Portable, complete, EN 50379 certified, 9-Gas Complete 9 gas analysis system for semi-continuous measurements of flue gases
May 13 2020 Read 835 Times
The new Varioluxx gas analyser, made in Germany by MRU, is designed for stand-alone, long-time measurements, with all modern real time data transfer to PC or smartphone via Wi-Fi, or Ethernet, RS485, USB and 4-20mA analogue outputs.
The analyser is housed in a rugged aluminium enclosure with rubber corner impact-protection, and uses Linux operating system, with a high contrast 7" (840x480) graphical display and intuitive touch and swipe panel. Automatic measurements and data logging are available, also with graphical measurements visualisation and csv or pdf emission reporting, using the powerful MRU4Win PC-software.
As well as the improved heated gas sampling probe with quick and easy exchangeable filter cartridge, the analyser uses a heated sampling line and built-in efficient Peltier gas cooler with automatic condensate draining pump, flow rate regulated gas sampling pump with internal sample flow measurement and on display alarm and a 3-way valve for automatic zeroing. These system components enable correct gas measurements, even for longer-term flue gas sampling.
With up to 6 electrochemical cells and a 3-gas infrared bench, the analyser can perform an up to 9-gas analysis of O2, CO, NO, NO2, SO2, H2S, H2, CO2, HC (as CH4 or C3H8), with volumetric and mass emission calculation of mg/Nm3 and g/Nm3 and with O2 referencing. Measurement of flue gas temperature and flow velocity by means of integrated differential pressure sensor and Pitot or Darcy tube, completes the large spectrum of use.
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