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CMS5000 Monitoring System

The CMS5000 Monitoring System is a self-contained system utilizing gas chromatograph technology for continuous, unattended remote monitoring of air or water. The system performs complex analyses during environmental remediation. The programmable CMS IQ software allows users to manage the sample collection and analysis sequence, or they can simply use one of the included default methods. The analytical data is representative of actual conditions at the time of sampling - providing the answers users need to make better and faster decisions about environmental issues. Concentrations can be accurately measured and reported in minutes. Designed as a stationary instrument, the CMS5000 is ideal for long-term VOC monitoring, with minimal operator intervention required.

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