A development of existing models in our rental fleet, the J405 Mercury analyzer from Jerome uses proven technology to provide greater accuracy and usability for toxic gas and vapor detection. Lighter improved ergonomics, a larger display as well as improved data storage, retrieval and communications, are just a few of the J405's new features. The perfect hire instrument for a wide range of mercury-related applications, typical users might include: Environmental consultants, Health & Safety managers, Emergency Response Teams, Hazardous Cleanup operatives and Waste Recycling monitors to mention but a few.
For accurate measurement of airborne toxic mercury vapor, hire the Jerome Model 431 mercury vapor analyzer. It is the most sensitive analyzer of its kind available to rent. Typical applications include mercury surveys and spill response, industrial hygiene monitoring, hazardous waste site monitoring and mercury exclusion tests. In survey mode, the instrument takes a sample every three seconds, to locate mercury spills or other hot spots.
The Jerome H2S analyzer from Pine is the ideal Hydrogen Sulphide rental solution. The extremely broad measurement range of this portable toxic vapor detector, from 0.001 ppm (1 ppb) to 50 ppm, makes it appropriate for odor nuisance monitoring, scrubber efficiency testing, leak detection, regulatory compliance, corrosion control and as an accuracy check for other hydrogen sulfide monitors and control systems. As with the mercury vapor analyzer, the 631 hydrogen sulfide analyzer offers a survey mode to pinpoint an H2S source. Just a call away, the Jerome H2S Analyzer could be the ideal solution to your H2s monitoring.
The Jerome® J505 Mercury Vapor Analyzer is a portable fluorescence spectroscopy analyzer, which allows the detection cell to be simpler, smaller, lighter weight and more durable than competing spectroscopy instruments. The highly efficient optical cell requires less flow to purge the system, allowing the J505 to run at a lower flow rate minimizing sample dilution as found in competing spectroscopy instruments.