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The DX4040 model analyzer is designed for on-site measurements of various organic and inorganic compounds at low concentrations in ambient air. Typical usage areas include industrial hygiene and emergency response situations after incidents involving toxic chemical compounds. Analysis results of up to 25 pre-calibrated compounds are ...
  • Type Of Compound: CO2 (Carbon Dioxide), Organic Compounds
  • Detection Technology: FTIR Spectroscopy
  • Minimum Detectivity: 50 ppt (parts per trillion)
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Nephrolux® is Pranalytica’s ammonia sensor for noninvasive diagnostics of kidney disorder and malfunction in human patients. When an individual suffers kidney disorder, the level of urea nitrogen and creatinine in the blood of the individual rises. Traditional techniques for determining the blood urea nitrogen ...
  • Type Of Compound: Ammonia
  • Detection Technology: Not Specified
  • Minimum Detectivity: 1000 ppt (parts per trillion)
Data Sheet
Nitrolux®-100 is Pranalytica’s flagship ambient level atmospheric ammonia sensor in Pranalytica’s Nitrolux® sensor family that provides a guaranteed sensitivity of 100 parts-per-trillion (ppt) for ammonia detection. The underlying measurement technology assures that normally occurring trace gas ...
  • Type Of Compound: Ammonia
  • Detection Technology: Not Specified
  • Minimum Detectivity: 100 ppt (parts per trillion)
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In the 20th century, canaries were brought into coal mines as one of the first known gas detection methods, serving as a warning system to alert workers when harmful gases were present. Today, modern gas analysis finds applications in manufacturing, defense, medicine, and more. Recent advances in gas analysis technology employ infrared, tunable diode, and quantum cascade lasers to examine the composition of complex gases. The highly sensitive and precise characteristics of lasers allow for gas detection in the parts per billion to parts per million concentration range.