Monitoring Outdoor Air Quality
Monitoring volatile organic chemicals (VOCs) is rapidly becoming an essential part of today's environmental monitoring programs due to increased public awareness, government regulations and enforcement. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and state departments of environmental quality have instituted regulations to minimize emissions of toxic gases that can be emitted by industry, automobiles, and during remediation of hazardous waste sites. Several methods are being used to monitor emissions sources and track the migration of any releases that may be a health hazard for neighboring communities or the environment. These methods include survey instruments used to monitor fugitive emissions in refineries and petrochemical plants (EPA Method 21), stack emissions for total hydrocarbons (EPA Method 25A), fenceline monitoring for methane/non-methane hydrocarbons as well as BTEX, and other VOCs in ambient air monitoring networks.
Baseline - Mocon products work together to provide a total system solution for virtually any application. The Engineering Services group specializes in the manufacture of scalable, customized monitoring solutions, built to your specification. The considerable talents of this group combined with the modular design of the product line make Baseline - Mocon a leader in the development and deployment of custom solutions for in situ or portable applications. The Baseline - Mocon Engineering Services group includes engineering, applications and software specialists with extensive experience with gas monitoring systems.
Technical Support Services -- The Best Support in the Industry
Baseline - MOCON, Inc. provides contractual after market service on it's more sophisticated products, and non-contractual service on all of it's products. All personnel within the Service Department are capable of on-site service both domestically and internationally. On-site service consists of traveling to the customer's site with the parts, knowledge and expertise required to minimize or eliminate any down time. All members of the Service Team at Baseline-MOCON are thoroughly trained in service, repair, theory of operation, and functionality of all of our products. Baseline - MOCON specialists also provide telephone support for questions that arise relative to the operation or troubleshooting of an instrument or clarification of training issues. If a client has an event and would like an interpretation of a chromatogram, a Baseline - MOCON Service Specialist can provide an expert opinion.