Carbon dioxide (CO2) is a commonly used additive in food and beverage industry (e.g. for soft drink, brewery, and champagne carbonation). Its fabrication process can lead to the presence of impurities such as Benzene, Toluene, Ethylbenzene, Xylenes (BTEX) and sulfur compounds. To ensure people’s safety, limit values of these impurities has been set by various health and safety regulations. Gas (...)
Impurities in air ( chromaCO )or O2 or N2O. Formaldehyde or ETO or CO.
Quality control of VOC in nitrogen or helium. Cylinders used for calibration. airmOzone PAMS (30 or 58 compounds). All Mercaptans compounds at very sensitive levels (down to 1 ppb detection limit). ppt (30 to 3000 ppt) in option
Air Liquide, Praxair, Air Products, BOC, Messer, Linde, Takachiho , Aga ... need to control the amount of impurities : Quality control before delibery to customer like : Petrochemistry, chemistry… Chromatotec also supplies for pure gas manufacturers the airmoQuality that is a complete 19" rack cabinet including one, two or three analysers, one industrial computer, one calibration unit… (...)
It deals with the quality control according to the following conrol: 4.0 (99.99 %). We can propose this application with the analyser chromaTCD.