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Fenceline Benzene Monitoring

Benzene Monitoring

ENMET’s Benzene Monitoring provide accurate and reliable trace ambient air analysis near and around the perimeter of your refinery.  Furthermore, helping your facility provide proper EPA compliance monitoring and reporting. ENMET’s new GC (Gas Chromatograph) products are specifically designed for refineries.  In addition it can provide trace level analysis with affordability for point measurement of benzene at relevant detection thresholds. Furthermore, our eGC (environmental Gas Chromatograph) trace toxic chemical monitor for field applications provides an accurate and cost effective solution for fenceline detection of sub parts per billion (ppb) of benzene in accordance with Method 325A/B.

First of all this real-time monitoring system will help a refinery determine the magnitude and timing of a benzene release at the “fenceline” of the facility to allow for corrective action source mitigation. In addition, some products include the ECG (environmental Gas Chromatograph).  This represents a new cost effective approach to gas chromatographic monitoring products for field applications. Also the iGC (industrial Gas Chromatograph).  Which is an innovative 19 inch rack mounted ambient air analyzer designed to detect chemicals.

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eGC

eGC (environmental Gas Chromatograph) represents a new cost effective approach to gas chromatographic monitoring products for field applications.

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iGC

iGC (industrial Gas Chromatograph) is an innovative 19 inch rack mounted ambient air analyzer designed to detect chemicals

Benzene – What Is It?

The Department of Health & Human Services has labeled benzene as a known human carcinogen – a chemical or physical agent that causes cancer. Benzene is a highly flammable, colorless liquid with a sweet odor. It is evaporates very quickly into air and is slightly soluble in water. Benzene is found in by-products of combustion such as, volcanoes, forest fires, vehicle emissions and cigarette smoke. As a natural component of crude oil, Benzene is primarily manufactured from coal and petroleum.

Benzene Uses?

Benzene is the 17th most abundantly produced chemical in the US. Benzene is used as a raw material in the production of many materials and products including styrene, some rubbers, lubricants, dyes, drugs, synthetic detergents, explosives, insecticides, fumigants, solvents, paint removers, and gasoline. Benzene is also a by-product of the coking process during steel production.