Get a guided tour of the AutoGC system currently monitoring 56 non-methane hydrocarbons (NMHCs) 24 hours a day seven days a week at over 50 sites across the US. All that raw data is ideal for modeling, but difficult to handle when precision and accuracy are paramount. With that in mind, Orsat has developed the Merlin AutoGC Xplorer (MAX) to mee tthe needs of state agencies managing EPA NCore air monitoring sites.
Over 20 years of experience give Orsat special expertise in not only deployment but maintenance and operation, as well. Orsat has been involved with continuous unattended ambient air VOC monitoring since its earliest implementation in the State of Texas Coastal Oxidant Assessment for Southeast Texas (COAST) program in 1994. Today, Orsat’s services encompass all aspects of site operation from deployment to operator training and application assistance in topics ranging from Microsoft Windows operation to gas chromatographic theory.
Over the past three decades, Orsat has deployed over 40 sites and currently maintains over 35 sites in the State of Texas for both public and private industry. In particular, Orsat has worked closely with the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) to monitor air quality in the Barnett and Eagle Ford Shale Formations.
About the National Ambient Air Monitoring Conference (NAAMC) The 2020 National Ambient Air Monitoring Conference, sponsored by EPA in conjunction with the Association of Air Pollution Control Agencies (AAPCA) and the National Association of Clean Air Agencies (NACAA) is a must for federal, state, local and tribal air pollution organizations involved with operating, planning, or managing air monitoring networks and reporting data to AQS, and/or AIRNOW. Essential training on air monitoring topics will help prepare you for future challenges of air monitoring.