MillionAir SystemTM (7650M+7200 Preconcentrator)

Introducing the all-new 7200 | 7650-M, MillionAirTM Analysis System. The most advanced instrumentation ever developed for the analysis of volatile and light semi-volatile compounds in air and soil gas.

7200, 7200A, 7200CTS Detailed Feature Comparison

Unsure of which volatiles preconcentration system best fits your needs? This document can help you decide. All systems are certified for methods EPA-TO14a, TO-15, TO-15a, and China method HJ759.

Performance Comparison – Volatiles Analysis of Samples with Elevated CO2 & Methane Levels. 7200 Packed-Trap Preconcentrator vs 7200CTS Capillary Column Trap Preconcentrator

Canister sampling and analysis for measurement of volatile chemicals is finding use in a growing number of diversified applications.

A New Cryogenless TO15 Canister Preconcentrator with Reduced System Carry-Over When Exposed to Higher Concentration Samples

Overview A new preconcentrator design is presented which eliminates the need for liquid nitrogen or complicated electronic cooling while performing US EPA Method TO15 analysis. A new technology called Multi-Capillary Column Trapping System (patent pending), or MCCTS, is used to concentrate all TO15 compounds at 35°C, which is achieved simply by using cooling fans. Two […]

7200CTS Cryogen-Free Preconcentrator Brochure

Entech is proud to release the world’s first multi-capillary column trapping system (MCCTS) patent pending, for the precise concentration of vapor phased volatile chemicals in the range of C3 to C18 without the need for liquid nitrogen or complicated electronic cooling. With over 28 years of continued improvements and industry feedback, the 7200CTS is as […]



Improved Performance And Dynamic Range For EPA Method TO-15 using the Entech 7200 and Thermo Scientific ISQ QD GCMS

Accurate Monitoring of Sulfur Compounds in Silonite® Fused Silica Lined Canisters Utilizing a New Approach for Water Removal During Field Sampling

Improved Performance And Dynamic Range For EPA Method TO-15 using the Entech 7200 and Agilent 7890B/5977 GCMS

Canister sampling and analysis for measurement of volatile chemicals is finding use in a growing number of diversified applications. This has required air laboratories to accommodate an even wider dynamic range of sample concentrations, and a growing list of compounds to include those once thought to be incompatible with canister sampling techniques.