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Pine carries VIG Industries total hydrocarbon gas analyzers not only because the company manufacture many of their own high quality components, but because their instruments are designed for high accuracy, sensitivity and stability, features that our CEMs customers look for in an FID when performing stack gas hydrocarbon emissions monitoring, catalytic converter testing, hydrocarbon contamination monitoring in air and other gases, and detection of trace hydrocarbons in purity.
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VIG 20/2 DUAL CHANNEL FID
VIG 20/2 DUAL CHANNEL FID
 

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.


VIG 210 METHANE/ETHANE
VIG 210 METHANE/ETHANE
 

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.