Video

Case Studies

"I am extremely satisfied with the service and calibration packages. Turnaround is always fast and efficient and communications throughout the process are fantastic. I would not hesitate to recommend Shawcity, as I have already on many occasions." 

Kirsten Holmes, Holmes Environmental Monitoring

Share this product Print page

Product Code: TVOC2

TVOC2 Fixed PID Detector (ATEX) fitted with a flow adaptor

TVOC is a fixed continuous PID detector for the detection and measurement of total volatile organic compounds (TVOCs). Its photoionisation detection (PID) sensor capabilities utilise advanced patented Fence Electrode technology with increased resistance to humidity and contamination. 

A robust fixed PID detector, TVOC has a selectable detection range of 0-10 ppm, 0-100 ppm or 0-1000 ppm and is ideal for use in manufacturing and process industries where VOCs are typically present.
 
With a 4-20 mA analogue output, TVOC can be simply integrated into a DCS control system to provide warnings and enable control of high VOC levels in the working environment.
 
The instrument’s ATEX approvals enable a 3 wire TVOC system to be used in Zone 2 hazardous areas without safety barriers, whilst its ATEX and IECEx approvals allow TVOC to be used in Zone 1 hazardous areas with safety barriers.
 
The TVOC fixed PID detector utilises a diffusive sample technique resulting in fewer contamination issues compared to pumped systems, reducing lamp cleaning and servicing requirements.
Simple to install service and calibrate, TVOC requires no hot work permit and the PID sensor is accessible and changeable in a matter of seconds.
 
The TVOC is also available for use with a pumped system for applications where sample conditioning is required. TVOC2 is supplied fitted with a flow adaptor.

 

Best available photoionisation (PID) detection
- PID independently verified as best performing on the market
- Range: 0-10, 0-100 or 0-1000 ppm from just one instrument
- In-built humidity resistance with no need to compensate
- Anti-contamination design for extended field operation
- Variable duty cycle prolongs run time
- Reliable diffusive monitoring – no pump required.

Safety
- Accurate results overall environmental conditions
- Rugged and robust design withstands harsh environments
- Large LCD display for clear readings
- ATEX and IECEx approved
 
Ease of use
- Simple to use – minimal training required
- Easy access PID sensor for fast, simple servicing
- Simple calibration procedure
- Easily integrated into a control system
 
Low-cost operation
- Inexpensive consumables and parts
- Two-year warranty when instrument registered online
- Low-cost on-site service and maintenance contracts available.

 


 

Downloads

Select a variation from the product list

Buy for: £2,562.00 (ex VAT)
Buy for: £3,074.40 (inc VAT)
 

Shawcity offer technical support on all products.
For more information call 01367 899553.

Register for a Shawcity account

  • Manage your quotations and track order progress
  • Store your contact and delivery information for easy check-out
  • Use the ‘Add to favourites’ feature to make reordering simple.

SIGN UP TO OUR NEWSLETTER

If you sign up to receive our newsletter, Shawcity will only use your name and email address for the purpose of sending you news and product updates via email. Your data will be kept indefinitely for this purpose but we will never sell or share your details with any other party. If you change your mind you can stop receiving our communications at any time, by clicking on 'Unsubscribe' within our emails or by contacting: marketing@shawcity.co.uk.

Thank you, you will receive a confirmation email shortly.

Captcha Image

By submitting this form, you are consenting to our privacy policy.

ATEX is the name commonly given to the two European Directives for controlling explosive atmospheres.

ATEX certification ensures that equipment is fit for use within explosive atmospheres and is supplied with adequate information to ensure it can be used safely.

For more information visit: hse.gov.uk/fireandexplosion/atex.htm