Pine has many solutions for determination of Carbon Dioxides from stationary sources. We carry & partner with Thermo Electron, MKS Instruments, California Analytical Instruments, Horiba, and Servomex. Please contact a CEMs representative to discuss your Source or Ambient application.
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The CAI 602 Dual CO2 analyzer is designed specifically for dilution systems in which CO2 needs to be measured in low ppm levels. The analyzer uses a technique based on the infrared absorption characteristics of gases to measure concentration. A single beam of infrared energy is modulated and passed through a sample cell containing the gas to be measured. The beam emerges attenuated by the amount of energy absorbed by the gas in the sample. Changes in the concentration of the gas results in changes in the intensity of the beam. The remaining energy in the beam is passed serially through two cavities of an infrared detector containing the gas of interest and a mass flow sensor. Changes in the intensity of the beam change the pressure differential between the cavities and consequently the balance of the electrical bridge in the detector circuit. Electronic processing of the imbalance of the signal is used to generate an electrical output signal proportional to the concentration of gas measured.
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 1440 STD Carbon Dioxide Gas Analyzer is available for non-flammable, non-toxic sample gases. The analyzer comprises one or two measurement modules, each featuring a high visibility LED display. 0-1VDC non-isolated and 4-20mA isolated outputs, and user controlled concentration alarms, all as standard. The non-toxic, non flammable analyzer (STD version) also includes a low flow alarm (indicated by an LED on the analyzer front panel) and Automatic Flow Control Device (AFCD) to control the sample flow through the analyzer.
The Model T803 CO2/O2 analyzer combines the non-dispersive infrared measurement principle within the model T801 and the proven paramagnetic measurement principle within the T802 in to a single analyzer. Both technologies give accurate and reliable results combined with product longevity, providing the best price performance value on the market.
The CO2/O2 analyzer is based on widely accepted sensor techniques producing an excellent, rugged product designed for extractive CEM or RATA applications.
All T Series instruments offer an advanced color display, capacitive touch screen, intuitive user interface, flexible I/O, and built-in data acquisition capability. All instrument set up, control and access to stored data and diagnostic information is available through the front panel, or via RS232, Ethernet, or USB com ports either locally or by remote connection using the included APIcom™ software.