The G210 is for highly accurate measurement and quality verification of piped N2O and O2 in hospitals. Geotech's portable and lightweight G210 has been developed to measure piped hospital gas and leak detection in hospitals.
Gas analysis system for up to 8 (special solution 10) gases / ranges simultaneously. gases, measuring ranges, gas transportation and gas processing customer specific. high-contrast color touch screen, intuitive operation. suitable for fully automatic operation in process control / monitoring.
The oil detection pan is developed for a rapid on-site analysis of soil and groundwater for floating contaminants e.g. soaps, dyestuffs and all kinds of oil derivates such as tar, lubricating oil, kerosine and petrol.
For complete Continuous Emission Monitoring Systems (CEMS) or continuous process analyser solutions, Protea can provide out core analyser technology integrated with suitable sampling system control in a cabinet.
For highly selective gas measurements of one or two gases, Tunable Diode Laser Absorption Spectroscopy (TDLAS) has been introduced by Protea into compact and easy to use industrial gas analyser systems.
For measurement of oxygen (O2), the zirconia (ZrO2) lambda sensor is used by Protea. This sensor responds to the difference in oxygen concentration on the sample gas side of the sensor, compared to the reference side (ambient air). This response manifests itself as a non-linear induced voltage. This voltage is linearised and calibrate via ...
In order to achieve gaseous calibrations of solvents that are liquid at room temperature, Protea has developed our evaporation calibrator. This unit uses a syringe pump to control accurate liquid doses into a heated carrier gas stream. This allows ppm levels to % Volume levels of gas calibrations to be carried out for solvents. The evaporation ...
For measurement of gases that do not require hot measurements, Protea can supply sample probes of various material construction. This includes probes made of materials such as PEEK allowing for measurement of possible corrosive gases.