Dilución/predilución

Dilución/predilución

Equipos para diluir o prediluir muestras de olores o gases.
e-noses

e-noses

Las narices electrónicas son unos dispositivos en los cuales una serie de sensores responden a diferentes componentes de una muestra de olor
Annoyance mapping

Annoyance mapping

Apps to map odour annoyance.
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Short Description: St. Croix Sensory provides equipment for your odor sampling needs, including vacuum chamber sampling device, EPA style flux chamber, Tedlar and Nalophan bags, and Teflon tubing.
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Short Description: PEN3 (E-Nose) is a small, fast and robust identification system for gases and gas mixtures provided by Airsense. The detection of the gases is performed with an array of gas sensors.
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Short Description: The eNose Company currently focuses on three product-lines containing eNose technology for the following fields: Exhaled-breath detection (Aeonose), detecting and identifying pathogenic bacteria (Aetholab) and exploring new applications (Aerekaprobe)
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Sitio web: SKC
Short Description: SKC Tedlar® Air Sample Bags are made from classic DuPont® film with good stability for VOCs, sulfur compounds, carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, methane, and sulfur hexafluoride.
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Short Description: Fabricación a partir del plástico reciclado de rejillas y soportes para sistemas de Biofiltros
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Short Description: Dimasa Grupo, grupo empresarial con sede en España y filial en México, es líder en el sector de la fabricación de equipos y depósitos de poliéster reforzado con fibras de vidrio (PRFV). Somos especialistas en el tratamiento de malos olores.
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Short Description: For over twenty years, Pacwill Environmental has been providing quality air and process gas measurement equipment including dedicated service and support.
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Sitio web: Restek
Short Description: Restek is a leading developer and manufacturer of chromatography products. They provide innovative tools to monitor the quality of air and other products.
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Sitio web: Adtech
Short Description: Established in 1982, Adtech is an independent fluoropolymer manufacturer pioneering innovations in the forming of fluoroplastic resins, including tubes, sampling bags, covers and other products.
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Sitio web: Apex Instruments
Short Description: For more than 25 years, Apex Instruments has manufactured equipment for sampliging emissions such as testing consoles, probes, pitots, umbilicals, glassware, filters and much more.
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Short Description: EnvironOdour Australia Pty Ltd is a leading service and product provider in odour science and technology. They are experts in measuring emissions and analysing their impact, identifying and solving odour problems.
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Sitio web: SASSCO
Short Description: SASSCO offers service with competitive prices and discounts to customers for any specific testing need. They are a supplier of Du Pont Tedlar® clear 2 mil. PVF air sample bags.
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Sitio web: Air Spectrum
Short Description: Air Spectrum manufactures odour control and dust suppression equipment, providing olfactometry services, sample testing, category odour scaling, sampling & analysis and odour dispersion modelling reports, liquid neutralisers and dispersal equipment.
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Sitio web: Deparia
Short Description: Deparia Engineering is en entreprise specialised in "key in hand" installations in order to face problems with gases containing VOCs and odurs.
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Short Description: Enduro Composites Inc develops, designs and manufactures equipment for the treatment of odorous compounds in air streams such as adsorbers, scrubbers and biological filters.
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