Since ozone is a very unstable gas, an ozone generator continuously producing ozone span gas is needed to calibrate ozone analyzers. This apparatus can be calibrated only to a limited extent because the ozone generator is controlled by the intensity of the UV source.
The calibration system serves the mandatory zero and end point verification of gas analyzers, especially those in automated measuring networks. The use of permeation tubes instead of bottled span gases yields a reasonably priced solution for the span gads generation of, for example, SO2 or hydrocarbon components.
The calibration system MK5/MK10 is equipped with standard modules for the different methods of generating span gas based on the specific application. The generated span gas is provided depressurized for output. The MK5 series can be equipped with max. 5, the MK10 series with max. 10 modules. Used to calibrate gas analyzers in labs, service ...
Modular calibration system primarily designed as transfer standard to synchronize analyzers in different measuring stations. Transport of the span gas cylinders normally used as transfer standard is unnecessary when using a permeation oven.
Computer-controlled gas mixture generation for interference and response sensitivity test, linearity test, and calibration. Used for quality assurance of analyzers or gas sensors in labs, service, and working gases in production processes.
PC-controlled multipoint multi-component span gas generation for up to 32 measuring stations or 25 m³ span gas / hour. Up to 16 bottled span gases can be connected and mixed into one span gas. An ozone generator can be integrated to generate ozone span gas or for gas phase titration with ozone.
Compact system for PC-controlled multipoint multi-component span gas generation for up to 25 l of span gas / hour. Up to 8 gases can be mixed into one span gas. An ozone generator can be integrated to generate ozone span gas or for gas phase titration with ozone.
Mixing chamber (injection chamber) to inject a known volume of a component to generate a gas mixture with known concentration. The process is the primary standard to generate gas mixtures to calibrate gas analyzers. The development was for the most part carried out by the National EU Clean Air Reference Lab, a division of the Federal Environmental ...
Mobile calibration system as transfer standard to determine the correction values for losses along the sampling path. A gas bag is used to add the known span gas concentration at the sampling of the measuring station. The analysis system can be calibrated to compensate for the losses due to sampling.
The IONICON Liquid Calibration Unit (LCU) evaporates aqueous standards into a gas stream, resulting in a gas flow containing compounds at defined trace concentrations. This gas can be used for precise calibration of trace gas analyzers over an extensive range of compounds and concentrations.