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Scentinal provides ambient odour emission monitoring based on high accuracy (ppb level) detection of odorous gases such as H2S, Ammonia, VOCs, and SO2. The flexible intelligent station allows live monitoring of plant emissions on Scentroid’s cloud servers. Odour emission is reported in OU/m3 based on correlation determined based on periodic measurements using field olfactometry.
Our COMETS is the perfect compact ambient air monitoring station.
Scentroid Pollutracker TR8+ is a complete air quality mobile laboratory. This instrument allows the user to measure hundreds of chemicals using up to 10 sensors and analyzers including Photo-Ionization Detectors (PID) sensors, Non-dispersive Infrared (NDIR) sensors, Electrochemical and Metal Oxide sensors. Pollutracker includes, Built-in 10″ touchscreen interface, On device data logging and wireless transfer via email, Remote (internet based) firmware update, Built in sampling pump, Simultaneous data analysis of all gases, Built-in rechargeable battery, On-screen Calibration Procedure and External decontamination device.
Turnkey solution for continuous analysis of Aromatic Hydrocarbon Compounds (PAH) BTEX and Dioxine Precursors.
This solution is a combination of two robust instruments, VOC expert and Det QMS, which allows quantification and identification of chemicals from % to low ppt levels (VOC, organosilane, odorants compounds, CO2, NH3 ). The complementarity of the instruments allows the monitoring of low concentrations in 30 minutes and/or the very fast detection of concentration changes at ppm levels.
The Scentroid DR1000 can be used to sample and analyze ambient air at heights of up to 150 meters above ground level that was previously impossible to accomplish. Air quality mapping, model verification, analysis of potentially dangerous sites are all made possible by this novel innovation.
It allows to: Make precise analyzes, on site, of the pollutants exposure of the occupants of the buildings. Identify peaks and sources of pollution. Control emissions of materials
A gas detector is a device that detects the presence of gases in an area, often as part of a safety system. This type of equipment is used to detect a gas leak or other emissions and can interface with a control system so a process can be automatically shut down.