- Fenceline monitoring
- Emissions trending
- Multi-component analysis
- ppb sensitivity
- Low cost of operation & sustainment
- Solar powered version
Autonomous Trace Toxic Chemical Monitor for Field Applications
eGC (environmental Gas Chromatograph) represents a new cost effective approach to gas chromatographic monitoring products for field applications. It is capable of multi-component analysis at trace environmental concentration levels, sub parts per billion, ideal for ambient air fenceline monitoring applications. This product is a significant technological improvement over traditional process gas chromatograph’s configured for ambient air monitoring.
It is a fully autonomous instrument requiring no external carrier gas support. Additionally, it can be configured to operate using solar power, allowing convenience of deployment to remote areas. All analysis data is communicated via a cellular modem to the cloud where it 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 analytical laboratory instrument. eGC is very economical to deploy and sustain in the field. eGC is a next generation solution for trace chemical fenceline analysis for broad spectrum of industrial environments.
Analysis Range: 0.5ppbv to 200 ppbv (Benzene)
Analysis Time: 10 minutes
User Interface: Web
External Communication: Cellular Modem
Back up Data: USB memory drive
Calibration Frequency: User programmable
Carrier Gas Scrubber: >10,000 hours
Input Power: 12 VDC / Solar panel option
Operating Temperature: -10 to 45°C or 14° to 113°F
Dimensions: 44.5 x 49.5 x 21.3 cm 19.5 x 19.5 x 9.5 inches
Weight: 44 lbs, 19.95Kg
If you cannot find what you need or require a custom part, simply call and speak to one of our knowledgeable gas monitoring experts. They will be able to walk you through the ordering process quickly and professionally.
Contact ENMET sales department for a list of applications and product ordering information.