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May 1, 2013

These gas-sampling filters allow particle-free samples

All-metal inertial gas-sampling (IGS) filters from this company allow the collection of particle-free samples from virtually any gas stream. Even heavily contaminated gas streams and extreme-temperature samples can be handled by the durable filters, the company says. Typical applications include gas sampling in stack testing, utility coal pulverizers, lime or cement kilns, fluid catalytic crackers, coking-oven offgas atmospheres and general emissions-control monitoring. The IGS filters feature a cross-flow design that keeps most particles in the gas stream greatly reducing obstruction of the filter element. The company’s porous-metal filter media is durable and can be used in highly corrosive environments. — Mott Corp., Farmington, Conn.

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