Automotive vehicles release volatile organic compounds (VOCs) from various components and as by-products of combustion. These VOCs can be dangerous to human health and harmful to the environment. Some, such as benzene, are classified as human carcinogens. Others are contributors to smog and other environmental hazards. Detecting these emissions and identifying their sources can help reduce public and environmental exposure. There is therefore a need for accessible technology that can provide rapid and comprehensive analysis and produce understandable and useful results.
The NovaTest P100 and P300 can rapidly sample and analyze ambient air in any location, making it a useful device for emissions testing. The device samples from the ambient air without any additional equipment or sample preparation required. The compact design allows them to conveniently test the air in smaller spaces inaccessible to a traditional benchtop devices. They are 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 easily be used in the production line, the parking lot, or in inspection shops to quickly evaluate the emissions of a vehicle.
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.