Standard sampling device

Our standard sampling device is available in two different sizes: The classic version is designed for 10-litre gas sampling bags; the XL version even for 60-litre bags.

Both standard odour sampling devices consists of a vacuum container that is evacuated by a vacuum pump.

The sampling point and the standard sampler are connected by a probe. When the sampling device is evacuated, the gas sampling bag inside sucks in sample air via the probe.

The sampling device is constructed to make sure that none of its components come into contact with the sample air during this process. This device can be used for sample pressures of 150 mbar at the peak of the probe (in the air flow cross-section). It takes 30 to 60 seconds to fill a 10-litre gas sampling , depending on the pressure conditions. Users can easily check the filling and probe conditions, as the cylinder is made of transparent PVC.

The standard odour sampling device is robust, light and easy to use. Battery-operated, the sampling pump can be used without a mains power supply.

Standard sampling device

Facts

  • Quick, short sampling
  • Easily portable
  • Easy to use
  • High-quality, rechargeable batteries

Technical Data

General Details - Classic version
Manufacturer
Olfasense GmbH, Germany
Dimension (L x W)
730 x 160 mm
Weight
4.5 kg
Warranty
24 months (warranty extension up to 5 years through servicecontracts possible)
Sample volume (bag size)
10 l
Filling time
30 – 60 s
Maximum vacuum output
500 mbar
Recommended range of application
+/- 150 mbar
Lead-gel batteries
2x6V
General Details - XL version
Manufacturer
Olfasense GmbH, Germany
Dimension (L x W)
1020 x 350 mm
Weight
15 kg
Warranty
24 months (warranty extension up to 5 years through servicecontracts possible)
Sample volume (bag size)
60 l
Filling time
180 - 360 s
Maximum vacuum output
500 mbar
Recommended range of application
+/- 150 mbar
Lead-gel batteries
2x6V

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