AirSense
  Ion-Molecule Reaction - Mass Spectrometer

General

The AirSense is a mass spectrometer based on the patented Ion-Molecule Reaction (IMR-MS) and can be used for a broad field of applications.

This analyzer is the multi-purpose level model focusing applications for non limited gas components, highest flexibility and robustness all in one.

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Functional Diagram

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Typical Applications

As our multi-purpose analyzer the V&F AirSense is state-of-the-art for most of the applications in the following fields:

  • Automotive Applications
  • Food, Beverages & Tobacco Applications
  • Environmental Applications
  • Medical Applications


Success Stories

 

Automotive Industry

Environmental Industry - Immission

    Environmental Industry - Emission

    Environmental Industry - Indoor Room Air Quality

    Industrial Gases Industry

    Food, Beverages and Tobacco Industry

    Healthcare Industry

    Cement Industry

    Steel Industry

    Alternative Energies Industry

    Polymers, Tire & Rubber Industry



    Measureable Compounds (excerpt)

    Inorganic Compounds

    Substance name Molecular formula
    Water H2O
    Oxygen O2
    Carbon dioxide CO2
    Carbon monoxide CO
    Hydrogen sulfide H2S
    Sulfur dioxide SO2
    Sulfur S
    Ammonia NH3
    Nitrogen monoxide NO
    Nitrogen dioxide NO2
    Dinitrogen monoxide N2O
    Hydrogen chloride HCl

    Aromatics

    Substance name Molecular formula
    Benzene C6H6
    Toluene C7H8
    Styrene C8H8
    Xylene / Ethylbenzene C8H10
    Phenol C6H6O
    PAH’s

    Alkanes

    Substance name Molecular formula
    Methane CH4
    Ethane C2H6
    Propane C3H8
    Butane C4H10
    Pentane C5H12
    Hexane C6H14
    Heptane C7H16
    Octane C8H18
    Nonane C9H20
    Decane C10H22

    Alkenes

    Substance name Molecular formula
    Ethene C2H4
    Propene C3H6
    Butene C4H8
    Pentene C5H10
    Hexene C6H12
    Heptene C7H14
    Octene C8H16
    Nonene C9H18
    Decene C10H20
    1,3 Butadiene C4H6

    Alkynes

    Substance name Molecular formula
    Acetylene C2H2
    Propyne C3H4

    Sulfur Compounds

    Substance name Molecular formula
    Hydrogen sulfide H2S
    Carbonyl sulfide COS
    Sulfur dioxide SO2
    Carbon disulfide CS2
    Methyl mercaptane CH3SH
    Ethyl mercaptane C2H5SH

    Nitrogen Compounds

    Substance name Molecular formula
    Ammonia NH3
    Nitrogen monoxide NO
    Nitrogen dioxide NO2
    Dinitrogen monoxide N20

    Alcohols

    Substance name Molecular formula
    Methanol CH3OH
    Ethanol C2H5OH
    Propanol C3H7OH
    Butanol C4H9OH

    Aldehydes

    Substance name Molecular formula
    Formaldehyde HCHO
    Acetaldehyde CH3CHO
    Propionaldehyde C2H5CHO
    Hexanal C6H12O
    Benzaldehyde C7H6O

    Ketones

    Substance name Molecular formula
    Acetone C3H6O
    Methylethylketone (Butanone) C4H8O

    Carboxylic Acids

    Substance name Molecular formula
    Formic acid HCO2H
    Acetic acid C2H4O2
    Valeric acid C5H10O2

    Amines

    Substance name Molecular formula
    Methylamine CH3NH2
    Trimethylamine C3H9N
    Aniline C6H5NH2

    Mercaptanes and Organic sulfides

    Substance name Molecular formula
    Methyl mercaptane CH3SH
    Dimethylsulfide C2H6S
    Dimethyldisulfide C2H6S2

    Siloxanes

    Substance name Molecular formula
    Hexamethyldisiloxane C6H18OSi2
    Hexamethylcyclotrisiloxane D3
    Octamethylcyclotetrasiloxane D4
    Decamethylcyclopentasiloxane D5
    Dodecamethylcyclohexasiloxane D6

    Halogenated Hydrocarbons

    Substance name Molecular formula
    Vinylchloride C2H3Cl
    Chloroform CHCl3
    Chlorobenzene C6H5Cl
    Sevoflurane C4H3F7O

    Further Compound Groups

    • Ethers
    • Esters
    • Phosphororganics
    • Terpenes
    • Lactones


    Specifications

    Technical Data IMR-MS & EI-MS Technical Data IMR-MS & EI-MS
    Mass range 7 – 519 amu or 2 - 100 amu Ambient temperature 20 °C - 35 °C
    Resolution ‹ 1 amu Humidity max. 80 % (non condensing)
    Analysis time ›= 1 msec/amu or ›= 5 msec/amu Gas consumption** 30 – 3,000 ml/min
    Measuring range* 10^5 or 0 - 100 Vol% Gas inlet temperature 50 °C – 190 °C adjustable
    Response time* T90 ‹ 20 msec Gas inlet pressure** 0.1 – 1 bar
    Lower detection limit* 0.4 ppt or > 0.01 Vol% Power 230 V/50 Hz or 115 V/60 Hz 1000 W
    Concentration drift ‹ ± 5 % over 24 h Dimension (WxHxD) 534 x 806 x 639 mm
    Reproducibility ‹ ± 3 % Weight 100 kg
    Accuracy ‹ ± 2 %

    * depending on the components measured, system setup and the settings

    ** depending on the type of gas inlet System



    Reference Customers (excerpt)

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