Pine offers a wide range of carbon monoxide analyzers to cover a multitude of testing applications. Pine has carbon Monoxide analyzers to cover ranges from ppb to % level applications. We carry and partner with: Thermo Electron, Teledyne/API, Horiba, and California Analytical Instruments.
To find out more, please click on a product from the list. At Pine, we specialize in delivering total equipment solutions and providing technical advice on what to rent, and how to use it; the availability of our rental fleet is second to none, and all our equipment is always tested and delivered ready to use.
The ECOM J2KN is the “heavy-duty” version of the J2K, with the analyzer and all of it’s outstanding features built into a rugged hard-side, aluminum reinforced case. With wireless remote control, the J2KN’s handheld remote allows complete operation of the analyzer showing all values at a glance, zoom display capability, and plug-in memory up to 256 MB. The tactile keypad guides the operator through the various functions of the analyzer. The remote display feature makes the J2K an ideal emission analyzer where combustion controls are located away from the flue test port on large combustion systems. The J2K can be fitted with up to 5 gas sensors to measure O2, CO, NO, NO2, and Combustibles, along with gas and ambient temperatures, stack draft & pressure, plus calculations of CO2, efficiency, excess air, and oxygen correction to 20%.
This latest gas analyzer is both portable and MCERTS approved. Capable of measuring five components, the Horiba PG-250 and the PG-350 is a highly reliable and versatile gas analyzer for compliance testing of NOx, SO2, CO, CO2, and O2. Housed in a single lightweight and fully portable case, it utilizes the same measurement principles as permanently installed CEMS - unlike other portable gas analyzers that rely upon electro-chemical sensors.
The PG-350E achieves measurement performance equal to laboratory equipment in a highly portable package. As part of the PG-300 series, the PG-350E is a compact stack gas analyzer that can simultaneously measure up to five separate gas components. The approximately 20% lighter body from the previous PG-250-model is optionally protected by rugged side guards, which prevent the analyzer from shocks and damages. PG-350E covers NOX, SO2, CO, CO2 and O2 - measurement and is operating according to: DIN EN 15267 - 3, DIN EN 14181 and
approved as Standard Reference Method (SRM) for:
CO (DIN EN 15058)
O2 (DIN EN 14789)
NOX (DIN EN 14792)
The field conscious design supports whatever the measurement scene is. An optional electronic cooler unit is available for long-term measurement under tough environments such as gas turbines, boilers, and incinerators facilities.
The Horiba VIA-510 series of general-purpose gas analyzers provide continuous monitoring of concentrations of the specific sample gas. The analyzers can be operatee from controls on the front panel or by commands from remote computer.
Measurement results are displayed on the front panel and are available to remote data logging systems through an industry-standard interface.
Now available on rental or hire from Pine the Testo 350 XL. With sample conditioning technology and electrochemical sensors, the Testo 350 XL is designed for short-term industrial stack gas monitoring, combustion analysis and Flue Gas Monitoring. The analyzer measures Oxygen (0 to 25%), Carbon Monoxide (0 to 10,000 ppm), Nitric Oxide (0 to 3,000 ppm), Nitrogen Dioxide (0 to 500 ppm), Sulfur Dioxide (0 to 5,000 ppm) and Temperature (-40 to 2,192 F) and calculates Carbon Dioxide (0 to CO2 max. volume %) and Efficiency (0 to 100%). The readings can be printed on board or saved by PC downloading. A complete Peltier gas preparation unit for controlled condensate removal is also standard.
The Thermo 48i-HL gas filter correlation CO analyzer measures high Co concentrations. It combines proven detection technology, easy to use menu-driven software and advanced diagnostics to offer unsurpassed flexibility and reliability. The 48i-HL is based on the principle that carbon monoxide (CO) absorbs infrared radiation at a wavelength of 4. Micon.