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Experience the vision of ECO PHYSICS’ R&D

Mar 15 2018 Read 427 Times

Founded in 1989, ECO PHYSICS has been continuously developing state-of-the-art NO, NO2, NOX and NH3-monitors. With long-standing experience and key competences in chemiluminescence technology, R&D combines outstanding performance, norm conformity and ease pf use. In ambient air monitoring (ppt- to ppm level) ECO PHYSICS’ CLD-analyzers fulfill the requirements of governmental regulations, which demand higher sensitivities due to stringent demands to measure lower concentrations of air pollutants.

For process gas applications (low to medium ppm), the high resolution of ECO PHYSICS analyzers guarantees a good quality for various gas products. For emission monitoring, including stacks, boilers, burners, waste incinerators, and various engines (concentrations up to 10,000 ppm), a stable long-term readout gives exact results on the performance of any combustion processes.

Using the GUI customers can experience the next level in user friendliness. ECO PHYSICS’ nCLD-series has an intuitive command structure, with interactive platform, which is organized by a simple menu. Operated by an HD­resolution touchscreen, you control the unit’s operation through BUS-communing components. Display the measured values in real time, or remotely check on the instrument’s performance. You decide, how much access various users have to the instrument.

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