Portable Formaldehyde Monitor Integrates Data Logging

Enmet’s Formaldemeter htV-m handheld, direct-reading instrument provides a convenient way to monitor levels of airborne formaldehyde. The instrument can precisely measure formaldehyde concentrations in parts per million (ppm) and mg/m3 over a wide range of temperature and humidity conditions. It employs a reliable sensor technology that provides an immediate indication of formaldehyde levels. The built-in memory and real-time clock enables the instrument to log data for up to one month of continuous stand-alone monitoring. Additionally, a PC can automate the sampling and log data at specific times by a direct or wireless connection.

 

Other features include a user-friendly interface, an easy-to-read four-digit display, useable as a portable handheld, or continuous detection monitor, real-time results, and a custom designed calibration standard that has been tested against approved analytic calibration systems. The unique calibration standard allows the user to easily check the instrument for accuracy and performance.

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The Formaldemeter htV-m is a very cost-effective approach to accurately monitoring indoor air quality and reporting exposure to airborne formaldehyde levels in a variety of potentially hazardous situations. This versatile formaldehyde monitor can be used as a rapid response tool providing an immediate warning of dangerous concentration levels, or for continuous monitoring for worker safety. For greater insight, download the Formaldemeter htV-m datasheet.

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