Detect and Monitor Formaldehyde levels
Nov 16 2011 Read 2077 Times
In order to ensure employees and the public are not exposed to dangerous levels of Formaldehyde in the air, it is advised to detect and monitor levels with a suitable detection instrument.
PPM Technology has significant experience in the design and development of instruments for accurate detection and measurement of Formaldehyde. Their Formaldemeter range of instruments has been available for over 10 years and they continuously develop and improve the instruments to achieve better performance and features. The latest instruments are the Formaldemeter htVm and htV.
The Formaldemeter htV-m is able to accurately detect and monitor formaldehyde, temperature and humidity in real-time. It can be used as a manual hand-held instrument or as a continuous monitoring device capable of up to one month of datalogging.
Samples are taken atomically based on a schedule specified by the user, alternatively samples can be taken in 'manual mode' when user presses 'S' button. The htV-M can precisely measure formaldehyde concentrations in parts per million (ppm) and mg/m3 over a wide range of temperature and humidity The Formaldemeter htV is a manual hand-held instrument, which can take instantaneous single-point measurements of formaldehyde, temperature and humidity. Both instruments can accurately measure very low or extremely high concentration of formaldehyde PPM Technology’s standard hand held formaldehyde detectors are able to measure in the range of 0-10ppm, it is now possible for the user to change the settings and monitor for much higher concentrations of Formaldehyde up to approximately 90ppm.
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