Multi-gas analyzers are a very important part of ambient monitoring, where low-level concentrations of certain species can have a dramatic impact on air quality. They are deployed across a wide spectrum of applications from environmental monitoring to workplace health and safety. However, these analyzers are subject to interference from numerous factors that can cause inaccuracies.Read More
Gas chromatography, often abbreviated to GC, is a staple analytical tool in all manner of quality control and research facilities. It is used to detectRead More
The most common air pollutants include carbon monoxide, ground level ozone, nitrogen oxides, particulate matter, sulfur oxides, and volatile organic compounds. There are other pollutantsRead More
Monitoring the composition of ambient air is a vital process in maintaining the quality of the air we breathe. The World Health Organisation (WHO) has attributed millions of deaths per year to air pollution and inhalation of industrial particulates emitted by vehicles and industrial plants. New research has underlined the severity of the issue, suggesting that the health impacts associated with polluted air are more severe than previously believed. The European Heart Journal estimates that air pollution reduces the mean life expectancy in Europe by approximately 2.2 years.
Gas flow systems serve myriad purposes around the world. They are used to calibrate gas chromatographs (GC) in laboratory and analytical facilities and have been widely employed in the mixing, blending, and delivery of appropriate medical gas mixtures. Ground-breaking clinical research into the interaction between distinct gases and cellular behaviour has also benefits from theRead More