Analyze volatile organic compounds (VOCs) in real time. Voice 200® instruments apply Selected Ion Flow Tube Mass Spectrometry (SIFT-MS), which allows analysis of multiple chemically diverse VOCs is a single scan. Analysis identifies compounds present and their concentrations.
Voice 200 instruments include a touch-screen interface and networking capability, making them very easy to operate and support. They are ideally suited to rapid analysis of gaseous samples (for example, whole-air, headspace above solids and liquids, and breath).
- Real-time analysis without sample preparation or solvents maximizes throughput and minimizes operational costs.
- High-sensitivity part per trillion by volume (pptv) analysis profiles the most elusive compounds.
- Each analysis simultaneously profiles multiple chemically diverse compounds
- Analyze polar compounds not traditionally suited to analysis with chromatographic techniques.
- Intuitive software and familiar graphical user interface minimize training costs and allow easy instrument and analysis set up, even for non-technical staff.
- Compatibility with standard computer network protocols allows remote operation and support, maximizing operational flexibility and minimizing downtime.
- Automated calibration and validation procedures ensure reliable analysis.
- Options for vehicle mounting mean you can take the analysis to the sample.
- Support from our global network of distributors and service agents minimizes downtime.
- Monitoring of air quality in and around industrial facilities.
- Monitoring of production processes for quality control.
- Testing of vehicle emissions.
- Monitoring of landfill gas for contaminants.
Typical compounds measured
Primary compounds analyzed are volatile organic compound (VOCs), including:
- Aldehydes, ketones, alcohols
- Alkanes, alkenes and aromatic hydrocarbons
- Ammonia and amines
- Siloxanes and silanes
- Sulfur compounds, including H2S, thiols and sulfides.
The application of multiple reagent ions allows separation of many isobarics, such as aldehydes and ketones.