Spectrometers provide real-time industrial gas analysis.

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Featuring dual ADC architecture and advanced mirror drive control electronics, rugged FTIR system is packaged with externally mounted, corrosion-resistant gas cells with path lengths from 1 cm to 60 m. Devices offer multicomponent, extractive gas phase analysis and include thermal isolation for ambient to 240°C operation. Also incorporated is digital spectral library with over 150 EPA HAPs and AutoQuant Pro(TM) software enabling simultaneous display of trend charts, IR spectra, and concentration tables.



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Titan Gas Analyzers



Titan industrial FTIR systems provide real-time, multi-component extractive gas phase analysis for applications including industrial hygiene, CEM, process optimization/control, specialty gas QC, and research. The rugged industrial spectrometer is packaged with externally mounted, corrosion-resistant gas cells. Cell pathlengths range from 1 cm to 60 meters. Thermal isolation from the spectrometer allows operation from ambient to 240°C, allowing moist sample streams to be analyzed without condensation.

Titan gas analyzers feature new dual ADC architecture and advanced mirror drive control electronics. Combined with customized IR detectors for ultimate sensitivity, these systems can achieve low ppb detection levels for most of the compounds of interest, including formaldehyde, in real world conditions.

MIDAC's powerful, fully proven AutoQuant Pro(TM) software package is optimized for quantitative gas phase analysis and can provide simultaneous display of trend charts, IR spectra, and concentration tables. MIDAC's Standards digital spectral library, which contains over 150 of the EPA's HAPs (Hazardous Air Pollutants), completes the Titan package for turnkey analytical capability.

Online, multi-stream models are available with NEMA rated enclosures and fully automated valve control for unattended operation. In addition, systems can be equipped with optical switching between sample cells to accommodate the need for different sample pathlengths or to prevent cross-contamination.

For more information call or write: MIDAC, 130 McCormick Ave #111, Costa Mesa, CA 92626; Phone (714) 546-4322; Fax (714) 546-4311; midac.com; email: info@midac.com.

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