OralChroma uses Gas Chromatography Technology
Product Announcement from FIS Inc.
Three major halitosis components are hydrogen sulfide, methyl mercaptan, and dimethyl sulfide. The OralChroma measures Volatile Sulfide Components (VSC) in the breath and separates them into the above three components. About 1000 sets of OralChroma have been supplied to dentists, universities, and laboratories in the world since 2002.
Separating halitosis into three major components with high precision
Since the OralChroma uses gas chromatography technology, causes of halitosis can be precisely analyzed to confirm breath odor diagnostics treatment.
Simple breath sampling with a supplied syringe
You can freely select where to place the OralChroma without being worried about permanent installation.
Sophisticated data management software attached (DataManager)
DataManager is a graphical software providing halitosis strength level, patient's data history, etc.
* OralChroma is a measuring device.
Simple gas chromatography using semiconductor gas sensor
Following components included in volatile sulfur compounds:
- Hydrogen sulfide
- Methyl mercaptan
- Dimethyl sulfide
ng/10ml and ppb
Manual sampling with a syringe
80% RH or less (no condensation)
10 to 30C
20 to 90% RH (no condensation)
-20 to 60C
100 to 220V AC 50/60Hz