Gas purity analysis is an essential component of the preparation of reference gas standards. The quality of results obtained from various industrial processes, environmental monitoring, and laboratory research depends on the purity of the reference gas standards. Hence, it is vital to perform gas purity analysis with high accuracy and precision to ensure the compliance of reference gas standards.
ETG Risorse e Tecnologia, as a leading manufacturer of analytical instruments, offers advanced analyzers for gas purity analysis. The ETG 8900 QEPAS photoacoustic analyzer and the ETG 9500 FTIR analyzer are both highly effective solutions for gas purity analysis.
The ETG 8900 QEPAS photoacoustic analyzer uses QEPAS (Quartz-Enhanced Photoacoustic Spectroscopy) technology, which is a well-established and robust method of gas analysis that provides highly sensitive measurements of gas concentrations. This analyzer is designed to perform accurate and precise measurements of specific gases, depending on the application, up to ppb (parts per billion) levels. It is important to note that photoacoustic analyzers can only measure a limited number of gases at the same time. Nevertheless, the photoacoustic effect is still an effective method for gas purity analysis, because it is the most accurate measuring method, when the number of possible contaminants is very limited. The analyzer provides highly accurate and reliable measurements of gas concentrations, making it ideal for the preparation of reference gas standards. It is easy to use and maintain, with intuitive software and a user-friendly interface that simplifies the analysis process.
The ETG 9500 FTIR analyzer is a powerful analytical tool that uses FTIR (Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy) technology to provide highly accurate and precise measurements of gas concentrations, including impurities, at all stages of gas production. The FTIR technology is known for its accuracy and reliability in gas analysis, making it an ideal solution for gas purity analysis. However, it is important to note that FTIR technology has its limitations, and it may not be suitable for all gas analysis applications. For instance, FTIR spectroscopy may not be able to detect gases with very low concentrations or gases that do not absorb infrared light. In such cases, other analytical techniques, such as photoacoustic effect, may be more appropriate. Nevertheless, the ETG 9500 FTIR analyzer is designed to be rugged and durable, ensuring that it can withstand harsh industrial and laboratory environments. The analyzer is easy to use and maintain, thanks to its intuitive software and user-friendly interface, which simplify the analysis process.
In conclusion, gas purity analysis is a critical componentfor the preparation of reference gas standards, and ETG offers advanced analyzers for this purpose. The ETG 8900 QEPAS photoacoustic analyzer and the ETG 9500 FTIR analyzer are both highly effective solutions for gas purity analysis, providing accurate and precise measurements of gas concentrations, including impurities, at all stages of gas production. Whether you are looking to prepare reference gas standards for industrial processes, environmental monitoring, or laboratory research, ETG’s advanced analyzers are the ideal solutions for your needs.