(Rental Fleet Unit) Foxboro TVA-1000 Toxic Vapor Analyzer (FID & PID)
These units are being sold in "AS IS" condition. These units are from our rental fleet. They have been well maintained and are ready to use for your field projects.
The item may have some signs of cosmetic wear, but is fully operational and functions as intended.
ALL SALES ARE FINAL. No returns accepted on these meters. If you have any questions or concerns please feel free to speak with one of our reps by calling: 949-757-0353
Foxboro's TVA 1000 is the first truly portable vapor analyzer to incorporate both a flame ionization detector (FID) and a photoionization detector (PID). Able to monitor the full range of organic and inorganic vapors, it eliminates the need for two separate instruments. Saves time, trouble, and expense.
Use the TVA 1000 for fugitive emissions monitoring; hazardous waste site surveys; hazmat emergency-response testing; industrial hygiene applications, such as measuring ambient vapor levels or checking plant ventilation systems.
The detector's high sensitivity enables monitoring down to ppb levels and the maximum detectable concentration is 50,000ppm. Measurements are indicated on two digital displays: an LCD on the control panel simultaneously indicates readings from both detectors, while the field-sampling display on the probe shows one concentration at the time, switch selectable. The probe's display also features a relative concentration bar graph for the identification of site “hot spots”. An onboard datalogger-activated at the touch of a button stores data for later downloading to a PC for STEL, TWA, and min/max reports, among others. Makes generating compliance documentation a much easier task.
The TVA 1000 includes a host of features for convenient, safe operation. A front-panel keypad with a menu-driven display allows simple command and data entry, while auto-ranging assures optimal measurement sensitivity. User-set alarms and instrument self-diagnostics provide critical safeguards. Designed for use in rugged field conditions, the unit is housed in a weather-tight case meeting NEMA 3 specs. It is FM approved for operation in hazardous areas.