GOW-MAC will be launching 3 new analytical products for gas analysis at this year's Pittcon event in March and introducing visitors to the innovations it offers its customers in this field.
Among the devices on display at the company’s booth, number 3612, will be the Series 900 Toxic Gas Monitor, the Series 200 Gas Chromatograph and Series 100 TCD Gas Chromatograph.
The Series 900 offers the trace detection of toxic gas impurities in air and specialty, electronic, and industrial gases. The extremely sensitive monitor can operate over a range of maximum sensitivity of 0-10 ppm full scale, detecting as minute a quantity as 0.005 ppm or 5 ppb of the gas to be measured. The Series 200 is a completely self-contained 19" rack mount instrument offering various system configurations, each dependent upon the detector chosen. Computer controlled using keypad with vacuum fluorescence graphical display, the chromatograph features continuous, unattended operation, capillary, packed, or micro-packed columns, auto-zero, automated valve control and two modes of operation.
The company’s Series 100 TCD gas chromatograph instrument is capable of utilising packed and micro-packed column technology and employs its high sensitivity thermal conductivity detector (TCD) optimised specifically for gas analysis and offers various system configurations, each dependent upon the application requirements.
Similarly, Tiger Optics has announced it will be present at the Pittcon event and showcasing its technology developments for gas analysis.
The company will demonstrate its HALO family of gas analysers - the HALO and HALO+ were the world’s first mini-gas analysers that provide faster and more accurate measurements than any other solution of its size. It also intends to highlight notable achievements within the past year such as Tiger Optics’ units being used by 8 National Laboratories as their transfer standards and the company’s focus on R&D – recently earning the company five patents for innovations of its exclusive Continuous Wave Cavity Ring-Down Spectroscopy (CW CRDS) technology.