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Weld Purge Gas Monitor meets needs of process industries.

Huntingdon Fusion Techniques-USA, Inc.    Melbourne, FL 32936-1175
May 07, 2014 Intended for process industries, PurgEye® 200 Weld Purge Monitor reads oxygen levels down to 10 ppm. Internal electro-mechanical pump automatically draws samples of gas over sensor before discharging it to atmosphere, and lifetime sensor eliminates need for changing cells. Alarm signals can be given by handheld, rechargeable battery-powered unit to show when purge gas level is within or outside preset range.

Rugged Flow Monitor operates in challenging environments.

Badger Meter, Inc.    Milwaukee, WI 53224
Sep 18, 2013 Supplied in NEMA 4X enclosure, ER-500 Series is rated for Class I, Div. 1 hazardous areas. Multi-point linearization tables are supported, and alarm parameters accelerate warnings when changes occur in process or pipeline. Along with dot-matrix display, features include simultaneous display of rate and total as well as standard, batch, and grand totals. Flowmeters provide accuracy from ±0.5% to ±1% and measure viscous and caustic fluid (up to 1,000 cP) flows from 0.07–185 gpm.

Leak, Emissions, Flow Monitors serve power/utility industry.

Leak, Emissions, Flow Monitors serve power/utility industry.

Auburn Systems    Danvers, MA 01923
Apr 11, 2013 Comprising bag leak detectors, emission monitors, and solids flow monitors, TRIBO.dsp U3000 series measures particulate/dust emissions and dry solids flow. Core technology, TRIBO.dsp, unifies DC impaction (triboelectric) and AC induction electrostatic signals for optimal accuracy, reliability, and repeatability. Signals can be used to activate operational functions, such as alarms and relays, or generate continuous 4–20 mA or digital signals for trending/recording.

Control Panel monitors gas detectors in Zone 1/2 hazardous areas.

Control Panel monitors gas detectors in Zone 1/2 hazardous areas.

Crowcon Detection Instruments Ltd.    Erlanger, KY 41018
Mar 11, 2013 Installed in Atex Zone 1 and 2 hazardous areas, flameproof Vortex FP Compact monitors toxic and flammable gas detectors or fire detectors. Size suits confined spaces, and all daily operations can be performed without opening panel's enclosure. Gas levels, alarms, and faults are viewed through window, and all system functions are accessed via buttons or included Crowmag magnetic key. Rated IP66 for dust and water ingress, panel contains up to 16 relays and can also monitor up to 12 detectors.

Gas Valve Manifold increases safety with integrated controller.

Semi-Gas Systems, Inc.    San Jose, CA 95112
Feb 15, 2013 Available in 4-, 6-, and 8-stick configurations as well as custom designs, semi-automatic Megaturion™ Bulk Valve Manifold Box (VMB) hazardous process gas distribution system features PLC-based GigaGuard™ GSM (gas safety monitor) controller with 4.3 in. color touchscreen. Prompts and alarms help reduce operator error and increase safety, and operators can configure inputs and outputs as well as adjust set points and limits. Local and remote system shutdown capabilities are also included.

Flow Switch/Monitor accommodates water and wastewater operations.

Flow Switch/Monitor accommodates water and wastewater operations.

Fluid Components International    San Marcos, CA 92069
Nov 29, 2012 Model FS10A Analyzer Flow Switch/Monitor is designed for use with tubing from 1/8-½ in. Able to detect low flow rates, product has no moving parts and can be set up via 2 front panel pushbuttons or PC over integrated RS232C I/O. Unit features 10-LED array, for visual indication of flow rate, and programmable limit alarms. Electronic outputs can include open collector, relay, or 4-20 mA outputs, while electronics can be mounted with device or remotely from sensor element.

Phase Monitor analyzes supercritical and high pressure fluids.

Phase Monitor analyzes supercritical and high pressure fluids.

