by UL - The Wercs     based in Latham, NEW YORK (USA)

The Wercs has developed an online reporting module which enables manufacturers to completely eliminate the manual system that is in place for VOC/HAPs reporting. This new module automatically gathers VOC/HAPs data from SDSs and cross-references it with the order history. Your customers can now go to a secured website, enter the name of the product and get a complete VOC/HAPs emission analysis for annual reporting requirements.

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