CEO Tony Miller at the European Commission's Joint Research Center, in Ispra, Italy.
We are expanding our market presence in Europe. Previously, in April 2022, DCMR Rijnmond Environmental Service used AROMA-VOC for air quality monitoring of benzene, toluene, ethylbenzene, and xylene(s) (BTEX) emissions at the Port of Rotterdam in the Netherlands. Now, AROMA-VOC is undergoing an independent instrument evaluation with AQUILA, the Air Quality Unit of the European Commission's Joint Research Center, in Ispra, Italy. Sponsored by DCMR, the study will evaluate instrument accuracy, stability, and robustness to common atmospheric interferents.
AROMA-VOC provides real-time part-per-trillion chemical detection in ambient air and other complex, real-world sampling environments. The analyzer is particularly well-suited to air quality measurements where mobility and long-term stand-alone operation provide significant advantages over traditional sampling methodologies. AROMA-VOC provides a much faster response than low-resolution GC instruments while providing the sensitivity and selectivity of laboratory multi-column GC-MS systems. The AROMA family of instruments all share a simple interface that can be accessed from anywhere and that provides long-term autonomous intervention. The intrinsic stability of the cavity ring-down spectroscopy (CRDS) analyzer core minimizes maintenance and calibration requirements greatly reducing instrument operation overhead. Contact us today to learn more about how AROMA-VOC can enhance your ambient air monitoring capabilities.