Analytical Gas Solutions

Improve process efficiency and safety with real-time gas analysis

Real-time gas analysis improves process efficiency, safety, throughput, product quality, and ensures environmental compliance. Gas analyzers help optimize reactors and provide greater safety assurance in petrochemical, power generation and combustion efficiency applications. Save time, money, and resources by collaboratively selecting the optimal gas analyzer solution from our range of products.

The Advanced Reflux Sampler is a self-contained two stage system designed to provide simple, fast and highly accurate sample conditioning analysis for severe process applications.

YARS100

The YARS100 is designed to provide conditioning for severe service analysis using a simple self-contained two stage system. The first stage is designed to provide filtration of particulate and passive cooling. As the sample reaches the second stage, it is directed through a transition piece which channels the air evenly across two active cooling elements. The cooling elements provide 360 degree contact between sample and coolant.

Gas density detectors and analyzers provide continuous measurement of gas density as well as several other valuable parameters, including specific gravity and molecular weight.

EXA GD402/GD40 Gas Density Analyzer

The EXA-based GD402/GED40 gas density analyzer is a fast and accurate process gas measurement and control device that is unaffected by ambient temperature, vibration or dust. It does not require reference gases or a constant temperature environment. The analyzer consists of a detector (GD40) and converter (GD402) that continuously measures gas density by calculating specific gravity, molecular weight, percent concentration and BTU content.

Hydrogen analyzers improve process efficiency, optimize reactors and provide greater safety assurance in petrochemical, power generation and combustion efficiency applications. Our solutions are accurate, reliable and provide a low cost of ownership.

EXA GD402/GD40 Hydrogen Purity Monitor

The EXA-based GD402/GED40 hydrogen purity monitor is a fast, accurate and reliable process gas measurement device that is unaffected by ambient temperature or vibration and does not require reference gases or a controlled temperature environment. It consists of a gas detector (GD40) and a signal converter (GD402) that fit directly into most generator stations. This monitor’s low maintenance design, self-diagnostic capabilities and easy to use programming provide a broad range of control options to meet the demanding environments of power producers.

XMTC

The XMTC thermal conductivity transmitter is suitable for thermal conductivity analysis of hydrogen and other gases. Its key features include stable glass-coated thermistors, single or dual gas push-button calibration, a PC interface package for digital output and is certified for use in hazardous areas.

NDIR analyzers allow for high sensitivity measurement of a variety of gas components including CO2, CO, CH4, NO, and SO2. Additionally, an O2 measurement can be made with a built-in paramagnetic analyzer or external zirconia analyzer.

IR200

The IR200 infrared gas analyzer is capable of measuring the concentrations of CO2, CO, CH4, SO2, NO and O2 components in sample gas. CO2, CO, CH4, SO2 and NO are measured by the non-dispersive infrared method (NDIR), while O2 is measured by the paramagnetic or zirconia method. A maximum of 4 components including O2 (up to 3 components except for O2 measurement) are simultaneously measurable.

IR400

The IR400 infrared gas analyzer is capable of measuring the concentrations of NO, SO2, CO2, CO, CH4 and O2 components in sample gas. NO, SO2, CO2, CO and CH4 are measured by the non-dispersive infrared method (NDIR), while O2 is measured by built-in paramagnetic sensor or external zirconia sensor. A maximum of 5 components including O2 (up to 4 components except for O2 measurement) are simultaneously measurable.

Oxygen analyzers provide valuable measurements in combustion control, process quality, safety and environmental applications. They can be used in a variety of measurement scenarios including, but not limited to, boiler trimming in power plants, furnace optimization in refinery and petrochemical applications, process safety in vent headers, and product quality in ethylene production.

IQ

The oxy.IQ is a highly reliable and cost-effective two-wire, loop-powered transmitter with a linearized 4 to 20 mA output. It measures oxygen in ten ppm ranges and seven percentage ranges. All ranges are user-selectable. This compact transmitter uses an advanced galvanic fuel cell that provides superior performance, accuracy, stability and a long life, even in hazardous environments.

TDLS8000

The TDLS8000 platform design is for in situ measurements which negate the need for sample extraction and conditioning. The non-contacting sensor allows for a variety of process types including corrosive, abrasive and condensing. The first generation platform has been proven in many others for the measurements of O2, CO, CH4, NH3, H2O and many more NIR absorbing gases.

XMO2

The XMO2 transmitter is a compact, rugged, online transmitter that provides computer-enhanced, drift-free oxygen measurement. It can be used wherever accurate and reliable long-term oxygen measurement is critical to process and product quality. This includes inserting/blanketing liquid storage tanks, reactor feed gases, flare gas, catalyst regeneration, oxygen purity and many other applications.

ZR22/ZR402

The ZR22/ZR402 is a single channel oxygen analyzer system that is used for combustion monitoring and control in a wide variety of applications, helping to make considerable achievements in energy saving. Combustion monitoring and control using the analyzer also contribute to a lowering of CO2, SOx and NOx emissions by allowing for more complete combustion, thus preventing global warming and air pollution.

ZR202

The ZR202 is an integral oxygen analyzer that is an intelligent, rebuildable, low-cost measurement device for in-situ humidity measurement. This smart probe features a local LCD display and infrared push-button operation for local adjustment of the instrument and calibration control. HART communication protocol allows easy configuration of the instrument as well as “up to the second” information on all process variables and diagnostic tools.

Process gas chromatographs are used for separating and analyzing chemical compounds in the gas phase of on-line industrial processes. Gas chromatograph instruments vaporize and distribute samples between a stationary and mobile phase, whereby a chemically inert gas carries molecules through a heated column.

GC8000

The GC8000 brings a number of important innovations in its gas chromatograph analytical capabilities. For the first time, parallel chromatography is made practical with the introduction of the GC Module (GCM) concept. By setting up virtual GCs within a single analyzer, all chromatograph settings, displays, and data are truly segregated for easy understanding and maintenance. The GC8000 also has a built-in 12-inch color touchscreen display that dramatically simplifies maintenance.

Tunable Diode Laser Spectrometers (TDLS) are laser-based gas analyzers that provide real-time optical analysis. TDLS technology offers measurements for process gas, flue gas, impurity analysis, custody transfer and safety, with in-situ and extractive methods supported.

TDLS220

The TDLS220 analyzer is specifically designed for accurate, reliable and low maintenance measurement of volume percent (vol%) oxygen in process gas streams. It is capable of measuring oxygen in a variety of process applications with gas temperatures up to 120 °C and pressures up to 100 psi under difficult conditions such as corrosive and aggressive service.

TDLS500

With the TDLS500 (ICOS) analyzer, rapid and continuous measurements are possible for the first time in a process hardened analyzer. Traditionally trace level analysis in process conditions has required the use of process gas chromatographs. The major drawback of this approach has been the analysis time required (typically minutes), and the fact that a continuous measurement is not possible.

TDLS8000

The TDLS8000 platform design is for in situ measurements which negate the need for sample extraction and conditioning. The non-contacting sensor allows for a variety of process types including corrosive, abrasive and condensing. The first generation platform has been proven in many others for the measurements of O2, CO, CH4, NH3, H2O and many more NIR absorbing gases.