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Monitor traces of benzene with this GC unit

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Enmet

Enmet

The eGC environmental gas-chromatograph monitor (photo) is said to be a cost-effective approach to trace-level benzene detection (below parts per billion). The manufacturer has added a new feature — a weather station — that is capable of measuring wind direction, wind speed and offers a GPS feature. It can be configured to operate using solar power, allowing convenient deployment in remote areas. All analysis data are communicated via a cellular modem to the cloud where data can be easily accessed and shared. eGC has been tested to operate outdoors under harsh real-world ambient conditions (–10 to 45°C) and is capable of the accuracy and precision of an analytical laboratory instrument. The eGC is a next-generation fenceline benzene-monitoring system that can be used by petroleum refineries for compliance reporting and root-cause emissions analysis for corrective action. — Enmet, LLC, Ann Arbor, Mich.

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