Directory:Arizona Instrument LLC
|Arizona Instrument LLC|
|Slogan||Exclusive Manufacturer of Computrac Analyzers and Jerome Toxic Gas Analyzers|
|Headquarters||US}} Chandler, Arizona, USA|
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|Contact||4729 Elvis Presley Blvd|
Memphis, TN 38116-0000
|Reference||NAICS: 32311, 32312|
Region: Shelby County
Arizona Instrument is an ISO 9001 registered company that designs, manufactures, and markets Computrac® precision moisture analysis instruments and portable and fixed Jerome® gas analyzers. We provide complete pre- and post-sale customer service including application development, training, and instrument calibration and repair.
The Computrac® Vapor Pro® series detects moisture levels as low as 10 ppm, or 10 ug, in samples as small as 10 mg utilizing moisture-specific sensors to eliminate volatile interferences. The Computrac® MAX® series measures moisture content as low as 0.005 percent in as few as 3 minutes. These instruments are durable, easy to use, and equally suitable for the production floor and the laboratory.
Utilizing patented gold sensor technology, the Jerome® 631-X measures hydrogen sulfide concentrations of 3ppb to 50ppm, while the Jerome® 431-X mercury vapor analyzer detects concentrations from 0.003 to 0.999mg/m3, all in just 13 seconds. The Jerome® 860 hydrogen sulfide monitor provides automatic, unattended, long-term monitoring of hydrogen sulfide gases in contained or hard to reach areas. The compact, battery powered 860 is water resistant and intrinsically safe. Accessories include a field test kit for easy verification of instrument calibration, a data logger for data acquisition and instrument programming, and software for connecting the analyzers to computers.