• New In-situ No Monitor

Air Monitoring

New In-situ No Monitor

Jun 05 2008

HORIBA introduce the INM-700 In-situ NOx/O2 Monitor. Using a Zirconium Oxide (ZrO2) sensor and non-extractive point measurement, the INM-700 performs rapid measurements of NOx and O2 at high temperatures. This makes applications like near combustion point readings for Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) systems control easy and inexpensive. The versatile INM-700 can be used for many applications to improve burner efficiencies and reduce NOx emissions like burner balancing/combustion tuning to identify problem areas in the furnace due to gas stratification linked to specific burner columns. It can also perform measurements formany combustion modification techniques such as Low NOx burners (LNB), overfire air injection (OFA), gas re-burn systems, boiler tuning, or combustion optimization programs used in emissions compliance strategies.

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