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Description: The TVA1000B is the only portable, intrinsically safe, survey flame ionization (FID) and photoionization (PID) dual monitor which provides fast and accurate readings of organic and inorganic vapors and meets EPA Method 21 specifications for monitoring fugitive emissions.
- Instrument Type: Analyzer
- Mounting Type: Handheld, Portable
- Application: Ambient Air Monitoring
- Measurement Type: Trace
Supplier: Teledyne Instruments
Description: The Series 5000 Near Infrared Photometer utilizes a chopper stabilized single sample cell, dual wavelength design to continuously monitor water and organic compounds (in the liquid phase) that have distinct absorbance peaks within the NIR region of the light spectrum. In addition to providing
- Instrument Type: Analyzer
- Mounting Type: Fixed
- Application: Process Gas
- Measurement Type: Trace
Supplier: Linde North America, Inc.
Description: US EPA Method 25, "Determination of Total Gaseous Nonmethane Organic Emissions as Carbon;" Method 25A, "Determination of Total Gaseous Organic Concentration Using a Flame Ionization Analyzer;" Method 25B, "Determination of Total Gaseous Organic Concentration Using a Nondispersive Infrared Analyzer
- Applications: Calibration Gas / Gas Standard
- Hydrogen, Hydrides and Hydrogen Compounds: Hydrogen
- Nitrogen and Nitrogen Compounds: Nitrogen
- Oxygen and Oxides: Oxygen, Carbon Dioxide
Supplier: Quantachrome Instruments
Description: Ethernet Port for PC control via Windows® based software Interlocked door to prevent opening during experiment Cold trap to prevent vapors from entering the pump Easy loading and unloading of samples The VSTAR™ vapor sorption analyzer goes beyond water sorption to provide vapor sorption
- Property Analyzed: Pore Volume / Porosimetry, Surface Area - Total
- Test Media / Material: Powders / Granular Materials
- Display & Special Features: Computer Interface / Networkable, Laboratory / Batch
Supplier: Siemens Analytical Products
Description: preparation and spare parts management. Benefits Highly cost effective because calibration gases are not required(AUTOCAL with ambient air, dependent on the measuring component) High selectivity thanks to multi-layer detectors, e.g. low crosssensitivity to water vapor Cleanable sample cells: Cost savingsShow More
Supplier: Kin-Tek Laboratories Inc.
Description: component vapor permeates from the tube and mixes with the dilution gas to form the ppm or ppb stan- dard. The standard then flows through the generator output to the gas analyzer. The 491MB Gas Standards Generator can be used as a stand-alone, single-oven unit or as a base module in a multi-module
- Generator Type: Organic Vapor, Specialty / Other
- Output Flow Rate: 0.0088 to 0.1766 SCFM
- Features: Portable
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Control Instruments Corp.
Monitoring Combustible Gases in Kilns
A new white paper by Control Instruments, "Monitoring Combustible Gases in Kilns," discusses the hurdles involved with monitoring combustible gas concentrations for safety and key points to consider. Heating all sample-wetted parts of the analyzer and sampling system to 250 °C will prevent condensation. The sample stays intact. The measurement includes all combustible vapors. Sample pumps cannot provide the same level of reliability as an aspirated sampling system and should be avoided... (read more)
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Gardner Denver Thomas
Thomas Pumps&Compressors-Environmental Application
aquatic species in places otherwise lacking in sufficient oxygen. . Air SamplingAir and dust sampling determines the level and types of viable fungal propagules within building trouble spots, and suggests the presence of significant indoor mold growth sites ("amplifiers"). . Gas Analyzers. This type of instrumentation is required to check hydrocarbons that are present in emissions that escape into the atmosphere through industrial smokestacks. The EPA regulates how much of certain... (read more)
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Federal Register > Friday, April 10, 2009 > [74 FR 16448] Mandatory Reporting of Greenhouse Gases
Infrared fugitive emissions detection instruments are capable of detecting fugitive CH4 emissions, or Toxic Vapor Analyzers or Organic Vapor Analyzers can be used by the operator to detect fugitive natural gas emissions.
Facility site check report transportation safeguards divsision (TSD) underground storage tanks 2334-U and 2335-U at Building 9714
Field screen portions of each split spoon sample with a Foxboro Model 128 Organic Vapor Analyzer (OVA) for volatilized organic compounds (VOCs).
(Environmental investigation of ground water contamination at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio)
PURPOSE The purpose of this procedure is to outline the steps necessary for calibration, operation and maintenance of the Foxboro Organic Vapor Analyzer (OVA).
States > California > State > Air Districts > Ventura County > Regulation IV - Prohibitions > [ven AQMD 74-29] Rule 74-29 - Soil Decontamination Operations
Emits reactive organic compounds (ROC), as measured by a certified organic vapor analyzer , in excess of 50 parts per million by volume (ppmv) above background, as hexane, except nonrepeatable momentary readings.
Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA)
Organic Vapor Analyzers (OVA .
Remedial investigation sampling and analysis plan for J-Field, Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland: Volume 2, Quality Assurance Project Plan
7-1 7.1.1 Photoionization Detectors and Organic Vapor Analyzers ..........
Transuranic waste characterization sampling and analysis methods manual
addition, the use of an organic vapor analyzer (OVA) is recommended to provide immediate indications of sampling manifold cleanliness.
Chlorofluorocarbon leak detection technology
… detection rate levels, advantages, disadvantages, and vendor information on the following technologies: bubbling solutions; colorimetric leak testing; dyes; halogen leak detectors (coronea discharge detectors; halide torch detectors, and heated anode detectors); laser imaging; mass spectroscopy; organic vapor analyzers ; odorants; pressure decay methods …