Chemcatcher® is a highly versatile and cost-effective passive sampling device for monitoring a wide variety of pollutants in potable, surface, coastal and marine waters.

It is now being used worldwide to help solve a number of water quality issues.

Chemcatcher® was developed through a number of projects funded by Framework Programmes of European Community by Professors Richard Greenwood and Graham Mills at the University of Portsmouth (UK) and Professor Greg Morrisonat the Chalmers University of Technology (Sweden).

  • Easy to deploy in the field

  • Cost effective as the PTFE body is reusable

  • Measures a wide range of pollutants

  • Validated by world-leading academics

  • Detect pollutants at low concentrations

  • Provides time-weighted average concentrations of chemicals

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