Ozone and Secondary Organic Aerosol (SOA) precursors

An all in one solution, validated by the US EPA, including dual combined autoGCs FID : airmoVOC C2C6 and airmoVOC C6C12.

This solution is provided worldwide for Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) monitoring in ambient air. They contribute significantly to the formation of tropospheric (ground-level) ozone (O3), resulting mainly from the reaction of VOCs with NOx (NO and NO2) in the presence of sunlight, and Secondary Organic Aerosol (SOA) by oxidation.

The airmOzone utilizes the airmoVOC C2-C6 and an airmoVOC C6-C12 with FID to monitor :

  • 56 compounds of the USEPA list.
  • 88 compounds when TO 14 molecules are added.

By combining those two instruments, it is possible to analyze light and heavy VOCs.There are no interferences on the 10 compounds that could potentially interfere with benzene in compliance with EN 14 662-3.

Using an FID detector and H2 as the carrier gas, separation and sensitivity is excellent down to ppt levels.

The equipment has mCERTs, approval on BTEX as well as EN 15267-1:2009, EN 15267-2:2009 & EN 14662-3:2015

The analyzer is linear from 0 to 100 ppb (0-325 µg/m3 range) : airmoBTX / airmoVOC C6-C12, Linearity and repeatability Test.

The instruments are fully automated thanks to internal calibration (airmoCAL). They are calibrated with primary gas standard certified at ±2%.

The VISTACHROM software controls the analyzers and allows the storage and display of the chromatograms thanks to Peak Viewer.

It is possible to transfer data to a data logger with the communication protocols MODBUS RTU, JBUS or German PROTOCOL.

The airmozone is the solution for on-site VOC analysis. It is a standalone system with H2 and Air generators as well as embedded calibration integrated into a cabinet.

This solution ranks first in US Environmental Protection Agency (US EPA) field testing and is considered as unique autonomous and integrated solution for on field application.

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