multigas analyzers Equipment in Angola

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HORIBA - Model APMC-370 - Air Pollution Multigas Calibrator

by HORIBA Europe GmbH     based in Leichlingen, GERMANY

APMC-370 is designed to calibrate gas analyzers manually, remotely controlled or automatically. It is installed in air pollution monitoring stations, in laboratories for quality assurance and also in the production of gas analyzers.

MKS MultiGas - Model 2030 CEM - Gas Analyzer for Continuous Emissions Monitoring

by Apex Instruments, Inc.     based in Fuquay-Varina, NORTH CAROLINA (USA)

MultiGas 2030 CEM is an FTIR-based gas analyzer designed for continuous monitoring of emissions in effluent streams containing up to 40% of water. Permanently stored calibration spectra reduces the need for costly reference gas mixtures.

Model SANOA - Multi-Gas Long Path Air Quality Monitoring System

by Environnement S.A     based in Poissy, FRANCE

Multigas Open Path Differential Optical Absorption (DOAS) Spectrometry Analyzer. Multiple applications An innovative technology for multigas air quality monitoring.

Thermo-Scientific - Model 146i - Multigas Calibration System

by Thermo Scientific - Air Quality Instruments     based in Franklin, MASSACHUSETTS (USA)

The Model 146i mass flow controller  ozone generator, permeation tube oven, power supply and solenoid valves are integrated into a single microprocessor controlled unit. This permits easy to use menu driven software and a consistent set of operation screens for all calibration procedures. Additionally, the microprocessor can make many of the ...

MRU - Model Optima7 - Biogas Handheld Unit

by MRU Messgeräte für Rauchgase und Umweltschutz GmbH     based in Neckarsulm, GERMANY

Multigas analyzer, designed for Biogas-measurements as well as engine fluegas.

Model MGS300 - Continuous Emissions Monitoring System

by MKS Instruments, Inc.     based in Andover, MASSACHUSETTS (USA)

The MGS300 System is a fully integrated and certified continuous emissions monitoring system (CEMS) based on high resolution FTIR technology. It is designed to monitor emissions from stationary sources such as waste incinerators, power plants and cement kilns and is able to directly measure the composition of hot, wet and corrosive sample streams ...

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