Moisture Dew Point of Natural Gas

  • Laser - Model 5100
    5100 TDLAS

    The 5100 hosts a single laser platform to measure a single gas analyte. The device can measure any one of the following gas analytes: water vapor, methane, hydrogen sulfide, carbon dioxide, and oxygen in process or flue gas. If water vapor is the measured gas analyte, methane can be monitored additionally at percent levels using the same laser.

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  • Laser - Model 5100 HD
    5100HD TDLAS

    The 5100HD hosts a dual laser platform. Two separate lasers are installed in the instrument, sharing a common optical path through the sample, enabling the measurement of two analytes simultaneously. This results in significant cost savings to our customers. Where the required concentrations of the analytes differ considerably such that different path lengths are required, two sample cells are used.

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  • Model Standard Bureau of Mines Dew Point Tester
    Standard Bureau of Mines Dew Point Tester

    Natural gas pipeline operations are dramatically impacted by the presence or formation of liquids within the gas pipeline. The dew point of the natural gas must be periodically checked in order to ensure that troublesome liquid formation is not occuring in the pipeline. Operators and technicians need an accurate, rugged means of determining the dew point of the gas within the pipeline.

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  • Model Chanscope II Dew Point Tester
    Chanscope II Dew Point Tester

    Natural gas pipeline operations are dramatically impacted by the presence or formation of liquids within the gas pipeline. The dew point of the natural gas must be periodically checked in order to ensure that troublesome liquid formation is not occuring in the pipeline.

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  • Model MGB1000 Micro Gas Blender
    MGB1000 Micro Gas Blender

    Today's demanding trace impurity detection applications require the utmost in accuracy from the gas purity analyzers monitoring them. To ensure that these high technology analyzers are operating optimally, it is often necessary, or simply desired, to periodically verify their calibration.

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