gasera_logo_vaaka

Multi-gas monitoring with GASERA ONE PULSE

Multi-gas monitoring with GASERA ONE PULSE

G1_pulse_w600_2

GASERA ONE PULSE is a versatile and easy to use multi-gas monitoring solution. It offers accurate ppb detection at an unbeatable price. It can be configured for a range of uses and is currently in use by our customers in; detecting SF6 leakage, refrigerant leakage, anesthetic gas monitoring, emissions monitoring of greenhouse gases, soil analysis, occupational health and safety, photocatalysis, animal husbandry, and fume hood performance testing.

Please get in contact and we can discuss your gas measurement requirements. Freephone 0800 724 633   info@scienze.nz

Detection Limits and Selectivity

Detection Limits and Selectivity

Gasera’s patented cantilever enhanced photoacoustic technology delivers ppb gas detection in the most challenging measurement environments and at an industry leading price.

This is achieved by the GASERA ONE PULSE’s unique measurement capabilities and advanced chemometric algorithms that use up to ten different measurement signals to ensure that your target gases can be swiftly and accurately measured even in the presence of the most troublesome interferents, such as high levels of moisture where competitor systems cannot tolerate.

GASERA_ONE_PULSE_Technical_Concept

Scienze can work with you to configure the GASERA ONE PULSE to achieve the detection performance required for your application.

Configuration Options

Configuration Options

Several option possibilities enable even more versatile use of the multi-purpose GASERA ONE PULSE instrument.

 

Multipoint Sampling

GASERA ONE PULSE can be combined with our multi-channel sampling system to deliver even more gas monitoring capabilities and value.

The multi-channel sampler enables an automated and programmable sampling sequence of up to 12 different gas measurement sampling points to each GASERA ONE PULSE instrument, providing a cost-effective solution for customers.

G_multipoint_17022017-768x576

Different applications require a different set of target gases. This is achieved with the selection of an appropriate set of optical filters for each unit. Some applications require field use. For this, a portable enclosure option is available with battery-powered operation.

Portable Field Use

Portable Field Use

Gasera’s unique technology enables miniaturisation of our instrument with no reduction in measuring sensitivity. It is also robust, and a low power technology compared to power hungry, fragile FT-IR spectrometers and GC-MS instruments. This allows Gasera to offer a battery powered portable product to enable gas detection in the most difficult locations. It is our “four-wheel drive” version that still offers ppb detection and ease of use, but now our customers can measure anywhere. With enhanced features to combat the range of temperatures and vibration that a field instrument may experience, our portable instrument is also designed for ease of transport with a roll on hard-case shell.

G_Mini-IRON_2-768x512

Applications

  • Animal husbandry
  • Fume hood performance testing
  • Greenhouse gases research
  • Occupational health and safety
  • Photocatalysis
  • Refrigerant leakage
  • SF6 leakage
  • Soil analysis
  • Tracer gas ventilation studies
  • Waste anesthetic gases

Measurable Gases

  • Anesthetics: desflurane, enflurane, isoflurane, sevoflurane etc.
  • Greenhouse gases: CF4, C2F6, R13, R-134a, CO2, N2O etc.
  • Tracer gases: SF6, R-134a, HFO-1234yf
  • Hydrocarbons: CH4, C2H2, C2H4, C2H6 etc.
  • Inorganics: CO, CO2, H2O, NO, NO2, N2O, NF3, NH3, SF6, SO2
  • VOCs: acetone, benzene, ethanol, formaldehyde, methanol, toluene, xylenes etc.

Specifications

  • Response time: dependent on user configurable channel integration (C.I.T.) and gas exchange routine. Typically from 5 seconds to a few minutes (model dependent)
  • Detection limit: gas and light source dependent. Typically from sub-ppb to sub-ppm
  • Dynamic range: typically 5 orders of magnitude (i.e. 100 000 times the detection limit)
  • Repeatability: less than 1% of measured value in operational conditions at the calibration concentration
  • Accuracy: limited by the calibration gas accuracy at the calibration concentration. Typically 2-5%
  • Temperature stability: ambient temperature change within the operational temperature range will not cause drift
  • Pressure stability: sample gas pressure change within the pressure range will not cause drift

Need more information / Questions?

Need more information / Questions?

Please contact us by phone or email:

Freephone 0800 724 633

info@scienze.nz

Or use the contact form below:

Please enter your name.
Please enter a message.

For Greater Productivity & Insights

For Greater Productivity & Insights

Copyright © 2021, Scienze. All rights reserved.