FTIR (Fourier Transform Infrared) Spectroscopy provides gas-phase analysis for multiple compounds instantly within room air, exhaust emissions, material offgassing and process operations. FTIR technology offers a huge advantage over other sample collection procedures by analyzing both gaseous organic and inorganic compounds simultaneously onsite with immediate results. This new gas phase spectroscopy technique is fast becoming the preferred method for monitoring stack emission sources such as chemical manufacturing, ethanol production, wood products, electronics and automobile industries.

On-site ambient and emissions monitoring

  • Speciation of organic and inorganic gases
  • Over 1000 identifiable compounds, over 400 quantified compounds
  • Real-Time Results Onsite (PPBv to % levels)
  • Speciated Destruction/Reduction Efficiency
  • Manufacturing process evaluation and optimization
  • Halogenated organics including PFCs, freons, and solvents
  • Greenhouse gases
  • Plant corrosion studies
  • Industrial hygiene applications
  • EPA Method 320, Source emission compliance and performance testing for HAPs-VOCs
  • EPA Method 318, Formaldehyde, Carbon Monoxide, Phenol, Methanol
  • EPA Method 321 Gaseous Hydrogen Chloride (HCL) and other corrosive gas mixtures
  • NIOSH Method 3800, ambient fence line or indoor air quality