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eGC Gas Chromatography Analyzer

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eGC Gas Chromatography Analyzer

Trace Chemical Analysis at sub-ppb Levels

eGC (environmental Gas Chromatograph) is a new innovative solution for chemical-specific analysis in ambient air:

  • Facility and Community Air Monitoring
  • Outdoor Deployment
  • Autonomous Operation
  • Analysis and Metrological Data Fusion
  • Cloud Based Data – Real Time QA Analytics
  • Benzene, Toluene, o-Xylene, I-3 Butadiene

Durability • Mobility • Simplicity • Affordability • Traceability • Accountability

   

ENMET’s eGC (environmental Gas Chromatograph) is a fully autonomous trace toxic chemical fenceline monitor for field applications capable of subparts per billion analysis. A typical application for the eGC can be single or multi chemical identification of specific hydrocarbons such as Benzene, Toluene, and Xylene in ambient air.

eGC is designed to be an autonomous field instrument capable of operating while using only solar power allowing mobility convenience of deployment to specific emission and remote site areas. eGC has been tested to operate outdoors under harsh conditions with ambient temperature range of 14°F to 115°F. This system will last years in the field with minimal planned maintenance limiting user field interaction.

eGC reports all of the analysis data including weather wind speed and direction with GIS position. All data is sent by cellular modem using an encrypted server, secure, with full access to the data anywhere in the world via the web. ENMET’s eGC is a significant technological improvement for trace level field analysis offering high performance at a very affordable price.

Check out our eGC videos for more details on the eGC operating system and the innovative eGC Website Interface.

Typical 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

  • Benzene (C6H6)
  • BTX (Benzene, Toluene, and Xylene)
  • o-Xylene
  • 1-3 Butadiene C4H6

Solar Panels

The eGC is designed to be an autonomous field instrument capable of operating while using only solar power allowing mobility convenience of deployment to specific emission and remote site areas.

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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.

eGC is a new innovative solution for chemical specific analysis in ambient air. eGC is a fully autonomous trace toxic chemical facility and community air monitor for field applications which is capable of subparts per billion analysis.

eGC uses a cloud-based design for general data reporting with e-mail alerts upon concentration (alarm) excursions. These alerts allow the user to be notified when there is a concern and follow up quickly using the remote access capability with web connected devices.

eGC’s intuitive graphical web site displays ppb concentration data over time, local weather conditions, (wind speed and direction) and GIS map position. This fusion of information allows the eGC to be a very useful tool for chemical specific emission monitoring and source identification.

Additionally, the eGC can also communicate externally with other environmental software modeling applications expanding the use of the data for other purposes. For more details on the unique features of the eGC and the 23 instrument functions collected by the website for the eGC data stream contact ENMET today.

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