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    The entire range of PCA products is equipped with the latest generation of Intelligent Sensors for Environmental Monitoring, Military / Civil Security and Quality Control.

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PEN3

 PEN3 is the essential electronic nose for food and pharmaceutical industries (quality control purposes) as well as for environmental monitoring (recognition of emitting sources). PEN3 is a small, fast and robust identification system for gases and gas mixtures. Detection is performed by means of an array of gas sensors. Single compounds or mixtures of gases can be identified after a training step...

OlfoSense

  OlfoSense® "Intelligent Multi Sensor Array", developed in close cooperation with Airsense Analytics GmbH (www.airsense.com), represents a new generation of the electronic nose completely oriented to environmental monitoring. OlfoSense is aimed to establishing networks of multiple devices for the supervision of large areas where emissions are produced.

GDA

There are many situations where the release of hazardous chemicals in the air may occur; in these cases, population and rescue men are exposed to serious threats.  GDA is a tool designed to deal with such emergencies: it provides fast detection of toxic volatile compounds and Chemical Warfare Agents (CWA), thus delivering information on the real risk. GDA First Response, for fire workers...

EDU

EDU desorber is used to increase the sensitivity and discriminating power of analytical systems. It drastically reduces the measurement time due to the enrichment on Tenax (or other absorbent material) of the volatile compounds emitted by the sample. EDU3 is used as a support for PEN3 e-nose. It is highly recommended for readings on low emission products or with high concentrations...

SMIT Software

SMIT is a web platform which gathers data from Olfosense units deployed on emission sources and from the meteo station. Based on the hybrid Gaussian model ISC AERMOD (U.S. EPA), SMIT generates the dispersion plume of odour and other compounds emitted by critical sources.