Our technology is based on the application of PID (see technology section) and is therefore capable to catch a wide range of volatile substances. The largest group of compounds measured by a PID are the Organics – compounds containing Carbon molecules. These include:
- Aromatics (compounds including a benzene ring such as benzene, ethyl benzene, toluene and xylene.
- Ketones & Aldehydes – compounds with C=O bond including: acetone, methyl ethyl ketone and acetaldehyde.
- Amines & Amides – Carbon compounds containing Nitrogen, like diethyl amine.
- Chlorinated hydrocarbons – trichloroethylene, perchloroethylene.
- Sulfur compounds – mercaptans
- Unsaturated hydrocarbons – like butane and octane
- Ammonia (Inorganic)
- Semiconductor gases – Arsine (Inorganic), Phosphine
- Nitric Oxide
- Bromine and Iodine
For specific customer requirements has been developed customized extension of the instrument that can evaluate also H2S or NO2 gases.
Micromagnetic Instruments present a special instrument within our research range. Highly sensitive, three axes magnetometers based on high-tech flux-gate sensors for stationary or portable application. Able to work as a high accuracy Earth’s magnetic field base station, as well as portable three-axes magnetometer with intelligent GPS data logger and graphic output.