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Analyze emissions for regulatory and maintenance purposes

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E Instruments International

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The new E8500 PLUS emissions analyzer (photo) is a portable tool for emissions monitoring and testing designed for regulatory and maintenance use in boilers, burners, engines, turbines, furnaces and other combustion applications. Features new to this model include NO and NO 2 sensors for True NOx measurements, a new display screen and keypad design, easier filter replacement and inspection and an expanded internal memory with capacity for up to 2,000 tests. The E8500 PLUS is also equipped with a new sample-conditioning system for low NOx and SO 2 scenarios. The analyzer has electrochemical sensors for O 2, CO, NO, NO 2, SO 2 and H 2 S and now also has an option for sensing volatile organic compounds (VOCs). — E Instruments International, Langhorne, Pa.

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