SERVOTOUGH Fluegas upgrade to improve performance


Servomex has announced that a new combustibles sensor upgrade kit for the SERVOTOUGH Fluegas (2700) combustion gas analyser is set to enhance performance in high sulphur applications.

According to the company, its capability is already proven at the Drax power station in the UK.

The new Sulphur Resistant combustibles sensor upgrade enables a Tfx sensor operating at standard temperature to operate at an elevated temperature, improving performance in high sulphur applications – where excess levels of SO2 can inhibit traditional catalytic sensor function.

In addition to improved performance, the sensor upgrade will increase longevity and reduce service downtime where SO2 levels generally exceed 1000 ppm. On applications where the existing combustibles sensor has less than 13 months operational life left, the upgrade is anticipated to extend sensor life.

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