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Model PT500 - Multi-Channel Gas Controller

by Pem-Tech, Inc.     based in Sugar Land, TEXAS (USA)

Model PT500 is a microprocessor-based multi-channel controller that provides up to 4 channels of continuous gas detection. The controller is housed in a Nema 4X weatherproof enclosure. PT500 can be interfaced with any of Pem-Tech’s toxic and combustible gas sensors. The controller provides a front panel user interface with alarm LED ...

Model PT2008 - Wireless Gas Monitor & Controller

by Pem-Tech, Inc.     based in Sugar Land, TEXAS (USA)

PemTech's Model PT2008 Wireless Monitor has an operating frequency of 900 MHz. It interfaces with up to 64 Ultra 1000 series sensors, toxic and combustibles over wireless network. Model PT2008 displays sensor gas reading and status-like sensor calibration, fault and battery voltage. It is also available with real time data logging.

Model MX 32 - Toxic and Flammable Gas Detection Controller

by Oldham Gas     based in Arras Cedex, FRANCE

Introducing the MX 32 measurement and alarm unit suitable to protect equipment and personnel in atmospheres that may contain flammable and toxic gases. Available with one or two channels, the MX 32 offers tailor-made detection capabilities and exceptional programming possibilities compatible with a wide range of fixed gas detectors. The total cost ...

MCZ - Model MicroPNS - Gas Collector Control Module

by Umwelttechnik MCZ GmbH     based in Bad Nauheim, GERMANY

Collection on filter plates for the subsequent laboratory analysis (heavy metals) in samples. Control module MicroPNS as 19' rack model with switch for 8 filters. Collection system is mounted in a measuring station.

Model S02 ,S03 - Dry Acid Gas Scrubbing Control System

by PPC Air Pollution Control Systems     based in Longview, TEXAS (USA)

Easily installs ahead of existing particulate controls (e.g. dry electrostatic precipitator or baghouse).Minimal footprint.Lower installed capital cost than limestone slurry scrubber or spray dryer.Possible to use existing duct work with minimal modifications.No water discharge requirements.Used reagent and reaction products are handled with ...

DIA.NE - Gas Engine Control

by Clarke Energy     based in Liverpool, UNITED KINGDOM

DIA.NE is a user-friendly engine management system. A colour graphic display provides a clear overview of all information. This diagnostic instrument features an effective alarm management system with all error messages date stamped and clearly presented in tabular form to identify the sequence of events.

Model UPES - Multi-Channel Controller

by ESP Safety, Inc.     based in Houston, TEXAS (USA)

ESP Safety’s UPES Multi-Channel Controller offers maximum flexibility to users as a standalone, independent control system that can also be interfaced to a PLC or DCS system. This advanced microprocessor-based monitoring system is compatible with all flame-detection and gas-sensor products offered by ESP Safety. Utilizing the analog outputs, ...

Model AOM2000 - O3 Ozone Gas Monitor/Controller

by Absolute Systems Inc.     based in Edmonton, ALBERTA (CANADA)

O3 Detection and Controlling with Temperature/Humidity Detection. Real time detecting environment ozone gas. Temperature & Humidity detection. Provide one on/off dry contact relay output to control an ozone generator  or a fan. Japanese semiconductor sensor inside, high sensitivity to ozone gas. Strong function, high performance, low ...

Solid Gas Separation Systems

by Epcon Industrial Systems, LP     based in The Woodlands, TEXAS (USA)

Principle:  Combination of tangential, centrifugal and gravitational forces resulting in far more effective and superior separation.  Gases or Vapors From Solids  Far more efficient separation of carbon black, silica, coal fines, polymers, specialty and fine chemicals, other difficult solids, etc.

Flue Gas Recirculation Systems

by Epcon Industrial Systems, LP     based in The Woodlands, TEXAS (USA)

Flue Gas Recirculation (FGR) acts to reduce NOx formation by reducing peak flames temperatures. In conventional applications, the recirculated flue gas is typically extracted from the boiler outlet duct upstream of the air heater. The flue gas is then returned through a separate duct and hot gas fan to the combustion air duct that feeds the wind ...

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