Levels of oxygen in dry chlorine in hydrochloric acid synthesis are monitored by means of an on-line analyzer system that can be equipped with two different measuring technologies: Alternating Pressure Paramagnetic or Tunable Diode Laser (TDL) analyzer system.
The purpose of determination of moisture in dry chlorine is threefold: prevent corrosion, prevent formation of ferric chloride and control the overall drying process. AppliTek offers two different solutions for determination of moisture: one traditional method by means of an amperometric phosphoric pentoxide (P2O5) electrochemical cell, or a more advanced technique based on tunable diode laser technology (TLDS). Both analyzer systems are installed in a compact protective corrosion resistant cabinet.
Levels of of hydrogen in the hydrogen feed of the HCl burner are reliably measured and controlled by means of AppliTek’s thermal conductivity analyzer system. The analyzer system is suited for use in hazardous environments and meets ATEX or NEC500 compliance standards.
A new EC regulation states that diesel engines need to have active cleaning with urea injection in order to reduce NOx emissions. In order to control the urea dosage, a reliable measurement system is required. OPSIS LD500 laser diode gas analyser for monitoring ammonia (NH3), has been tested and approved by German TÜV, in accordance with the EURO VI standard.
AppliTek’s gas analyzer system allows to monitor and control precisely oxygen levels in the hydrogen feed of the HCl burner. The analyzer system can be equipped with either an electrochemical cell, by alternating Pressure Paramagnetic or with a Tunable Diode Laser (TDL).