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A portable emissions analyzer for combustion operations

By Chemical Engineering |

E Instruments

E Instruments

The E9000 emissions analyzer (photo) features a heated sample line and is suitable for regulatory and maintenance use in boiler, burner, engine, turbine, furnace and other combustion applications. The analyzer can accommodate up to nine total gas sensors, including electrochemical sensors for O2, CO, NO, NO2, SO2 or H2S, or NDIR sensors for CO2, CxHy (HC) or high CO. An internal thermoelectric chiller provides automatic condensate removal. The device’s internal data storage has memory to conduct up to 16,000 tests, and the onboard software automatically logs data. — E Instruments International LLC, Langhorne, Pa.

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