GENEQ inc.10700 Secant St
CA, H1J 1S5
GENEQ is a Canadian Distributor of Environmental Instruments for the Environmental field.
Everything for water sampling and monitoring, air quality monitoring and soil sampling.
Our products ranges from Weather Stations to GPS systems and from Analytical Balances to Surface Temperature Monitor.
We invite you to consult our detailed website that show our complete product line at www.geneq.com.
The new Davis Vantage Vue weather station combines Davis’ legendary accuracy and rugged durability into a compact station that’s easy to set up and use. Vantage Vue includes a sleek but tough outdoor sensor array and a distinctive LCD console. Its unique Weather Center function provides additional information on each weather variable. In addition, Davis has made Vantage Vue radio-compatible with our flagship Vantage Pro2 stations so you can mix-and-match most components.
Increased Stability and Reliability
The Levelogger Edge has improved stability and reliability with the introduction of the new Hastelloy® pressure sensor and Titanium based PVD coating. Both elements add increased corrosion resistance in harsh environments, as well as making readings more stable in extreme pressure and temperature conditions.
The Levelogger Edge features a wider temperature compensated pressure range (0 to 50ºC, -10 to 50ºC for Barologger Edge), and improved thermal response time. The Hastelloy sensor can withstand 2 times over-pressure without permanent damage.
The new Levelogger PC Software is more streamlined, making it easier to program dataloggers, and view and compensate data. The software has more useful programming options, including compressed and repeat sampling, and a future stop option.
Data compensation has been simplified, and allows multiple data files to be barometrically compensated at once. Communication speed between the Levelogger Edge and the PC has increased with the new Optical Reader, making downloading data faster.
The lightweight, battery-powered FH950 Velocity Flow Meter was designed to provide accurate velocity measurements while simplifying the entire measurement process in rugged field environments. Multiple user-friendly features designed into the FH950 allow you to quickly and easily determine stream velocities for required discharge measurements, or use the FH950 to quickly calibrate area velocity flow meters, or verify primary devices such as weirs and flumes.
User-Friendly Interface Minimizes Field Time and Reduces Manhours by 50%
The FH950's rugged, lightweight and user-friendly design allows for easy set-up, operation and data management. An easy-to-use, menu-driven user interface includes a graphics display that is readable even in bright sunlight. The ability to store and download velocity and entered depth information within the meter, minimizes field time up to 50%. Discharge calculations are automatically calculated by the meter.
Conveniently download collected data to a PC via the USB connection, eliminating the need for labor intensive manual data transfer.
Maintenance-Free Electromagnetic Sensor
The FH950's electromagnetic sensor has no moving parts and never requires maintenance, making it the lowest maintenance solution on the market. Turbulent, noisy and low velocities are easily metered.
When the sensor is placed in flowing water, its magnetic field creates a voltage that is sensed by electrodes embedded in the sensor. The voltage amplitude, proportional to the water velocity flowing around the sensor, is electronically processed by the smart sensor's microprocessor and is digitally transmitted through the cable to the portable meter display.
See the Difference the FH950 Makes!
• Reduce manhours 50%—the step-by-step user interface simplifies programming, delivers real time data, and downloads direct to PC—allowing a single person to take the readings and eliminating post site visit manual data transfer from log book to PC • Automatically calculates total discharge based on USGS and ISO methods—reduces time to manually calculate and likelihood of errors
• Real-time velocity graphed on color display— visualize velocity trends quickly
• Lowest maintenance solution on the market— electromagnetic velocity sensor with no moving parts never requires mechanical maintenance
• Lightweight, rugged portable meter—only 1.5 pounds
• Water resistant electronics
• Rechargeable portable meter
• Data Storage for up to 10 profiles (metering sites) with 32 stations (vertical profiles) per profile (site)
• Easy-to-use, menu-driven interface display remains readable even in bright sunlight
• Ideal for use in waters with organic matter; the magnetic inductive measurement principle is not negatively affected
by these conditions like acoustics or mechanical meters.
Rugged, waterproof and easy to use, the HI 9829 is the ideal meter for field measurements of lakes, rivers and seas. The HI 9829 displays 1 to 12 parameters simultaneously from up to 15 user selectable parameters.
Combined with one of the HI 76x9829 series probes, the HI 9829 can measure water quality parameters such as pH, ORP, conductivity, turbidity, temperature, ions ions ammonium, nitrate, chloride (NH4+, NO3-—N or Cl- ), dissolved oxygen concentration, resistivity, TDS, salinity, and seawater specific gravity. Atmospheric pressure is measured for DO compensation.
