If you think volatile organic compounds (VOCs) only exist in industrial chemistry plants, then you are wrong. VOCs come from various sources, such as indoor paints, cleaning products, refrigerants, gas and fuel, vehicle interior material decomposition, polluted groundwater, electronics manufacturing, medicine production, food and beverage production, manufacturing plants, and so forth. Air monitoring can be used to identify pollution sources to prevent damage to human or environmental health. Landfill and biogas monitoring is important for protecting infrastructure and the general public. VOCs from landfills and biogases can cause negative health effects and corrosion, as well as a severe odor nuisance.
The NovaTest P100 and P300 can rapidly test ambient air in any location, making them useful devices for detecting harmful VOCs. They are is capable of detecting a wide range of compounds with high sensitivity in a single test, and the system automatically generates an instant report with calculated results. These features can be used to efficiently identify pollution sources so that they can be fixed as quickly as possible.
The DV3000 provides driving testing and mapping according to the wind direction with real-time results . Users can monitor on the road and recognizing the emission source immediately.