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L4 – Equipment


• Sound Meter Level
CATALOG NAME: Brüel&Kjær Sound Meter Level 2250 light
YEAR: 2012
PRODUCER: Brüel&Kjær Sound & Vibration Measurement A/S, Denmark
DESCRIPTION: Type 2250 Light is a modular Class 1 sound level meter measuring all standard acoustic parameters simultaneously, with frequency analysis and logging available in the optional application modules. It is a simplified version of Type 2250 with the same intuitive user-interface and measurement precision, but with fewer application modules. Is designed to address workplace noise compliance, environmental noise assessment and product development. It connects to a PC via USB for data post-processing or remote control.

• Portable Zeeman Mercury Analyzer
CATALOG NAME: RA-915 M Portable Zeeman Mercury Analyzer
YEAR: 2012
PRODUCER: Lumex, Russia
DESCRIPTION: It is a portable multi-functional atomic absorption spectrometer with Zeeman Background Correction, which eliminates the effect of potential interference. Not, requiring gold amalgam pre-concentration and subsequent regeneration, enabling the user to conduct real time, second-by-second monitoring of vapor phase mercury.

• ICP-MS System
YEAR: 2012
PRODUCER: Agilent Technologies
DESCRIPTION: The Agilent 7700x ICP-MS is configured for routine analysis of high-matrix samples. Has the most robust plasma (lowest CeO/Ce ratio) including a 3rd generation Octopole Reaction System (ORS3) cell for effective removal of interferences in complex and variable samples. Provide a high-temperature plasma, matrix tolerant interface and 9 orders dynamic range.

• Laser Ablation System
CATALOG NAME: LSX-266Nd:YAG Laser Ablation System
YEAR: 2012
PRODUCER: Cetac Technologies, USA
DESCRIPTION: The laser ablation platform incorporates an open architecture sample area that enables flexibility for a wide range of specialized and custom sample cells. The design also offers a simple and fast method of removing and changing samples, utilizing a drop-down and pull out mechanism to access the sample chamber. It is coupled with ICP-MS instrument. Provides a integrated laser system control software with ICP-MS host computer; onscreen display of safety interlocks and laser status; an external trigger to synchronize ablation with host instrument; function of sample mapping that allows full view of the sample area and rapid navigation; 9 laser ablation methods: single or multiple point, straight and segmented lines, area scan or raster and depth profiling, multi-line area scan and high resolution raster.

• Microwave Sample Preparation
CATALOG NAME: MARS 6 Acid Digestion System
YEAR: 2012
PRODUCER: CEM Corporation, USA
DESCRIPTION: Sequential magnetrons of 1800W delivered energy, providing the power needed for difficult samples and high-throughput vessel sets; The microwave energy are uniformly throughout the cavitydue to the precisely tuned wave guides, no need for motor driven diffusers or attenuators; Large, high-resolution, full colour touch screen with speakers glass capacitive, acid-resistant, LED screen serves as controller and display; 8-GB Onboard Controller;
Method library with USEPA and other internationally recognized methods.

• Carbon Analyzer Multi N/C 2100S
YEAR: 2011

• Graphics station + 2 x monitors (4)
CATALOG NAME: Station:HP Z800; Monitor: HP ZR30w
YEAR: 2011
PRODUCER: Hewlett-Packard

• Laptop Sony Vaio (2)
YEAR: 2012


•  Creation of cartographic products (maps, drawing boards)SERVICE TYPE: SERVICE DESCRIPTION: The development of digital thematic layers prior to the making of complex maps -the creation of complex maps regarding the natural preference for habitation -the creation of complex maps regarding the natural preference for the optimal development of economic activities; Studies regarding the risks and hazards associated with different natural and anthropic processes; Geo-demographic, economic and social-economic studies;

•  Evaluation and forecasting of the impact on the geosystem
SERVICE DESCRIPTION: Studies and modelling mercury from environment in different matrix; – Heavy metals content in rocks, soil, water, plants, archaeological samples; mapping and analyzing the spatial distribution of different pollutants; – Resilience studies – Impact studies on the environment as a consequence of economic activities;

•  Chemical analysis of the organic and inorganic pollutants from natural matrixes
SERVICE TYPE: SERVICE DESCRIPTION: Development of new methods for identification, separation and quantification for various environmental pollutants. – Quantifying the content of heavy metals present in the sediment powders, waters and soils. – Identification of organic volatile compounds (alkanes, alkynes, aromatic hydrocarbons – BTX, alcohols, aldehydes, organic acids) from ambient air. – Monitoring of NOx (NO, NO2) SO2, O3, CO, CO2 from ambient air. – Identification of the chemical composition of sediment powders (organic and inorganic fraction) – Identification of persistent organic pollutants (POP-s) from waters and sediments – Determination the quality of the precipitations – the content of organic and inorganic matter from the precipitations – establishing the influence of the organic fraction on the pH of the precipitations.