By Rhea Healy2016-04-19T11:07:00+01:00
E instruments has designed a new sampling conditioning unit to remove any sign of moisture from sampling points for the maintenance and tuning of burners, boilers and incinerators.
The new device can accurately measure nitrogen dioxide (NO2) and sulphur dioxide (SO2) measurements to below 10 parts per million (ppm) and minimises nitrogen oxide (NOx) and sulphur oxide (SOx) loss from condensation. The unit is mounted at the sampling probe exit, so water can rapidly condense and immediately separate from the gas, minimising contact between the two.
The sampling system has been designed to monitor soluble gases, from flue gas in industrial and commercial processes, to prevent significant losses of SO2 or NO2 in the sampling lines, prior to entering an analyser or measuring device.
E Instrument’s new sampling conditioning unit is available with all the company’s portable flue and gas emissions analysers, and has fundamentally been designed to ensure accurate emissions monitoring.
Applications for the new instrument include a variety of industrial combustion processes requiring accurate low NOx or SOx measurements, including the maintenance of boilers, furnaces and engines.
The latest in the company’s portable analyzer line following the E1500, the E4500 is Bluetooth ready and offers low NOx measurements with 0.1 ppm resolution and high accuracy under 100ppm NOx.
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