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A TDL gas analyzer designed specifically for ammonia

By Tracey Lilly |

Servomex Group

Servomex Group

The Servotough MiniLaser Ammonia (photo) is said to be the world’s smallest cross-stack tunable-diode laser (TDL) gas analyzer, and the only TDL analyzer specifically optimized for ammonia gas measurement. Optimized for the fast, accurate and responsive measurement of ammonia in hot or hazardous conditions, the Servotough MiniLaser Ammonia is particularly suitable for ammonia slippage applications in coal-fired power plants. The MiniLaser’s compact size and dramatically reduced footprint offer installation flexibility. A built-in display eliminates the need to use a laptop for configuration and diagnostics. The MiniLaser Ammonia also includes a new purge design, which significantly reduces nitrogen and air purge costs. — Servomex Group Ltd., Crowborough, U.K.

www.servomex.com

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