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IPS-4 Integrated Photometric Spectrometer

Today's chemical producers and consumers are under tremendous pressure to cut costs, lower maintenance expenses, and improve product quality. In order to meet these demanding objectives, process engineers and operators need analytically capable and reliable process analyzers which require minimal maintenance and operator intervention. The analyzers also need to be easy to use and capable of communicating in a wide variety of ways. It is also a benefit if the analyzer is durable enough to be installed in outdoor, wash-down, hazardous, and other environmentally harsh locations. more ...


Model 4000 Configurable Model 4000 Configurable Photometric Analyzer

The reliable, efficient, and environmentally-friendly operation of many industrial processes frequently requires continuous analysis of the process's inputs, reactions, and outputs. These analyses may be for the detection or monitoring of: impurities; purity; turbidity; blending; quality; color or some other key chemical or trait. Regardless of the chemical or trait being monitored, the applications always require the utmost in analyzer reliability and durability to help ensure continuous, quality process operations. more ...


Model 910 Hot/Wet Multi Gas Mass Flow CEM

A number of governmental air pollution regulations restrict the allowable stack emissions from various industrial facilities. Often, a facility will need to measure and report the emissions of multiple pollutants being emitted by their process. Under many compliance regulations, it is not adequate to simply know the concentration of these pollutants in the stack gas emissions. Often, a facility is required to monitor and report the individual mass emissions (e.g. lb/hr, kgs/day, etc.) of their processes.more ...


Model 914 Model 914 Continuous Emission Monitoring System

Environmental compliance regulations imposed upon industry by government agencies, such as the EPA, require the monitoring and reporting of pollutants being released into the atmosphere. To remain in compliance with government regulations, industries must continuously monitor and report the amount of pollution they are releasing into the atmosphere via their flue stacks. Due to the requirement for reliable, accurate analysis users require turn-key continuous emission monitoring systems with proven accuracy and reliability. more ...


Model 919 Hot/Wet Single Gas Analyzer

A number of governmental air pollution regulations restrict the allowable stack emissions from various industrial facilities. Often, a facility will need to measure and report the emissions of a single pollutant being emitted by their process. In order to accurately monitorpollutant of interest,n analyzer must be capable of reliably measuring the pollutant in stack gas that is typically hot, saturated with moisture, and dirty.more ...


Model 920 Hot/Wet Multi Gas CEM

A number of governmental air pollution regulations restrict the allowable stack emissions from various industrial facilities. Often, afacility will need to measure and report the concentrations f multiple pollutants being emitted by their process. In order to accurately monitor these pollutants, an analyzer must be capable of accurately and reliably measuring the various pollutants of interest. This feat is made all the more difficult as the stack gas is typically hot, saturated with moisture, and dirty. more ...


Model 930 Model 930 H2S in Sulfur Pit Analyzer

In many sulfur recovery units, produced sulfur is stored in liquid form in sulfur pits. Operators are increasingly aware that sulfur pits present potential danger to plant personnel and overall plant safety. It is therefore critically important to monitor H2S in the vapour space of sulfur pits to ensure that it remains below the Lower Explosive Limit (LEL) (4.3% by volume). Additionally, the presence of rising concentrations of SO2 in the sulfur pit vapour space provides an early indication of smoldering fires. Therefore, on-line, continuous monitoring of SO2 can enable detection of such fires before they get out of control. more ...


Model 931 Single Gas H2S Analyzer (opt. + H2 and HC)

A compact, reliable, explosionproof process analyzer is often required to properly monitor and control most modern chemical processes. Whether you are performing feed-forward control, feed-back control, quality monitoring or hydrogenating sulfur compounds, an on-line process analyzer is required for optimal control. more ...


Model 932 Multi Gas H2S Analyzer (opt. + H2 and HC)

A compact, reliable process analyzer is required to properly monitor and control most modern chemical processes. Whether you are performing feed-forward control, feed-back control, or quality monitoring, an on-line process analyzer is required for optimal control. more ...


Model 933 H2S in Natural Gas

A critical measurement of natural gas quality is the concentration of hydrogen sulfide (H2S). Remarkably, the common technique for making this measurement, lead acetate tape, is at least 70 years old. Users of this archaic technology report general dissatisfaction with it due to: high maintenance, the cost and shelf life of tape cassettes, the need for reagents, difficulty handling H2S overload conditions, the sensitivity of the technology to ambient extremes, and, not least, used cassette disposal.more ...


Model 934 Sensor Specific Gas Analyzer

The Model 934 is a rugged, analyzer adapted from the Model 931/932 UV analyzer platform for measurement of Hydrogen in Tail Gas Treating Units (TGTU) where the UV (H2S) is not required.more ...


Model 9900RM Gas Analyzer

The new Model 9900RM is a single or multi-component gas analyzer that can be used alone or as an integrated part of a CEM (continuous emissions monitoring) system.more ...


Model 4000 Chlorine Dioxide Model 4000 Chlorine Dioxide Emission Monitoring System

Chlorine dioxide is an environmentally friendly bleaching chemical. This reactive gas is dissolved in water which is then used to bleach various products such as wood pulp. However, the absorbtion of chlorine dioxide in the bleaching water is not 100% efficient. There is always a residual amount present in the exhaust gas. Scrubbing systems are often used to minimize the amount of chlorine dioxide that is vented to atmosphere. A means of monitoring the performance of these scrubbing systems is needed to ensure that environmental protection goals are being met.more ...


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