Photovac Releases New 2020ComboPRO Low-Cost Photoionization Detector for VOC Detection

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VOC detection just got cheaper, faster and easier with the 2020ComboPRO Photoionization Detector. New advancements in gas detection technology make the 2020ComboPRO quick and easy to operate. With the simple push of a button, results are displayed in seconds on the largest digital screen available in a portable PID detector.

Photovac, Inc., the world's leading provider of portable VOC detection equipment announces the new 2020ComboPRO photoionization detector (PID) for volatile organic compound (VOC) detection. The 2020ComboPRO features an easy to read display that provides simultaneous VOC measurements of real-time, Peak, TWA and STEL readings. With the addition of the optional benzene pre-filter, accurate and reliable benzene measurements can be performed to identify this critical compound.

The 2020ComboPRO has a wide measurement range of 0.1ppm to 10,000ppm, and audible and visual alarms alert the operator when pre-defined limits are exceeded. The ProComm software allows data download of over 10,000 reading stored in the instrument, making record keeping and documentation a breeze. With its rugged design, the 2020ComboPRo is an ideal device for time-critical environmental, emergency response, HazMat and industrial hygiene gas monitoring applications; and, it is rated intrinsically safe for explosive environments. See the 2020ComboPRO specifications at http://www.photovac.com/2020ComboPRO.aspx and download the brochure now.

About Photovac, Inc.
Photovac is the premier provider of portable, hand-held instruments for superior detection, measurement, analysis, and monitoring of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) in air and soil/water headspace samples. Every Photovac instrument is designed to perform flawlessly on-site under the toughest field conditions. With over 25 years of experience in the technology of photoionization detectors, gas chromatographs, and flame ionization detectors, Photovac has provided hundreds of applications to meet VOC analysis requirements.
For more information and to view the complete line of instruments, please visit the website at http://www.photovac.com.

Media Contact:
Lon Loken
Photovac, Inc.
781-693-3204
http://www.photovac.com
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