Description: The AroSpector monitor is engineered to provide rapid, low level detection of aromatic compounds that fluoresce and can be easily configured to monitor the overall hydrocarbon concentration or to monitor for specific hydrocarbons, including benzene, toluene and xylene. As a result, costly
- Instrument Type: Analyzer
- Mounting Type: Fixed
- Application: Continuous Emissions Monitoring
- Measurement Type: Leakage
Supplier: Enercorp Instruments Ltd.
Description: AQT-2000 Air Quality Monitors/Controllers The AQT Air Quality Monitors/Controllers operates by looking at the signal from a full spectrum sensor, automatically zeroing out temperature and humidity effects, and judging the degree of pollution. The sensor is sensitive to a wide variety of air
Supplier: ICON Safety Co., Inc.
Description: UltraRAE 3000 PGM-7360 used for Butadiene or Benzene specific monitoring The rugged UltraRAE 3000 is the most advanced pumped handheld volatile organic compound (VOC) monitor on the market. Its Photoionization Detector's (PID) extended range of 0.05-10,000ppm in VOC mode and 50ppb to 200ppm
- Instrument Type: Detector
Supplier: Spectrex, Inc.
Description: SafEye 400 Series Flash Type UV Open Path Gas Detector includes all the advantages of the 200 Series but monitors toxic and aromatic gases at low concentrations over an optical path of up to 330 ft (100 m). The system has a fast response time of up to 10 seconds. Gases Detected: Hydrogen Sulfide
Supplier: GfG Instrumentation, Inc.
Description: ToxAlert Electrochemical sensors are standard in virtually all portable confined space monitors because they can identify specific known gases. However, in many environments such as sewers or storage vessels, unknown gases may be present For protection in these cases, a broad range sensor
Supplier: Watts Premier
Description: . Stage 4 is a specially formulated 1 micron VOC coconut shell Carbon Block filter. This VOC filter is capable of reducing harmful Volatile Organic Chemicals (VOC) such as MTBE's, Lindane, Atrazine, Benzene, 2, 4-D, and others from your drinking water (See performance data sheet for a complete
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Continuous Environmental Monitoring of Benzene, Toluene, Ethyl Benzene, and Xylenes (BTEX) (.pdf)
. benzene and other volatile organic. particular mass is simply equal to. inversion is used to solve these sets. compounds in water. This allows a. the sum of the peak heights which. of simultaneous equations. These. single mass spectrometer to monitor
Techniques for Online Determination of VOCs in Water (.pdf)
of results. Application #1 is the measurement of ppb. levels of benzene in presence of hundreds. of ppm of IPA and acetone- batch. process; no lab or additional personnel. wanted and application #2 is the measurement of ppb levels of non polar VOC's and/also. alcohols (polar) in waste stream; 2 shifts. 7
Infrared Technology for Fail-To-Safe Hydrocarbon Gas Detection
feasible for many commercial applications. Typical Gases. Other Gases. Monitored. Monitored. • Methane • Isopropylamine. • Ethane. • Propylene. • Propane. • Ethylene Oxide. • Butane. • Propylene Oxide. • Pentane. • Ethanol. • Hexane. • Methanol. • Benzene. Fig. 4 Model IR2100 - Infrared Point Gas
Flow Switches for Oil/Gas Refinery Water Treatment
. For example a typical. Hydrocarbon liquids such as Benzene, Toluene and Xylene contain. thermal flow switch, such as FCI’s Flow/Level/Temperature FLT93. salts and aromatics. The salts in the hydrocarbon liquids are. Switch operates over a liquid flow range from 0.01 to 3.0 FPS. corrosive and foul process
What's the Difference Between Explosion Proof & Intrinsically Safe?
, or cyclo-propane. Group D: Atmospheres containing gasoline, hexane, naptha, benzene, butane, propane, alcohol, acetone, benzol, lacquer solvent vapors, or natural gas (methane). Download a PDF of this FAQ. Direct Connect. Sensor. M2 Transmitter. Stand Alone. Beacon 110. Controller. Search. What's New. New Sample
Application of Dempster-Shafer Theory to Oil Monitoring
Increases Benzene insoluble increases Seizure Abnormal in concentration of both ferrous and nonferrous element Cast iron and aluminum severe sliding wear particle with a rough surface TAN increases Corrosion Abnormal in concentration of ferrous-element Corrosive wear debris Sulfation increases
Optical Hydrocarbon Sensors and Their Applications (.pdf)
these. sensors very useful for the detection of BTEX (benzene, toluene, ethyl benzene and. xylenes), which is used as a tracer for TPH leaks/contamination. The characteristic. relative response factors (RRF’s) can be determined for specific sites. The sensors can be. calibrated for specific
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compounds in this family contain from 2 to 10 benzene rings, with ether linkages (an oxygen atom connecting two carbon atoms) between the rings (see Figure 2). In the case of the five-ring PPE shown in the figure, various parts of the molecule are able to rotate around the four oxygen atoms linking