This demonstration is a follow up of an observation made by one of our customer that they save thousands of dollars after using VaporRemed. VaporRemed saved them the costs of revisiting the same customer multiple times to address the fuel oil odor that persisted after using other commercially available products. We decided to confirm this by recording the reduction in the VOC (Volatile Organic Carbons) as a function of time using Photo Ionization Detector (PID) meter.
The graph above clearly shows the reduction of VOC values as recorded by the PID meter. The set up was also recorded on video. Please feel free to drop us a line at sales AT sarvabioremed DOT com with your suggestions, we will try to incorporate them.
The graph at the top of the page shows the reduction in TPH was after we added VaporRemed to the test area. Each bar is 10 seconds therefore we see a dramatic reduction within 30 seconds, or less than a minute from 397.2 to 26 ppm. The video demonstrates the actual set up designed for recording reduction of the content of VOC in a glass jar.
Note: TPH and VOC have been used interchangeably in the literature. When we refer to TPH, we imply the VOC reading that was recorded. Please click on the graph to download the recorded data. The data is in (*.ods format)