IUT - Model GC-PID - Multi-Gas Analyzer
The PID-Analyzer (GC-PID) is a multi-gas analyzer developed at IUT/IUT Medical for the high-sensitive detection of Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs), like BTX or BTEX aromatic compounds, but also for other toxic gases with ionization potentials (IP) up to 10.6 eV (if standard UV-lamp is used).
The PID-Analyzer is a multi-gas trace anlyzer with a sensitivity in the lower ppb-range without any pre-concentration. It is a Photo Ionization Detector (PID) coupled with a GC-column for pre-separation to a GC-PID. While performing analysis the PID-Analyzer separates the complex mixtures with the GC capillary column and makes the detection with a highly sensitive Photo Ionization Detector (PID). The PID cell used in the PID-Analyzer is a special design offering sensitivities in the ppb-range. The operating costs are low since no carrier gas is required.
It is not sensitive to interference from humidity and provides both manual and automatic sampling & analysis. The PID-Analyzer can be individually adjusted for the customer’s specific requirements.
For the measurement of Total VOC a highly sensitive bare PID system is offered.
- Emission analysis
- Immission analysis
- Soil air analysis
- Exhaust analysis
- Internal air analysis
- Safety at work analysis
- Process analysis
- Water analysis
- Gas and oil production and pipeline safety
- Plastics manufacturing
- Semiconductor fabrication
- Chemical processing
- Medical sterilization
- Primary metal processing
- Solar and flat panel production
- DUV photoresist development
- High purity filter manufacturing
- Pharmaceutical production and sterilization
- Fluoropolymer contamination