Solutions for SVOCs, VOCs and PAHs in Ambient Air Announced
Aug 10 2020 Read 452 Times
The airmoVOC C6-C20+ auto-GC-FID analyser is a specific instrument dedicated to the measurement of Hydrocarbons from C6 to more than C25 (linear alcanes) with a sensitivity in the range of low ppt (ng/m3).
Volatile PAHs measured in standard are: naphthalene, 2-methyl-naphtalene, 1-methyl-naphtalene, acenaphthene, acenaphthylene, fluorene, phenanthrene and anthracene. Recently, benzo(a)pyrene has been analysed.
It has already been deployed in various French reference institutes and universities to monitor PAHs in industrial site, tropical forest and sites under decontamination.
When coupled with Quadrupole MS, any unexpected or unknown compounds are automatically identified thanks to the internal NIST library embedded in the internal computer of the system.
The instrument is designed to avoid the risk of interference caused by other molecules that may be present in the sample. A specific internal calibration system is used to validate the data and to ensure a good stability of the analytical solution.
This cylinder free solution includes embedded gas generators and calibration controlled by GC in rack or wall mounted box.
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