Calibration Gas Generator supports automated humidity control.
January 3, 2013 -
FlexStream™ Modular Gas Standards Generating System is available with Automated Humidity Control option, which allows simulation of real sample streams. System dilutes emission from permeation or diffusion tubes with inert gas to create trace concentration gas mixtures. As end module, FlexStream™ HG saturates portion of inert dilution gas with water and mixes it with dry, trace component carrying gas to form humidified mixture that is adjustable by varying ratio of wet to dry gas.
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LaMarque, TX, 77568 4202
Automated Humidity Control for FlexStream(TM) Calibration Gas Generator
• Trace Concentration Gas Mixtures
• Calibrating Ambient Air Monitors
• Evaluating Sensor Systems
• Testing Air Filter Efficiency and Capacity
Kin-Tek has added an Automated Humidity Control option to the FlexStream™ Modular Gas Standards Generating System. Adding humidity allows simulation of real sample streams.
The FlexStream™ System dilutes the emission from permeation or diffusion tubes with an inert gas, typically nitrogen or zero air, to create trace concentration – ppm, ppb and pptr – gas mixtures. An internal microprocessor sets the operating mode and adjusts dilution flow to achieve the required concentrations.
The FlexStream™ HG fits into the system as the end module. A portion of the inert dilution gas is saturated with water and mixed with dry, trace component carrying gas to form the humidified mixture. Humidity is adjusted by varying the ratio of wet to dry gas. Typically, values from 20% RH to about 90% RH can be achieved.
The system can also be controlled remotely by a PC or process computer using Modbus® connectivity.
For more information, please write or call: KIN-TEK Laboratories, Inc., 504 Laurel, La Marque, TX 77568,
Phone: (409) 938-3627,
Fax: (409) 938-3710
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