epa method 25a Equipment

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Pollution - Model Polaris FID - Portable Flame Ionization Detection Analyzer

by Pollution Srl     based in Budrio, ITALY

POLARIS FID is an on-site portable TOC Analyser (Total Hydrocarbon Analyzer) for Stack Emissions in compliance with EN12619, EN13526 and EPA METHOD 25A. Our portable heated FID (flame ionization detection) analyzer is TÜV Rheinald certified. It is a fully portable instrument because it incorporates everything needed for the analysis.

J.U.M. - Model 3-600 - High Temperature Total Hydrocarbon Analyzer

by J.U.M. Engineering GmbH     based in Karlsfeld, GERMANY

The J.U.M Heated Total Hydrocarbon Analyzer Model 3-600 FID is another low cost alternative to continuously measure the total concentration of hydrocarbons within a gaseous sample. This can be ambient air, exhaust gases from a combustion process e.g. stack emissions, from any type of an industrial vent, from an internal combustion engine, or from ...

Baseline - Model Series 9000 H - Heated Hydrocarbon Analyzer

by MOCON - Baseline     based in Lyons, COLORADO (USA)

The Baseline Series 9000 H is a high-temperature member of the extraordinary Series 9000 family of gas analyzers. The Series 9000 is the candidate of choice whenever accurate, reliable hydrocarbon analysis is required.

Cal Gas Diluter

by Millenium Instruments Inc.     based in Spring Grove, ILLINOIS (USA)

A gas dilution system can provide known values of calibration gases through controlled dilution of high-level calibration gases with an appropriate dilution gas. The instrument test methods in 40 CFR Part 60--e.g., Methods 3A, 6C, 7E, 10, 15, 16, 20, 25A, and 25B-- require on-site, multi-point calibration using gases of known concentrations. A gas ...

Fume Incinerators

by Wisconsin Oven Corporation     based in East Troy, WISCONSIN (USA)

Safeguard Your Workplace with Wisconsin Oven Thermal Incinerators: small fume Wisconsin Oven Corporation designs and builds thermal incinerators for oxidizing the fumes from the exhaust streams of ovens. Most often, the contaminants are smoke, paint fumes, or solvents. We manufacture fume incinerators, but we do not manufacture incinerators for ...

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