A new isocyanate detector from DOD Technologies Inc is the first new tape analyser for TDI and MDI (toluene diisocyanate and methylene diphenyl diisocyanate) available in 20 years, the company claims.
The ChemLogic 1 (CL1) fixed analyser detects MDI and TDI down to 1 part per billion.
The CL1 provides easy operation, data logs and "dramatically reduces maintenance," the company claims. It achieves this by using a two-month cassette, eliminating flow and optics adjustments and eliminating the need for annual calibrations, according to DOD Technologies.
The detector offers many improvements and advances over current technology, said a statement from Frank Gambino of DOD Technologies.
Features include a two-month tape, advanced optics, automated flow and optics adjustment, and "Quick Connect" for easy installation.
The detector has built-in TDI and MDI calibrations, with no annual calibration needed.
DOD Technologies says that a new CL1 sells for $7500 and provides 20-percent cost savings on tapes, with the tapes lasting two months instead of one.