NOVELTY – The device uses silicone or other polymeric material to detect hydrocarbons in water, gas or solids. The spectroscopy of infrared rays is used to determine the composites and main characteristics of the contaminates. A cylinder of variable dimensions can be adapted as a transreflectance sounding lead or as a transmittance cell for qualitative and quantitative determination of hydrocarbons. A spectrophotometer measures the infrared ray. USE – For detecting hydrocarbons in water, gas and solids. ADVANTAGE – Enables prevention of contamination of water and gas.
A89 (Photographic, laboratory equipment, optical – including electrophotographic, thermographic uses.); S03 (Scientific Instrumentation)