Lowest certified range in the world for mercury measurement
Mar 02 2020 Read 597 Times
Gasmet’s continuous mercury monitoring system, the CMM, offers a TÜV and MCERTS certified solution (QAL1), conforming to EN 15267, for measuring mercury continuously from hot, wet and corrosive gas streams. The CMM has the lowest certified range in the world (0-5 µg/m3) and Gasmet have made this instrument future proof with the highest level of sensitivity on the market. Operators achieve online results with a rapid response.
Gasmet’s CMM consists of a dilution probe, a heated sample line, and a Gasmet mercury analyser and test gas generator. A heated dilution probe with a two-stage blowback system ensures the durability and low maintenance of the system even in demanding conditions. This fully automated system typically has a 3-month maintenance interval, with excellent annual availability, and operators are supported by Gasmet’s worldwide technical service and support network.
The Gasmet CMM mercury analyser is based on the Cold Vapour Atomic Fluorescence (CVAF) measurement principle, which offers the highest sensitivity in the world. The integrated thermal converter converts all mercury compounds to elemental mercury to measure total gaseous mercury.
This system carries out automatic calibrations at user defined intervals. System settings can be accessed from the easy-to-use Mercury Analyzer User Interface (MAUI).
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