The HI 9829 with the GPS option incorporates a built-in GPS receiver and antenna that guarantees position accuracy. Measurements from specific locations are tracked with detailed coordinate information that can be viewed immediately on the display.
The HI 9829 features a graphic, backlit LCD that scales digits to fit up to 12 parameters and allows full configuration of each parameter measured along with an on-screen graphing capability.
The meter incorporates comprehensive GLP features and the transferring of data via USB connection. The HI 9829’s HELP key displays context sensitive help. The alpha-numeric keypad offers a user friendly way to complete the input fields.
The Perfect Monitoring Tool
Water scientists and managers alike utilize data-collection programs as part of environmental monitoring. These programs are designed to reveal changes in water and the environment around it over time. Reliable, dependable measurements are required to monitor these changes and understand the contributions from seasonal fluctuations, weathering, as well as manmade pollution.
The HI 7629829 or HI 7639829 intelligent autonomously logging probes can be left at the application site to autonomously log results without the aid of the HI 9829 or a PC. When it is time to retrieve the results the measurement data can be easily transferred to the HI 9829 or a PC using HI 929829 software.
PETROFLAG™: QUANTIFIES TOTAL EXTRACTABLE HYDROCARBONS IN SOIL
Dexsil's PetroFLAG is a revolutionary new field portable test method for determining hydrocarbon concentration in all types of soil. The test is ideal for site assessments, tank removal procedures, oil spill clean-up and for monitoring the progress of remediation activities. In minutes, users can obtain quantitative data on a sample contaminated with any type of petroleum hydrocarbon.
ECONOMICALLY LOCATE & DEFINE HYDROCARBON CONTAMINATED SOIL
Using PetroFLAG, environmental professionals can determine hydrocarbon contamination levels at a fraction of the cost of laboratory analysis. An additional cost benefit comes from the field portability of the kit, tests can be run on-site and provide real-time results to facilitate clean-up activities and assist on-site project management.
PetroFLAG also provides high throughput capabilities; up to ten tests can be performed concurrently so one user can easily complete 25 samples in an hour. Everything required to run the test, including the chemical reagents, fits in the convenient carrying case. The test procedure uses no chlorofluorocarbons and all spent reagents can be easily disposed of.
PETROFLAG SUPPORTS A WIDE VARIETY OF SAMPLING STRATEGIES
PetroFlag is easily used at contamination sites where a variety of sampling strategies are to be employed. Itis useful at sites requiring lateral and vertical definition of soil contamination plumes throughout the vadose zone, including sites that are being drilled or axcavated for sampling.
PetroFlag is well suited for large sites shere a grid sampling plan is the strategy of choice. In many cases a grid sampling plan would be ruled out due to the high cost of laboratory analysis. PetroFlag allows the grid strategy to be used while providing the user with meaningful data for on-site decision making prior to submitting samples for expensive laboratory analysis. The use of PetroFlag for grid sampling will help to economically locate and define the extent of contanimation, locate and define hot spots and help delineate the zero line. This can prevent unnecessary drilling and sampling and will eliminate re-mobilization costs associated with waiting for tracking and evaluating the success of soil remediation projects such as bioremediation.
PETROFLAG TEST METHODOLOGY
PetroFLAG relies on a unique system of extraction solvents, analytical reagents and a hand-held, battery-powered analyzer to read contamination levels directly in parts per million (µg/g).
The test is performed using three simple steps: extraction, filtration and analysis. In the first step a proprietary solvent system that does not contain chlorofluorocarbons effectively extracts hydrocarbons from a variety of soils ranging from course sand to marine sediment and clay. Moisture content has no effect on extraction efficiency. The second step filters out all suspended materials from the extract so that they don't interfere with the test results. Finally, a developing solution is added and the soil extract starts to react and develops a response in proportion to the amount of hydrocarbon contained in the soil sample. Within ten minutes the developing solution equilibrates and a reading can be obtained using the analyzer.
If the type of hydrocarbon is known, then the specific response factor can be selected from the on-board menu to calibrate for the analyte. If the contaminant is unknown a general hydrocarbon screen can be performed by selecting a conservative response factor and using the "screen" mode. This will provide a conservative, general screening result that lets the user know if contamination is present and if so, at what relative concentration.