This offer is available for a limited period of time, but Dr Hobson says, “In the past, field-use instruments for the detection of toxic gases have sacrificed analytical performance for the sake of usability. As a result, many portable instruments have merely provided data that is indicative and non-specific, whereas analytical instruments have been difficult or impossible to operate in the field.'
'There will be no obligation to purchase on the part of the companies that I am visiting; we simply wish to ensure that as many people as possible are able to experience the benefits of simultaneous multicomponent analysis in a portable device. We appreciate that not everyone needs a new gas analyser at this moment in time, but we hope that, having seen the Gasmet DX-4030, they will give Quantitech a call when they do.'
The DX-4030 is a revolutionary new analyser based on tried and tested Gasmet technology providing both field-usability and high levels of analytical performance. The DX-4030 employs FTIR (Fourier Transform InfraRed Spectroscopy) analysis producing almost instantaneous readings for multiple compounds across a wide measurement range that extends to sub-ppm levels.
No sample preparation is needed; the sample gas is drawn into the analyser module by a sampling wand, which has a built-in particle filter. The whole system is battery operated with an operating time of several hours.
Quantitech has already supplied the Gasmet DX-4030 to customers with varied and challenging applications, and Dr Hobson has visited a wide variety of sites around the UK providing on-site analysis of workplace and process gases in applications as diverse as chemical spill response, industrial hygiene, contaminated land, leak detection and the measurement of anaesthetic gases in hospitals.