BTEX Ambient Air Article – Chromatography Today
Our Export Sales Manager, Mr. Carlo Bruno, wrote a very interesting article about why it is necessary to monitor BTEX (Benzene, Toluene, Ethilbenzene, Xylene) in Ambient Air.
BTEX compounds analysis gives a great indication of VOC emissions from an extended range of sources ; high levels of BTEX exposure can affect human health and the environment, which has resulted in a European Directive and with EPA guidelines to set allowable limits.
If you want to know more, you can read the entire article here: Why do you need to measure BTEX in Ambient Air? – Chromatography Today May-June 2019