Detect and identify hazardous gases on-site
Monitor ambient air in tough industrial environments with high precision, sensitivity, speed, and reliability. Thermo Scientific continuous multi-gas detectors are available in robust packages designed specifically to meet 40 CFR Part 60 standards and related performance specifications for gases such as hydrogen chloride (HCl). We offer five-gas, non-dispersive infrared analyzers designed for full extractive systems as well as continuous emissions monitoring systems for the measurement of 10 or more gases.
Featured multi-gas analyzers
Get automatic and continuous moisture measurement. The Thermo Scientific NDIR Model 60i Multi-Gas Analyzer uses non-dispersive infrared (NDIR) optical filter technology to measure five gases in addition to an oxygen measurement via either chemical cell or paramagnetic technology.
Simultaneously monitor more than ten gases with the Thermo Scientific Omni FTIR Multi-Gas CEMS. This multi gas analyzer is designed to meet 40 CFR Part 60 standards using the Thermo Scientific Antaris™ IGS Gas Analyzer.
Calibrate instruments that perform zero, precision and level 1 span checks, audits and multipoint measurements. The Thermo Scientific 146iQ Multi-Gas Calibrator supplies precise levels of ozone, carbon monoxide, non-methane hydrocarbons, sulfur dioxide, nitric oxide and nitrogen dioxide, or other gases.
Monitor ambient air in workplace environments to detect multiple gases with Thermo Scientific MIRAN SapphIRe Portable Ambient Analyzers. Available in three models and may be configured to include intrinsic safety certification and spectral scanning.
Simultaneously analyze more than 100 gas species. The Thermo Scientific Antaris IGS Gas Analyzer offers precise gas monitoring in a package developed for industrial environments.
Let us handle the repair or calibration of all your environmental process and monitoring products. We're happy to track the process from start to finish, including coverage verification, problem diagnosis, cost estimates, and repair costs.