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Portable analysis system for hazardous chemical identification

By Chemical Engineering |

FLIR Systems

FLIR Systems

The Griffin G510 gas chromatograph-mass spectrometer (photo), is a portable chemical identifier that enables users to sample solids, liquids and vapors to rapidly identify chemical hazards in the field. The instrument’s multiple integrated sample inlets simplify on-scene analysis. When used in survey mode, it identifies vapor-phase chemicals within seconds. Featuring a 9-in. touchscreen, the Griffin G510 can be operated while wearing full personal protective equipment (PPE). When a chemical threat is automatically identified using an industry-standard NIST library, the Griffin G510 alerts the operator with audible, visual and color-coded alarms. Designed to withstand harsh environments, the Griffin G510 is IP65-rated, dust-tight and spray-resistant. — FLIR Systems, Inc., Wilsonville, Ore.

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