How are VOCs monitored? These 3 laboratory testing solutions are very practical!Read: 4660 Release time: 2019/4/9 11:25:49
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In recent years, environmental problems have become increasingly prominent. The proportion of ozone as the primary pollutant affecting air quality has gradually increased, and volatile organic compounds (VOCs) are important precursors for the formation of ozone and PM2.5.
VOCs refer to organic chemicals with a vapor pressure above 0.1mmHg (13.3Pa) and a boiling point below 260 ° C (500 ° F) under normal conditions (20 ° C, 101.3kPa).
Because there are many sources of VOCs, the composition is complex, and most of them are toxic and harmful substances, posing a serious threat to environmental safety and human survival. Studies have shown that VOCs are extremely harmful to the central nervous system, and after entering the body, they have toxic effects on the liver, kidneys and blood.
However, due to its various types, the monitoring is quite difficult, and there are high technical requirements for environmental inspection and testing institutions, effective scientific testing methods are very necessary.
Pannuo strongly launched the AMD9 high-performance dual-chamber GC / MS instrument, as well as the BTH-10 type activation instrument and the AutoTDS-V automatic thermal desorption instrument, which can accurately realize the separation of volatile organic compounds and provide professional technical support.
The following three solutions will help your laboratory analysis comprehensively!