Environics, Inc. - Coming Soon - Reduced Oxygen Breathing Device 3

The Environics® Series 6202 Reduced Oxygen Breathing Device 3 is the next generation system that simulates altitude exposure and can be utilized for both research and hypoxia training (read more)

Environics, Inc. - Save on Multipoint Calibration of Your GC

Environics Gas Mixers, Dilutors and Dividers have been the used in laboratories for over twenty years for applications including gas chromatography-mass spectrometry (GC-MS), GC with Flame Ionization Detector (GC-FID), and GC with thermal conductivity detector (GC-TCD). (read more)

Environics, Inc. - Computerized Multi-Component Gas Mixer

The Series 2000 dynamically produces complex mixes containing up to eight (8) individual component gases in a balance gas. Each component concentration may be independently varied in response to user commands. (read more)

Environics, Inc. - Gaseous Atmospheres for Analytical Research

Environics® PLC-Based Computerized Gas Panel Mixing and Delivery System automatically blend gases to create gaseous atmospheres for analytical research and diagnostic purposes. (read more)

Environics, Inc. - Expanded communications in the Series 6103

Expanded Communication Capability Added to the Series 6000 Ambient Monitor Calibration Systems (read more)

Environics, Inc. - New Simulator Saves Lives, Money

The Environics® Series 6202 Reduced Oxygen Breathing Device 3 is the next generation system that simulates altitude exposure and can be utilized for both research and hypoxia training. (read more)

Environics, Inc. - OnSite Gas Blending - Repeatability & Cost Savings

This "On Demand" gas delivery and blending system will provide cost savings and repeatability of your gaseous atmosphere (read more)

Environics, Inc. - Dynamic Calibration of Mobile Emissions Analyzers

The Series 2010 automatically performs standard ten-step dilutions of all calibration gases in accordance with U.S. Environmental Protection Agency protocols. The 2010 may also be used to generate calibration standards in user specified concentrations (%, ppm or ppb) by dynamic dilution of higher concentration source cylinders (read more)

Environics, Inc. - Mix up to Four Gases with Easy Windows Interface!
  • Simultaneously mixes up to three gases in a balance gas at user set concentrations.
  • Allows multi-point calibration of analyzers.
  • Automatic calculation of dilution and span gas flows.
  • Internally-stored Mass Flow Controller calibration tables .
  • Modular design allows for additional gas circuits to be added.
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Environics, Inc. - Simplify Field Recal - Low Ozone Calibrator

The Environics® Series 9100 Computerized Ambient Monitoring Calibration System is an advanced microprocessor controlled instrument for dynamic calibration of ambient air analyzers.

Now Available!! The 9100 can be calibrated at ozone levels of 0 to .4 ppm at 16 LPM.
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Environics, Inc. - Safely Dilute/Mix Explosive Gases

This dual chassis system allows for the safe mixing or dilution of your explosive gases.

Some research and industrial applications call for the dilution of explosive gases at high concentrations. Most often, this is in order to calibrate gas detectors. To meet these unique needs, Environics designed a modified version of our Series 4040 gas dilution system which included a... (read more)

Environics, Inc. - Hypoxia Training Device - ROBD2

The Environics® Series 6202 Reduced Oxygen Breathing Device 2 simulates altitude exposure and can be utilized for both research and hypoxia training. (read more)

Environics, Inc. - Dynamic Calibration of Your Ambient Air Analyzers.

The Environics® Series 6103 Ozone Transfer Standard / Multi-Gas Calibrator is a computer controlled, state-of-the-art instrument for dynamic multi-point calibration of ambient air analyzers. (read more)

Environics, Inc. - Blend Up To 8 Component Gases With Ease

The Environics® Series 2000 Computerized Multi-Component Gas Mixer automatically blends and dilutes gases to generate precise gas calibration standards, create gaseous atmospheres or produce gas mixes for analytical research or production purposes. (read more)

Environics, Inc. - Powerful Stand Alone Zero Air Generator!

The state-of-the-art PSA molecular sieve removes water and produces air with a dew point of less than -30°C. An adjustable drain interval negates the potential of excess water build-up. The Series 7000 is available with an optional dew point transmitter.

NEW! The ZAG now includes with dual pressure regulation for enhanced performance. (read more)

Environics, Inc. - Precise Control of Thermal Mass Flow

Sensor Research, Testing and Manufacting Gas Mixer

Environics gas mixing and gas delivery systems are used extensively by sensor development companies as well as sensor manufacturers. Our systems are ideal for production screening (sorting) of sensors as well as research and development. The Environics systems are an efficient and versatile piece of laboratory equipment. (read more)

Environics, Inc. - Unique System Blends + Dilutes Gases

Environics® Gas Blending and Gas Dilution systems offer the unique capability to blend and dilute gases in a single chassis system. The gas mixes can be used in generating precise gas calibration standards, creating gaseous atmospheres or producing gas mixes for analytical research or production purposes. (read more)

Environics, Inc. - Precise Mixing Gases for Clinical Applications!

Environics gas mixing, blending and dilution systems provide for precise mixing of gases for a wide variety of clinical applications. Our systems can produce gas concentrations from percent to ppb levels for single or multi-point calibration. The high accuracy of our mixers make them the units of choice for a wide variety of laboratory and research applications. (read more)

Environics, Inc. - Improve Your Process with an Environics CEMCS

Continuous Emissions Monitoring Calibration System

Our technology is based on very precise control of thermal mass flow controllers.

10x improvement in accuracy of a thermal mass flow controller when using Environics controlling technology. (read more)

Environics, Inc. - State-Of-The-Art Multi-Gas Calibration!

The Environics® Series 6100 Computerized Multi-Gas Calibration System is a computer controlled, state-of-the-art instrument for dynamic multi-point gas calibration of ambient air analyzers. (read more)

Environics, Inc. - We Highly Recommend A Yearly Recalibration!

Calibration of Your Environics System

We highly recommend a yearly recalibration and will send a reminder 90 days prior to the recalibration time. (read more)

Environics, Inc. - Sensor Research, Testing and Manufacting Gas Mixer

Environics gas mixing systems are used extensively by sensor development companies as well as sensor manufacturers. Our systems are ideal for production screening (sorting) of sensors as well as research and development. The Environics systems are an efficient and versatile piece of laboratory equipment. (read more)

Environics, Inc. - Biological Atmosphere Incubation Gas Mixers

Environics® PLC-Based Gas Mixing and Delivery System automatically blend gases to create gaseous atmospheres for analytical research and diagnostic purposes. Other common applications include tissue culture, pharmaceutical preparation, fermentation and bacterial growth in the laboratory. Each component concentration may be independently varied in response to user commands. (read more)

Environics, Inc. - Modified Atmosphere Packaging Gas Mixing System

More and more food packaging companies are utilizing Modified Atmosphere Packaging (MAP) or Equilibrium Modified Atmosphere Packaging (EMAP) to preserve the shelf life and/or appearance of their packed food. At Environics, we know it is essential that your MAP/EMAP gases be consistent and accurate in order to guarantee the desired quality in the end products. (read more)

Environics, Inc. - Continuous Emissions Monitoring Calibration System

The Environics Series Continuous Emissions Monitoring Calibration Systems (CEMCS) have been used in CEM vans and laboratories for over twenty years. They meet or exceed the performance requirements of the United States EPA 40 CFR Part 51 Method 205 Appendix M. (read more)