Servomex has announced the US launch of the SERVOTOUGH Laser series, a range of high performance process gas analyzers designed for the in-situ measurement of a wide range of gases present in extreme or harsh process conditions.
The SERVOTOUGH Laser uses Tuneable Diode Laser (TDL) technology to deliver a fast response time, highly stable performance and minimum sample conditioning requirements with no moving parts and consumables.
The range is available as both cross-stack (in-situ) or extractive configurations, with TDL technology robustly packaged to cope with even the most aggressive of environments.
Available to detect a wide range of gases including O2, HCl, HF, NH3, CO, CO2, H2O, H2S, HCN, NO, N2O, CH4 and other hydrocarbons, the laser series is effective for a wide range of emissions control and process and combustion control applications.
The range consists of three modules: a Standard monitor designed for cross-stack applications; a Compact variant suitable for extractive and in-situ use across smaller diameter (< 30 in) path length applications; and a MultiPass version designed for extractive trace analysis applications.
All versions have been granted Class1 Div2 CSA approvals.
The launch of the SERVOTOUGH Laser range is the culmination of a strategic technology agreement between Servomex and Norsk Elektro Optikk (NEO).
The partnership enables Servomex to develop and manufacture TDL analyzer products based on NEO core technology. The SERVOTOUGH Laser will be supplied globally by Servomex and will form an integral part of its highly respected range of process gas analyzers and engineered system solutions.
“The wide range of benefits of the SERVOTOUGH Laser range gives customers a measurable advantage for their applications and processes,” said Chuck Hurley, General Manager, Servomex Americas.
“Our knowledge and experience in TDLS process applications, combined with our gas analysis expertise and extensive service and support capabilities, makes us the preeminent supplier of TDLS technologies to the US market.”