Gas monitoring specialist Gasmet Technologies has published a new ‘how to’ video to provide an easy explanation on how to make the most of its mobile App.
Gasmet launched the free software on both iOS and Android in 2016, offering anyone with an interest in gas monitoring with quick and easy access to valuable information. It has now been downloaded hundreds of times in every continent.
The App contains a link to a library of information on more than 500 compounds, providing infrared (IR) spectra in addition to chemical formulas, molecular weights, boiling points and so on for each gas.
The programme contains a dew point calculator which predicts water and sulphuric acid dew points from water (H2O), oxygen (O2) and sulphur dioxide (SO2) concentrations, helping to prevent problems relating to sample condensation.
Other features include the Combustion Calculator, which provides estimated O2 levels for a variety of selectable fuels from variable inputs for moisture and carbon dioxide (CO2), whilst the Unit Conversion tool provides milligram per cubic meter (mg/m3) to parts per million (ppm) alterations and vice versa for a wide range of compounds.
The explanatory video (below) explains how to use the App in a step-by-step tutorial.