Supercritical Fluid Technologies, Inc.    Newark, DE 19711
Jun 06, 2012 Designed to determine solubility of various compounds and mixtures in supercritical and high-pressure fluids, SFT Phase Monitor II provides direct, visual observation of dissolution, precipitation, and crystallization of materials under conditions precisely controlled by researcher. Effect of co-solvents on solubility of compounds of interest may be investigated as well. Monitor can perform experiments at pressures up to 10,000 psi and from ambient temperature to 150°C.

Residual Gas Analyzers support Web-based reporting, control.

Residual Gas Analyzers support Web-based reporting, control.

MKS    Andover, MA 01810 2449
May 14, 2012 Quadrupole monitors HPQ3 and HPQ3S are PVD chamber sensors that do not require differential pumping. Able to detect single figure ppm air leaks during PVD process while simultaneously monitoring all gas species in mass range of 1-100 amu, analyzers feature ion source with dual filaments to ensure failure backup and continuous uninterrupted operation. Respectively, HPQ3 and HPQ3S provide data for processes up to total pressure of 1.3e-3 and 1e-2mbar.

DGA Monitoring System is designed to protect transformers.

LumaSense Technologies, Inc.    Santa Clara, CA 95054
May 14, 2012 Used to enhance grid reliability, SmartDGA(TM) Guide helps electric utilities augment condition-based maintenance for transformer and load tap changer (LTC) fleets. System can monitor all 9 gases used in dissolved gas analysis (DGA) as well as moisture, and optional integration with LumaSMART fiber optics technology, which directly measures winding hot-spot temperatures within transformers, lets utilities monitor temperature and gas. Also, design reduces installation time to hours.

Dissolved Gas Monitor proactively diagnoses transformer failures.

LumaSense Technologies, Inc.    Santa Clara, CA 95054
Apr 30, 2012 SmartDGA(TM) Guard continuously measures and reports multiple gases - hydrogen, acetylene, and CO - as well as moisture in transformers to help electric utilities improve grid reliability by diagnosing faults before they lead to serious incidents. With modular shape that enables installation within hours, online dissolved-gas analysis (DGA) monitor uses non-dispersive infrared (NDIR) gas sensing technology and is available with fully integrated communications for Smart Grid deployment.

Dissolved Gas Analysis Monitor suits load tap changers.

LumaSense Technologies, Inc.    Santa Clara, CA 95054
Apr 02, 2012 Employing non-dispersive infrared technology, SmartDGA(TM) can help utilities achieve widespread condition monitoring across generation, transmission, and distribution assets, minimizing outages caused by faulty load tap changers and transformers. System uses proprietary algorithm, developed in accordance with utility standards, to analyze and report LTC conditions. SmartDGA requires no carrier gas, no frequent calibrations, and can be retrofitted to LTC's to provide asset condition status.

Purge and Barhole Tester is suited for confined spaces.

RKI Instruments, Inc.    Union City, CA 94587
Mar 22, 2012 With IP66 protection, Model GX-2012 offers capabilities for datalogging as well as purge and barhole testing for pipeline companies and gas utilities. Unit can monitor standard confined space gases - LEL combustibles, O2 deficiency, CO, and H2S - as well as 100% volume Methane while dynamically displaying either percent LEL or percent volume with auto-ranging ability. Along with internal sample drawing pump, 5-sensor portable gas monitor features calibration and bump test reminders.

Flow Totalizer can be used as monitor or controller.

Aalborg Instruments    Orangeburg, NY 10962
Feb 28, 2012 Aalborg®'s TIO totalizer can be used as monitor for GFM and AFM flow meters or as controller with GFCs and AFCs. It converts analog mass flow meters and controllers into precision digital units via RS 232 or RS 485 interfaces (multi-drop capacity up to 64 devices). Two fully independent programmable totalizers allow up to 9 digit total readings and are updated every 100 msec. Totalizer can be used with third party devices with 0-5 Vdc / 4-20 mA inputs and outputs.

Cross Stack Monitor utilizes tunable diode laser technology.

Cross Stack Monitor utilizes tunable diode laser technology.

