Portable

  • Process Instruments 5100P TDLAS Portable Analyzer for Moisture Analysis
    5100P TDLAS Transportable

    The 5100P analyzer provides simple, easy-to-use moisture analysis using tunable diode laser absorption spectroscopy (TDLAS) in a durable, lightweight, and mobile package for measurements in natural gas. Designed to be intuitive to start-up and log data, the 5100P is the tool-of-choice for users needing to perform measurements in remote locations or verify fixed analyzer installations.

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  • Model Ranarex Portable Gas Gravitometer
    Ranarex Portable Gas Gravitometer

    Plant and process operators need a reliable, simple means of confirming the quality or mixture of process gases. The means used to perform these tests must be reliable, accurate, and very affordable. For many processes and situations, gas quality can be easily inferred through a simple analysis of the gas mixture's specific gravity as opposed to a complex spectral analysis.

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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 303B Moisture Analyzer
    303B Moisture Analyzer

    The 303B offers a simple solution to the problem of measuring the moisture content of gas streams. Using an electrolytic (P2O5) sensor, the 303B can be used to monitor nearly all gases. It is compact, lightweight, and suitable for both portable use and permanent installation in Class I Div. 2 areas. With the optional carrying bag and lightweight design, the 303B is truly portable.

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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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