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TAPI ambient monitoring equipment

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    TAPI - Model 465M - Process Ozone Monitor

    The Model 465M is a microprocessor based medium range ozone monitor for measuring process ozone concentrations in water treatment, food processing, and research applications. The design has been specifically optimized for applications requiring the measurement of ozone at near-ambient pressure such as water treatment contactor off-gas measurement. ...

    By Teledyne API based in San Diego, CALIFORNIA (USA). from Process Ozone Monitor Product line

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    TAPI - Model 651 - Ultrafine Particle Monitor

    The Model 651 Ultrafine Particle Monitor provides a simple and reliable solution for the real time monitoring of ultrafine particle (UFP) concentrations in ambient air. The instrument uses a condensation particle counting technique, using water as the condensing fluid followed by laser detection. UFPs down to 7nm in size are detected, with time ...

    By Teledyne API based in San Diego, CALIFORNIA (USA). from Ultrafine Particle Monitor Product line

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    TAPI - Model T100 - UV Fluorescence SO2 Analyzer

    The Model T100 SO2 analyzer uses the proven UV fluorescence principle and advanced electronics to allow accurate, dependable, continuous measurements for ambient air quality, stack gas monitoring and other applications.

    By Teledyne API based in San Diego, CALIFORNIA (USA). from UV Fluorescence SO2 Analyzer Product line

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    TAPI - Model T200 - Chemiluminescence NO/NO2/NOX Analyzer

    The Model T200 NO/NO2/NOx analyzer uses the proven chemiluminescence detection principle, coupled with state-of-the-art electronics to allow accurate and dependable low level measurements for use as an ambient analyzer or dilution CEMS monitor.

    By Teledyne API based in San Diego, CALIFORNIA (USA). from Chemiluminescence NO/NO2/NOX Analyzer Product line

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    TAPI - Model T300 - Gas Filter Correlation CO Analyzer

    Using IR Gas Filter Correlation technology, the Model T300 CO analyzer produces excellent zero and span stability, high signal-to-noise ratio, and provides advanced electronics to allow accurate, dependable, continuous measurements for ambient air quality, stack gas monitoring and other applications.

    By Teledyne API based in San Diego, CALIFORNIA (USA). from Gas Filter Correlation CO Analyzer Product line

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    TAPI - Model T101 - UV Fluorescence H2S Analyzer

    The Model T101 H2S analyzer uses the proven UV fluorescence principle to measure hydrogen sulfide at levels commonly required for ambient air monitoring. The Model T101 is equipped with an internally mounted catalytic converter set at 315°C to convert H2S to SO2. A switching mode alternately measures H2S and SO2 while showing both readings ...

    By Teledyne API based in San Diego, CALIFORNIA (USA). from UV Fluorescence H2S Analyzer Product line

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    TAPI - Model T201 - Chemiluminescence NH3 Analyzer

    The Model T201 combines a specially configured chemiluminescence analyzer with an external thermal converter to give stable and repeatable NH3 measurements at very low levels. In addition, the T201 provides simultaneous values for NO, NO2, and NOx concentrations. The T201 is ideal for trace ammonia monitoring applications in ambient air as well as ...

    By Teledyne API based in San Diego, CALIFORNIA (USA). from Chemiluminescence NH3 Analyzer Product line

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    TAPI - Model T102 - UV Fluorescence TRS Analyzer

    The Model T102 TRS analyzer uses the proven UV fluorescence principle to measure Total Reduced Sulfur at levels commonly required for ambient air monitoring. The Model T102 uses a high temperature external converter set at 850°C to allow conversion of H2S, methyl mercaptan, dimethyldisulfide, and methyl-disulfide to SO2 at this temperature with ...

    By Teledyne API based in San Diego, CALIFORNIA (USA). from UV Fluorescence TRS Analyzer Product line

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