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Hapsite ER

Hapsite ER

Portable gascromatograph/mass spectrometer’s (GC/MS)
for sofisticated analysis with the easiest operativity

Hapsite ER is the only gascromatograph/ mass spectrometer which identifies and quantifies all the compunds in the field, with lab- quality results, in less than 10 minutes and with the maximum easy of use. All the operator has to do is push a button to begin identifying and quantifying volatile organic compounds (VOCs),toxic industrial chemicals (TICs),toxic industrial materials (TIMs), chemical warfare agents (CWAs), and select semi-volatile organic compounds (SVOCs).

HAPSITE ER has the capability to identify analytes in the PPM (parts per million) – PPT (parts per trillion) range reducing the sample handling, complexity and analysis time.

Hapsite ER includes: analytics module, NEG pump, power supply, charger, 2 batteries, PC with NISTand AMDIS libraries, NIOSH database, manual control unit (probe) and with the specific accessories it analyses also liquid and solid matrices, with the headspace or with SPME fibers.

HAPSITE ER integrates a pre-concentration system,chromatography column (15m, Rtx 1MS), a quadrupole mass spectrometer and autonomous system for the vacuum NEG-Pump.

It can operate in two modes: “Survey” (MS only)for immediate screening and identification of the optimal position of the sampling probe; “Analyze” (GC-MS) for detailed analysis.

Sample introduction

Air probe (included) or optional accessory

Sample type

VOCs and select SVOCs

Detection limit

ppt for most analytes

Carrier gas


Data analysis

AMDIS Mass Spectral Libraries, NIOSH, (NIST on optional laptop)


802.11G wireless or direct Ethernet connection

Hard Drive

16 GB internal storage

Flash Drive


Power requirement

24 V (dc), 30 watts at normal operating conditions

Power supply

Rechargeable NiMH battery pack or AC converter

Operating temperature

from 5°C to 45°C


(H x W x D) 180 x 430 x 460 mm


19 kg with battery

Environment & Safety, CBRNe
(CH3)2C6H4, C1-C12, C2H4, C4H6, C6H5Et, C6H6, C7H8, CWA-TIC, VOC