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The Baseline® 9000 Hydrocarbon Analyzer is a microprocessor-based instrument designed for continuous ambient or process hydrocarbon gas measurement in environmental or industrial settings. The analyzer can be purchased in a variety of configurations with user-programmable ranges, all versions are factory-configured per the customer’s application to facilitate installation and setup. Read more...

The Baseline® Gas Chromatographs have been used in numerous industries and applications. We will work closely with you on your application requirements to best meet your expected analysis time, data acquisition, detection limits, and to avoid potential interferences. We will select the best detector for your application. Read more... 

Our patented, award-winning Baseline® piD-TECH® eVx™ plug-in sensor provides complete photoionization detection capabilities and is designed to be mechanically similar with other major brands of electrochemical sensors using the 4P cell platform. Outstanding features make the piD-TECH line of sensors the right choice for OEM manufacturers looking to include VOC detection capabilities in their handheld, mobile, or fixed devices. Read more... 

The Baseline® BevAlert® Analytical System is ideal for a wide variety of beverage CO2 applications (water, carbonated drinks, beer, and wine). Utilizing gas chromatographs, along with a total hydrocarbon analyzer, it makes monitoring important details simple. Systems come in manual or automatic configurations. Read more... 

The VOC-TRAQ® II is compact, economical, and provides the ability to remotely monitor and record the presence of total volatile organic compounds using a PC with Windows-based OS software. It has no moving parts and operates using the simplicity of diffusion, yet still offers a fast response time. The VOC-TRAQ II may also be configured with a flow through housing using the Flow Cell allowing for mid-process application. The acute sensitivity of this device is provided by the piD-TECH® eVx® photoionization sensor. Read more... 

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