Application Information
 
 
 
  Hand-held Flue Gas Analyzer  
 
The CEA-9001 is a digital, hand-held flue gas analyzer ideally suited for fine-tuning boiler and furnace controls on small and medium sized heater installations.
 
     
 
Application

• Rugged, Simple Design
• Advanced Sensor Capabilities
• Single Step Analysis

 
 
     
 
  Total Sulphides Analyzer  
 
The Model 6200E Total Sulfides Analyzer utilizes proven UV fluorescent technology to continuously detect sulfides found in inert gas streams. An internal, quartz catalytic converter is employed to convert the sulfides, when mixed with scrubbed ambient air, into SO2 via high temperature oxidation.
An internal vacuum pump is employed to draw both the sample and the ambient air into the converter. The converted sample gas is fed to the fluorescence chamber where it is then exposed to ultra-violet radiation.
 
     
 
Features

• High sensitivity with user selectable ranges from 0-50 ppb to 0-20 ppm
• Microprocessor controlled, providing advanced user interface capabilities
• Built-in data acquisition capability using the analyzer’s own RAM
• Extremely high-end self diagnostic capability providing continuous self checking with continuous warning alarms
• Bi-directional RS-232C for remote operation
• Critical orifices provide flow sensitivity
• High temperature TRS converter
• Digital status outputs provide instrument condition
• Easy to read display
• Proven UV fluorescence technique

 
 
     
 
  Non-Dispersive Infrared Gas Analyzer  
 
Series 7500 Infrared (IR) Gas Analyzer is capable of detecting up to three individual IR absorbing components (i.e. CO, CO2, CH4, SO2) on a continuous basis. Packaged in either a 19” rack mount or NEMA-4 wall mount enclosure, the Series 7500 can also be supplied with an oxygen sensor, providing the operator with a space-saving, four in one, cost-effective design. The NEMA-4 enclosure can be X or Z-purged to satisfy hazardous area installation requirements.
 
     
 
Features

• Simultaneous measurement of up to four components
• Excellent long-term stability
• Slide-out, chassis design to facilitate any optical or maintenance adjustments required to fine tune analyzer performance (7500A)
• In-depth, valuable analyzer functions attainable from the front-panel user interface buttons
o Follow & Hold output signal control (during calibration)
o Remote range change control
o Range ID signals
o Auto-calibration with user adjustable frequency and gas flow time setting programming capabilities
o Remote auto-calibration initiation
o Auto-calibration status contacts
o Instrument or calibration error contact outputs

 
 
     
  Chemiluminescence NO / NO2 / NOx Analyzer  
 
The Model 9110E uses the proven chemiluminescence detection principle, coupled with state-of-the-art microprocessor technology to provide the sensitivity, stability and ease of use needed for ambient or dilution CEM monitoring requirements. The analyzer uses multi-tasking software which allows complete control of all functions while providing online indication of important operating parameters. Measurements are automatically compensated for temperature and pressure changes. In addition, stability is enhanced by an Auto-Zero circuit that continuously provides a true zero reference. The result is sensitive, accurate, and dependable performance under the harshest operating conditions.
 
     
 
Features

• 0-50 ppb to 0-20 ppm ranges, user selectable
• Independent ranges for NO, NO2, NOX
• Microprocessor controlled for versatility
• Multi-tasking software allows viewing of test variables while operating
• Continuous self checking with alarms
• Permeation drier on ozone generator
• Dual bi-directional RS-232 ports for remote operation (optional RS-485 or Ethernet)
• Digital status outputs provide instrument condition
• Adaptive signal filtering optimizes response time
• Temperature and pressure compensation
• Converter efficiency correction software
• Continuous automatic zero correction
• Catalytic ozone scrubber
• Internal zero and span check (optional)
• Internal data logging with 1 min to 365 day multiple averages (up to 1 million records)

 
 
     
 
  Ultra Trace Flourescent SO2 Analyzer  
 
Model 6400E uses the proven UV fluorescence principle, coupled with state-of-the-art microprocessor technology to provide accurate and dependable measurements of low level S0 2.
Exceptional stability is achieved with the use of an optical shutter to compensate for PMT drift and a reference detector to correct for changes in UV lamp intensity.
 
     
 
Features
  • Ranges are 0-50 ppb to 0-20 ppm, user selectable
  • Dual ranges and auto ranging
  • Microprocessor controlled for versatility
  • Multi-tasking software allows viewing test variables while operating
  • Continuous self checking with alarms
  • Dual bi-directional RS-232 ports for remote operation (optional RS-485 or Ethernet)
  • Digital status outputs indicate instrument operating condition
  • Adaptive signal filtering optimizes response time
  • Temperature and pressure compensation
  • Internal Zero & Span check (optional)
  • Internal data logging with 1 min to 365 day multiple averages
  • Critical orifices provide flow stability

 

 
 
     
 
  Zirconium Oxide Flue Gas Oxygen Analyzer  
 
The 9060 provides standard programmable automatic calibration and auto-purge outputs. The user can program the cal/purge sequence to an alarm relay for external indication. The 9060 has also been designed with a probe diagnostic loop to continuously monitor for probe impedance to ensure the sensor is functioning properly. The electronics self-calibrates all inputs every minute.
 
     
 
Application

• Gas, oil, pulverized coal and black liquor boilers
• Cement, lime and ceramic kilns
• Refinery process heaters and furnaces
• Blast furnace ovens
• Soaking pit and heat treating furnaces
• Thermal cracking furnaces
• Catalyst regeneration
• Asphalt processes
• Utility boilers

 
 
     
 
  Double Pass Dust Monitor for monitoring dust emissions using DDP - DSL 340  
 
The DSL-340 Dust Monitor uses the innovative Dynamic Detection Principle (DDP) to measure dust, smoke and particulate concentration present in an exhaust gas flow in a duct, stack or flue. A light beam emitted from the Transceiver (TRX) passes across the duct, stack or flue to a Reflector, which returns the light beam to the TRX. Particles moving through the beam will cause fluctuations in the intensity of light received by the TRX. When calibrated against standard reference measurements, the magnitude of the signal variation relates directly to the dust, smoke and particulate concentration.
 
     
 
Features

• In-situ measurement directly in exhaust gas flow
• Innovative Dynamic Detection Principle, (DDP), measurement technique
• Measurement reading as mg/m3 (when calibrated against
standard reference measurements)
• Choice of interface options enabling easy integration into plant control system
• Free utility software for PC based setup, control and data logging
• Optional Operator Interface with different mounting configurations
• IP65 rated external enclosure