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  • New Portable Gas Analyser at AQE

New Portable Gas Analyser at AQE

Jan 03 2013 Read 1634 Times

HORIBA (UK), found at stand 59 & 60 at AQE, are pleased to present their new portable gas analyser, the PG-350E.

So far results have been excellent and HORIBA has TÜV approval according to DIN EN 15267 - 3, DIN EN 14181 and approval as Standard Reference Method (SRM) for: CO (DIN EN 15058), O2 (DIN EN 14789) and NOx (DIN EN 14792).

PG-350E offers well-established features of PG-250 and the following innovations: Robust design, Reduced weight (approx. 15 kg), Colour touch screen, SD memory card slot, Reduced warm-up time (30 minutes for SRM specifications) and Reduced response time for SO2 (180 seconds).

The following versions of PG-350 are available:PG-350E SRM (with PMA sensor for O2) and PG-350G (Galvanic sensor for O2).

In addition special versions of PG-3x4 with CH4 measurement are available on request.

For all versions Horiba are offering a wide range of accessories (probes etc.).

They would also like to present the ENDA-5000 series of emission (stack gas) analysers which have been certified to EN15267-3:2007 and QAL 1 as defined in EN 14181: 2004. The ENDA-5000 series is certified by MCERT’s and has TÜV approval also.

The ENDA-5000 series offers multiple component analysis and can be supplied as turnkey systems with all ancillary devices to meet the certification configuration.


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