measuring exhaust volume Equipment

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Exhausters With Pre-Inlet

by Aerzener Maschinenfabrik GmbH     based in Aerzen, GERMANY

For pre-inlet cooling the housing is equipped with an additional third socket on the suction side. The lube oil supply is effected by splash oil lubrication. The conveying chamber is sealed by a sealing system. Driving shaft by double radial seal rings with grease barrier. Direction of flow vertically from top to bottom. The drive can be effected ...

HORIBA - Model CVS-ONE Series - Constant Volume Sampler

by HORIBA Europe GmbH     based in Leichlingen, GERMANY

The CVS-ONE series is designed for the measurement of diluted emissions from vehicles and engines. The new integrated operating platform, HORIBA ONE PLATFORM is adopted for the CVS-ONE. The hardware has been significantly downsized from previous designs, reducing test cell footprint requirements. It introduces new functions and is more ...

Model IM 1440P - Multichannel Exhaust Gas Analyzer

by IM Environmental Equipment Germany GmbH     based in Heilbronn, GERMANY

The IM 1440P is a multichannel exhaust gas analyzer that can be equipped with up to 4 sensors. Its basic unit has a O2 (Oxygen) and a CO (Carbon Monoxide) sensor. The other two sensors are customer selectable as well as the measuring ranges. Therefore the IM1440P can be used in almost all industrial applications.

FlowFinder - Model mk-2 - Balometers

by ACIN instrumenten bv     based in Rijswijk, NETHERLANDS

The FlowFinder mk-2 is the successor of the wellknown FlowFinder. This fully automatic air flow measurement device measures both mechanical air supply and exhaust. In the last 25 years it has proven itself as the benchmark for airflow measurement.     

FLOWSIC - Model 100 - Gas Flow Measuring Devices

by KELMA NV     based in Niel, BELGIUM

Emissions monitoring: Continuous, non-contact, and direct – the FLOWSIC100 Emission devices supply accurate and reliable measurements of the volume flow and gas velocity in flue-gas, exhaust-gas ducts or chimneys. They fulfill the requirements of the German Clean Air Regulations and the Federal German Pollution Control Act (13th, 17th and ...

Xerxes - Diesel Exhaust Fluid Storage Tanks

by Xerxes Corporation     based in Minneapolis, MINNESOTA (USA)

Changing regulations and new diesel engine technology are creating demand for a new product, Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF). The DEF is stored in the on-board containers of newer diesel engine vehicles and injected into the exhaust stream. It is designed to be used with the Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) systems that are now mandated on many new ...

Greenhouse Cogeneration / CHP

by Clarke Energy     based in Liverpool, UNITED KINGDOM

Gas engines are highly efficient at providing the stimulus for the growth of plants, whilst in parallel providing a flexible supply of electrical power. Heat, light and carbon dioxide (CO2) all promote plant growth. Gas engines provide electrical power at the alternator and when in a cogeneration configuration can also recover useful heat. Carbon ...

SUREFLOW Adaptive Offset Controller

by TSI Incorporated     based in Shoreview, MINNESOTA (USA)

SUREFLOW™ room controls are designed to maintain room balance in Variable Air Volume laboratories by ensuring that the exhaust is greater than or less than the supply by a set volume. SUREFLOW controls also directly control heating and cooling in the space to maintain a comfortable temperature. TSI's controls are able to go the additional step and ...

SUREFLOW Room Pressure Monitors/Controllers

by TSI Incorporated     based in Shoreview, MINNESOTA (USA)

TSI SUREFLOW™ Room Pressure Controls are designed to actually measure the room pressure differential used to prevent chemical vapors from escaping outside the lab. Monitor versions are used in constant volume laboratories to warn building occupants of operating deficiencies. Controller versions go a step further by modulating supply and exhaust ...

Laser-Induced Incandescence (LII) System

by Dantec Dynamics     based in Skovlunde, DENMARK

Soot is considered a hazardous pollutant emission, and is typically a result of incomplete combustion processes and is thus also related to combustion performance. Laser-Induced Incandescence (LII) is a laser-optical measurement technique dedicated to soot diagnostics. LII can provide measurements of soot volume fraction in e.g. Diesel engine ...

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