Analytical instrumentation > Gas analysis

Bronkhorst FLEXI-FLOW multifunctional mass flow meters/controllers

07 April, 2022

The instruments have integrated temperature and pressure sensors and an onboard gas database.

DETECTAGAS gas mixtures

01 October, 2021

DETECTAGAS gas mixtures are used for the calibration and bump testing of fixed and portable gas detection monitors.

Infrared device to detect spoiled food and lethal gases

25 August, 2021

Scientists have developed an infrared light-emitting diode that is 'tuneable' to different wavelengths of light, enabling it to identify a suite of gases.

PEAK Gas Generation i-Flow Select Nitrogen Skid System

29 June, 2021

Capable of producing a continuous and on-demand volume of high-quality food-grade nitrogen gas, the complete nitrogen-generation system includes air filtration, piping, tank and an i-Flow 6000 series nitrogen gas generator.

Electronic nose can identify different mint scents

18 June, 2021

Researchers have developed an electronic nose with an artificial sense of smell that can be used to achieve a quick and objective discrimination of mint scents.

'Digital Dog Nose' can identify explosives, drugs and more

02 June, 2021

The sensor can detect threats at the molecular level — whether it's explosive materials, particles from a potentially deadly virus or illegal drugs.

BOC HiQ Environmental Standard gas mixtures

01 May, 2021

HiQ gas mixtures are formulated by BOC's experienced technical team so that the gas mixture is fit for each user's particular purpose.

Holographic sensor designed to detect harmful gases

21 April, 2021

Researchers have developed a wearable hologram sensor by integrating a metasurface with a gas-reactive liquid crystal optical modulator.

Thermo Scientific AerosolSense Sampler

21 April, 2021

Thermo Fisher Scientific has announced the Thermo Scientific AerosolSense Sampler, designed to deliver fast insight into the presence of in-air pathogens including SARS-CoV-2.

'Biohybrid' sensor can detect chemical odours

18 January, 2021

Researchers have combined biological and engineered elements to create a volatile organic compound sensor that has the ability to detect odours in gaseous form.

Hydrogen sensor inspired by butterflies, powered by light

08 December, 2020

Inspired by the surface of butterfly wings, researchers have developed a light-activated hydrogen sensor that produces ultraprecise results at room temperature.

Not all gas regulators are created equal

01 December, 2020

Choosing the best regulator for your application is critical but can be a mine field. The selection can vary based on your application, gas service, required pressure and purity.

Phosphine discovery hints at life on Venus

17 September, 2020

The detection of a rare molecule known as phosphine, in the clouds of the planet Venus, points to the potential existence of extraterrestrial 'aerial' life.

Recent advances in microbial air sampling

12 June, 2020 by Joe Cardamone, General Manager, Cell Biosciences

Through air sampling, it is possible to evaluate the level of microbial contamination in the environment. Active monitoring and passive monitoring techniques are available.

FAQs about hydrogen gas generation

09 June, 2020

Dr Nicole R Pendini provides answers to several frequently asked questions regarding the safe use of hydrogen generators in the workplace.

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