Gas / Chemical Analyzers

Gas / Chemical Analyzers

Analyzer checks amount of water in oil.

H20il Analyzer System for upstream and midstream operations offers continuous measurement of water from 0 to 100%. Knowing and controlling water/oil content improves efficiency of oil recovery, maximizes oil quality by improving dehydration process, and minimizes transport of water. System is available in 2 to 8 in. models, all with FM approval. Applications include well testing, flow station,...

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CO2 Analyzer mounts on wall in NEMA enclosure.
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CO2 Analyzer mounts on wall in NEMA enclosure.

CEA 266 infrared C02 gas analyzer comes with water and dust tight NEMA 4X enclosure, digital display readout, 0-5 Vdc and 4-20 mA outputs, self-draining water trap and dust filter, and 2 user adjustable alarms and contact relays. It is available in ranges of 0-2000 ppm, 0-5000 ppm, 0-1%, 0-2%, 0-5%, 0-10%, or 0-20%. Sample gas is continuously drawn into unit through built-in air pump....

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UV Exposure Meter displays dosage and uniformity.
Gas / Chemical Analyzers

UV Exposure Meter displays dosage and uniformity.

Compact, self-contained IL393UV Light Bug radiometer measures total dosage and peak irradiance of UV illumination occurring in real-time inside equipment. LCD provides immediate graphic representation of light distribution or illumination uniformity, and it holds two sets of measurements for making comparisons in real-time. It withstands intense UV irradiance and temperatures found inside curing...

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Analyzer monitors concentrations of hydrocarbon gas.
Gas / Chemical Analyzers

Analyzer monitors concentrations of hydrocarbon gas.

Process-control gas analyzer, carrying full FM and CSA approvals, is designed to monitor methane, propane, butane, ethanol, or any of 70 hydrocarbon gases. It taps into gas-flow manifold or pipe for continuing in-stream and on-stream sampling. Readout can be fed to upstream control valves for automatic correction of process parameters. Any change in gas concentration is detected immediately by IR...

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