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Felix - Research and Laboratory Equipment

by Felix Technology Inc.     based in Concord, ONTARIO (CANADA)

Felix Technology Inc. presents research and laboratory equipment in various fields including Electrical Engineering equipment, Computing equipment, Field equipment, Micro/Nano Fabrication Laboratory equipment. The set of instruments presented below will be particularly suited to universities and research institutes.

Signal - Model StreetNOx - Reference Method System for Measuring NOx

by Signal Group Ltd     based in Camberley, UNITED KINGDOM

With the footprint of a telephone exchange cabinet the StreetNOx is a reference method system for measuring NOx by the roadside. It is available for measuring other gases such as SOx and can also be configured with a particulate monitor in addition to the NOx detector. Roadside ambient air quality monitoring system for NOx or any single gas ...

Portable Gas Detection

by Concept Controls Inc     based in La Porte, TEXAS (USA)

If your crew is on the move, you need safety equipment that moves with them. In a confined space or remote location, a portable gas detection device is the first and most important warning system you have.

Mobile Tracer Detection System

by Wasson-ECE Instrumentation     based in Fort Collins, COLORADO (USA)

Tracer tagging technology has become an increasingly popular method of locating leaks and tracing flow paths in high voltage cables, hazardous waste containers, interstate natural gas pipelines, and oil wells. Wasson-ECE provides the industry standard in turn-key mobile tracer detection systems. The systems come fully configured with control and ...

Model MIR-9000 - Continuous Emissions Monitoring Systems

by a1-cbiss     based in Birkenhead, UNITED KINGDOM

Measurement Technique: Utilising Infra-Red Gas Filter Correlation allows the MIR-9000 to offer up to ten gas measurements simultaneously, including Nitric Oxide (NO), Nitrogen Dioxide (NO2), Sulphur Dioxide (SO2), Carbon Monoxide (CO), even Hydrogen Chloride (HCl) and Hydrogen Fluoride (HF).

Sonimix - Model 3030 - Gas Calibration Systems

by LNI Schmidlin SA     based in Chatelaine-Geneva, SWITZERLAND

The SONIMIX 3030 is a calibration system, specially developed for simple applications.

HORIBA - Total System Integration / Multiple Pollutants Monitoring

by HORIBA Europe GmbH     based in Leichlingen, GERMANY

HORIBA designs, assembles, calibrates and tests complete integrated systems for simultaneously measuring multiple pollutants. A system for monitoring five pollutants can typically fit into one 19-inch rack. Rack-mounted systems can be installed in equipment rooms, stand-alone shelters, trailers, vans, large trucks, or aboard vessels. HORIBA can ...

Air check - Model Ex - H2 Gas Monitoring System

by PureAire Monitoring Systems, Inc     based in Lake Zurich, ILLINOIS (USA)

The Air check Ex H2 Gas Monitoring System is a compact gas monitoring system that’s ideal for continuously monitoring toxic and corrosive gases in hazardous areas. The Air check Ex non-intrusive calibration allows sensor calibration in hazardous areas without area declassification. The only tool required is a small magnetic wand, designed to ...

Model ADM 8027 - Ultrasonic Flow Meter

by FLEXIM Instruments UK Ltd     based in Northwich, UNITED KINGDOM

The FLUXUS ADM 8027 is FLEXIM's permanent flow meter for explosion hazard environments (being ATEX (IECEx) approved for usage in zones 1 and 2). With its rugged, flameproof and water-tight field-enclosure, the flow meter - which can easily be operated by a magnetic pen without having open the housing - is especially designed for its usage in rough ...

MCZ - Model CMK5 - Calibration System

by Umwelttechnik MCZ GmbH     based in Bad Nauheim, GERMANY

The calibration system serves the mandatory zero and end point verification of gas analyzers, especially those in automated measuring networks. The zero and end points are verified with a signal from the measuring network computer; the calibration can also be activated with the keyboard at the front of the CMK.

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