Servomex Group Ltd    Crowborough East Su TN6 3DU  United Kingdom
Nov 09, 2011 Able to detect wide range of gases, SERVOTOUGH LaserCompact 2900 delivers true continuous in-situ monitoring and is optimized for measurement across pipes and along short cells. Unit utilizes Tunable Diode Laser Spectroscopy technology to deliver response time of less than 2 seconds with minimal interference from background gases. Certified to ATEX and IECEx standards, LaserCompact is suitable for gas measurements in hot, dirty, or dangerous environments.

CO/Nitrogen Dioxide Transmitters support in-field calibration.

CO/Nitrogen Dioxide Transmitters support in-field calibration.

Dwyer Instruments, Inc.    Michigan City, IN 46361
Sep 19, 2011 Used to monitor gas concentration in underground parking garages and loading docks, Series GSTA offers field-selectable current and voltage outputs that allow transmitters to be used with almost any building management controller. User can select output range to be 0-200 or 0-500 ppm for carbon monoxide (CO) units, and nitrogen dioxide units come with 0-10 ppm range. Using internal dip switches, output can be inverted to read 20-24 mA or 10 (5) to 0 Vdc.

Mobile Gas Monitoring Device uses wireless technology.

Mobile Gas Monitoring Device uses wireless technology.

Safety Supply South LLC    Irmo, SC 29063
Aug 22, 2011 Developed for use at industrial sites, Dräger X-zone 5000 is used in conjunction with Dräger X-am 5000 personal gas detection device to create wireless fence line alarm for toxic gases. Transportable device can be used individually or as part of continuous wireless network with up to 25 units for monitoring large areas, such as pipelines and storage tanks. Each unit continuously monitors up to 6 explosive, flammable, or toxic gases, and warns if one of them is present in ambient air.

Process Gas Analysers com in cross-stack, extractive versions.

Process Gas Analysers com in cross-stack, extractive versions.

Servomex, Inc.    Sugar Land, TX 77478
Jun 24, 2011 Featuring Tuneable Diode Laser (TDL) technology, SERVOTOUGH Laser series measures gases present in extreme or harsh process conditions. TDL technology minimizes response time and sample conditioning requirements while promoting stable performance without any moving parts or consumables. Series consists of Standard monitor for cross stack (in-situ) applications; compact variant for extractive and in-situ use; and MultiPass version for extractive trace analysis applications.

Online Transformer Monitor improves fleet reliability.

BPL Global, Ltd.    Cranberry Township, PA 16066
Mar 23, 2011 Serveron® Model TM1(TM) provides continuous dissolved gas analysis (DGA) monitoring of hydrogen gas in insulating oil along with alarm capability needed to maintain reliability of distribution transformers. Programmability allows alarm to be based on ppm levels and/or Rate of Change (ROC), warning operators of potentially disruptive transformer faults and pending failures. Optional moisture-in-oil and oil temperature measurements will also be available.

Gas Sampling Monitor features internal pump and sensors.

Gas Sampling Monitor features internal pump and sensors.

ENMET Corporation    Ann Arbor, MI 48106
Mar 08, 2011 With internal sample draw pump and gas sensors, microprocessor-based GSM-60 is designed for industrial process, aerospace, pharmaceutical, and semiconductor applications. It can be custom configured for monitoring combination of gas parameters, including VOCs, dew point, oxygen, and CO, or other target gases, such as O3, HF, HCl, Cl2, etc. Optionally, instrument may be connected to range of remote 4-20 mA toxic or combustible gas sensors/transmitters.

Gas Monitoring System serves environmental services market.

Trimble Navigation Limited    Sunnyvale, CA 94085-3913
Dec 08, 2010 Designed for environmental consultants and landfill operations managers, SiteFID(TM) integrates positioning and mobile computing capabilities coupled with Flame Ionization Detection (FID) gas sensor technology. End-to-end solution helps streamline workflow for mobile workers as well as improve accuracy and compliance while on site. Field samples, recorded with GPS coordinates in real-time during field survey, may be transferred from handheld to back-office compliance applications.




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