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LpDNPH Ozone Scrubber

Rezorian Cartridge, Potassium Iodide (KI) 1.5 g

  •  NACRES NB.24

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Related Categories Active Sampling, Air Monitoring, Analytical/Chromatography, LpDNPH Cartridges, Ozone Scrubbers,
Agency/Method   ASTM® D5197
  EPA 100,IP-6A,TO-11A,TO-11A
  NIOSH 2016
composition   Potassium Iodide (KI), 1.5 g
packaging   pkg of 10 ea
application(s)   air monitoring: suitable
Featured Industry   Environmental
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Description

General description

Ozone scrubbers are recommended for sampling carbonyls in high humidity environments. These cartridges contain 1.5 g of high purity potassium iodide (KI) and are available in two cartridge styles. KI traps the ozone which causes a negative formaldehyde interference in DNPH coated devices. The reversible cartridge offers a slip luer end-fitting, and the rezorian cartridge offers a luer lock end-fitting, to enable you to connect your cartridge of choice directly to the inlet of any DNPH cartridge with a like end-fitting. Testing (200 ppb ozone, 50 % RH, 25°C) indicates the ozone scrubber to have an ozone capacity of 100,000 ppb/hr.

Application

LpDNPH Ozone Scrubber may be used as a sampling cartridge for the determination of volatile organic compounds in air samples using gas chromatography technique.

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