ETG - Model 6900 X - Gas Analyzers Laser based TDL
CH4/NH3 extractive gas analyzer tunable diode laser based combined with CO2 (NDIR) and O2. Ambient temperature. 19” Rack mounting. Minimum Standard range to be defined. Maximum Standard range to be defined. Limit of detection to be defined. Signal output 4-20 mA. Other technical details please to download the technical bulletin.
Gas analysis & monitoring systems for water - natural sciences - Water and Wastewater
In nature, the chemical elements can be represented by more isotopes, or atoms of the same element, characterized by a different number of neutrons in the nucleus. When the proton / neutron ratio does not exceed that value likely to upset the balance of the atom, resulting in the phenomenon known as stabilization of radioactive decay, the isotope is called stable. That is, over time, will not tend to emit energy and sub-nuclear particles to gain energy stability, giving rise, at the end of the process, the ...
Gas analysis & monitoring systems for greenhouse gases analysis - Monitoring and Testing
The rising levels of manmade greenhouse gases (GHGs) in the atmosphere and their resulting impact on climate is now one of the single biggest technological and environmental challenges facing the world. This makes intensified monitoring of these gases more critical than ever in order to better quantify the role of the numerous natural and manmade sources, sinks and buffers involved in the cycles of GHGs. It also enables us to objectively audit GHG fluxes at the factory, city, country and continental level. Such ...
Gas analysis & monitoring systems for biogas analysis - Energy - Bioenergy
“Biogas” means a mixture of various types of gas (mostly methane) produced by bacterial fermentation in anaerobic conditions(absence of oxygen) of organic residues from waste, decaying plant, carcasses in putrescence. The analyzers of biogas by Infrared cells carry out the continuous analysis of CH4, O2, CO2, H2S and NH3. The whole process sees the decomposition of organic material by some types of bacteria, producing carbon dioxide, molecular hydrogen and methane(methane conversion of organic ...
Gas analysis & monitoring systems for soil degassing - Soil and Groundwater - Soil and Groundwater Monitoring and Testing
The migration of magma towards the surface in a volcano is usually accompanied by the release of gas that was previously dissolved in the magma itself. In an open conduit volcano, most of the gas escapes through the main conduits of the volcano and then through the craters. However, a significant proportion (approximately 10%) of the total quantity of gas can escape laterally through faults and fractures that are normally present in the flanks of a volcano. Therefore, increases in the amount of gas emitted usually ...
Gas analysis & monitoring systems for medical imaging - Health Care
The molecules can be deliberately labeled with stable isotopes, in one or more positions, and since they are minimally discriminated in metabolic processes, may be used as a tracer in chemical and biological studies.
Gas analysis & monitoring systems for gas purity - Monitoring and Testing
The purity of a gas is an indication of the amount of other gases contained in it. A high purity refers to a low amount of other gases. High purity gas are considered to be of better quality and are generally more expensive. The purity of the gas can be expressed as a percentage or as a decimal fraction. Applications for checking the purity of the gases across different industrial sectors by air separation plants, cryogenic facilities, the quality control of industrial gases to the steel mills, etc.
Isotopic Signatures of Foods and Other Natural Products
Today’s natural products are sourced, shipped and used all over the world. Suppliers and retailers face increasing customer and government pressure to be fully transparent in the true provenance and history of all the content within such products. An example of this is the Country of Origin Labeling (COOL) program introduced by the USDA in 2009. This creates a need for improved analytical tools that can track natural products. In addition, higher value natural products, such as maple syrup and particularly...
Ultraportable CH4/CO2/H2O for natural gas leak detection
LGR offers a comprehensive, easy-to-use and economical system for natural gas leak detection, quantification and mapping (to Google Earth). Competitive systems consist of costly and delicate equipment and require long-term leases, and expensive software licenses and maintenance contracts. In contrast, LGR’s Natural Gas Leak Detection Systems (NGLD), composed of LGR’s renowned Ultraportable CH4/CO2/H2O and CH4/H2O analyzers, industry standard anemometers (wind velocity) and GPS detectors (geographical...
3 years extended warranty on ETG products
Rely on our extended coverage options long after your initial investment. ETG RISORSE E TECNOLOGIA offers you the best warranty coverage in the industry. We recommend our optional three-year Extended Product. The extended warranty don’t include consummables, incorrect use ad wheater damage. Repairs don’t include shipment cost.
Stack Emission Monitoring for Naval application
Emission Monitoring system for naval application ETG 7500 Monitored Gas CO2 (NDIR) 0-25% SO2 (NDUV) 0-50 ppm Automatic calculation SO2/CO2 ratio Certification in process with RINA ETG Choose DOAS UV because it has low interferences in the application gas stream, and particularly for water vapour, the NDIR has a big influence vs autozero conditions, and measurement influence against water vapour concentration.Water vapour has not this influence on CO2 NDIR measurement.Connection: Usb remoting (for expert...
Landfill Methane Emission Monitoring
Methane (CH4) plays a critical role in the radiation balance and chemistry of the atmosphere. The major anthropogenic sources are anaerobic production from landfills, ruminant animals and their waste, release from the mining and use of fossil fuel, burning of biomass, etc.. On average, over the global scale, landfill methane emissions contribute between 10-19% of the anthropogenic methane burden into the atmosphere CH4 is a potent greenhouse gas – about 25 times stronger than CO and outgases from reservoirs...