Pine has the widest selection of Total Hydrocarbon Analyzers in the rental Industry. We carry J.U.M. Engineering, Thermo Electron, California Analytical Instruments, and VIG Industries. USEPA 40 Part 60 Appendix A Method 25 requires the determination of Total Gaseous Non-Methane Organics. Pine carries the JUM 109L, The Thermo Electron 55i, California Analytical Instruments 600M HFID, and VIG Industries Model 210 to address TGNMO in real time. Pine is the official US repair center for J.U.M. Engineering & the Midwest Repair center for California Analytical Instruments. Please contact a CEMs representative to discuss your Hydrocarbon sampling needs.
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The CAI Model 600 MHFID Analyzer is designed to continuously measure the total concentration of hydrocarbons or methane within a gaseous sample. The analyzers exhibit superior sensitivity and response time. The gaseous sample can be exhaust gases from an internal combustion engine, a combustion process or VOC abatement systems. This instrument can measure THC or CH4 in the ppm or percent levels. All internal components are maintained at the oven set temperature preventing condensation. Options for Internal Heated Sample Pump and Internal Zero/Span Solenoid Values are available.
The model 109L analyzer made by J.U.M. Engineering is a compact, heated unit for detecting methane concentrations to EPA Method 25. Model 109L has been designed for applications such as stack gas emissions monitoring, ambient air monitoring to low concentration levels, thermal reactor and combustion emissions monitoring, and raw automotive and diesel exhaust analysis. The dual detector, dual electrometer design provides real-time analysis of methane only (CH4), total hydrocarbons including methane (THC) and total hydrocarbons less methane (NMHC). Individual analog outputs and digital front panel meters are provided for all three gases. The sample pump, sample filter and all pressure and flow regulating components are built in, so additional sample handling equipment is not needed. Note: The model 109L analyzer uses hydrogen fuel, which is a purchased item.
The J.U.M. Engineering 3-500 uses a hydrogen flame ionization detector (FID) in a heated oven to prevent the loss of high molecular weight hydrocarbons and to provide reliable performance in the analysis of trace level of contaminations in high purity gases, air and other gases. All sample wetted components, including the sample filter are housed in the heated oven. The sample filter is easy accessible from the rear side. No sample tools are required for changing the sample filter. The burner air supply is built in. No extra bottles for burner air are needed.
The Thermo 55i & 55c hyrdocarbon analyzer is a back-flush gas chromatography (GC) system designed for automated measurement of methane and nonmethane hydrocarbons. The back-flush GC method used by the Model 55i provides a direct measurement of non-methane cdncentrations. This allows accurate and precise measurement of low levels of non-methane hydrocarbons (NMHC), even in the presence of methane at much higher concentrations. The proprietary column design is unaffected by the oxygen content of the sample, provides complete recovery of low volatility compounds and achieves absolute separation of methane from all C2 compounds.
Now available for rent, the VIG 20/2 dual channel head total hydrocarbon analyzer designed for high accuracy, sensitivity and stability. The unit uses two flame ionization detectors (FID's) for continuous measurement of two independent sample streams. All components that come in contact with the sample thorugh analysis are maintained in a temperature-controlled oven to prevent condensation, and to provide repeatable, reliable performance in the analysis of a wide variety of hydrobarbon concentrations in gaseous mixtures or in ambient air.
Model 20 is an FID single-channel, oven-heated total hydrocarbon analyzer that offers high accuracy, sensitivity and stability. Use the Model 20 for process, efficiency and safety monitoring applications. It can be used for continuous monitoring and control of process gas streams that utilize organic solvents, crude oil and other chemicals containing hydrocarbons; for effluent monitoring to evaluate VOC reductions in environmental compliance programs; and for efficiency control of incinerators, scrubbers, carbon absorbers and other abatement equipment. Features include an internal combustion air pump that eliminates the need to plumb out an external air supply, automatic ranging, automatic fuel and sample shut-off system and an automatic flame-out indicator. Alarm and oven settings are adjustable. Optional rental accessories include a 50-foot heated sample line, heated sample probe and data chart recorder. Hydrogen fuel is a purchased item.
Now avaliable for rent, VIG model-210 is a microprocessor based, oven heated methane / ethane / nonmethane-ethane / total hydrocarbon gas analyzer designed for high accuracy, sensitivity and stability. The Model-210 uses two independent flame ionization detectors (FIDs), one to measure total hydrocarbons and the second coupled with a GC Column for the separation of the methane, ethane and nonmethane-ethane components. A sample is fed to the analyzer via an internal heated pump to the first FID for a real time total hydrocarbon reading. A portion of the sample is trapped and pushed through a column to separate the methane and ethane components and then to the second FID. Any remaining sample in the column is back flushed through the column to obtain the nonmethane-ethane components. All components that come in contact with the sample through analysis are maintained in a temperature-controlled oven to prevent condensation, and to provide repeatable, reliable performance in the analysis of a wide variety of hydrocarbon concentrations in gaseous mixtures or in ambient air.