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The Cloud Point test cell is first flushed through with a fresh sample. A small amount of sample is then isolated in the cell and allowed to settle for a predetermined period to allow any air bubbles or solids to separate. The sample cell is then cooled at a controlled rate by a Peltier cooler with excess heat being removed by a coolant. An optical detector senses when the sample is starting to become cloudy as waxy components start to precipitate. The temperature at which this occurs is taken as the cloud point
Scentinal provides ambient odour emission monitoring based on high accuracy (ppb level) detection of odorous gases such as H2S, Ammonia, VOCs, and SO2. The flexible intelligent station allows live monitoring of plant emissions on Scentroid’s cloud servers. Odour emission is reported in OU/m3 based on correlation determined based on periodic measurements using field olfactometry.