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Highly advanced formaldehyde monitoring technology to be showcased at analytica 2024

Jan 26 2024

Aero-Laser will be presenting their cutting-edge, AL4021 formaldehyde analyser at the upcoming analytica Exhibition, taking place in Munich this coming April. The AL4021 provides end users with a highly efficient, continuous, and automated analyser capable of measuring formaldehyde levels down to ppbV for gaseous samples and µg/L for liquid samples. This analyser operates based on a fluorimetric detection method, which enables it to achieve outstanding selectivity while avoiding interferences with other chemical substances within the sample gas or liquid.

The AL4021 is easy to operate and there is minimal time spent on tiresome, maintenance procedures. This highly sophisticated device is simple to operate via a clear 7" touch screen positioned on the front panel. The AL4021 does all the work, from complete integrated chemical processing, including gas stripping, semi-automated calibration and data storage. This device efficiently carries out the whole procedure and the operator has more time for other tasks, assured that Aero-Laser’s AL4021 will provide extraordinary levels of precision and great results.

Aero-Laser originally developed the AL4021 for environmental and climate research, it is highly acclaimed in both demanding sectors, and since its launch, it has become widely used for formaldehyde emission monitoring of wood, plastic, or fibre-based products. The AL4021 has proven to be an invaluable tool for manufacturers needing to conform to the ever-more stringent formaldehyde emission legislation across the globe. Visitors to their stand (A1. 533) will have the opportunity to discuss their specific needs with the experts from Aero-Laser, and to see the AL4021 live in action.

Aero-Laser will also present the brand new AL8023 H2 monitor.

Hydrogen plays a key role in the energy supply of a greener future. Therefore a high quality of hydrogen is needed. Impurities can cause serious problems, like damaging the membrane of fuel cells.

The AL8023 allows the online monitoring of organic residues in hydrogen in ppm range. A low need for maintenance, automatic operation, ruggedness and reliability are key features of this unique instrument.

Aero-Laser also offers solutions for monitoring of CO, H2O2 and NOx

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