The 888 utilizes ultraviolet (UV) spectroscopy to accurately monitor hydrogen sulfide (H2S) and sulfur dioxide (SO2) concentrations in sulfur recovery tail gas.
Using high-resolution ultraviolet (UV) technology in a dual-beam, multiple-wavelength configuration, the 900 is specifically designed to meet the demanding analytical requirements of modern sulfur recovery processes.
Using proven ultraviolet (UV) technology, the 930 identifies potential safety risks in sulfur storage locations through simultaneous hydrogen sulfide (H2S) and sulfur dioxide (SO2) measurements.
The 9900 is a single or multi-component gas analyzer that measures process gas composition and can be used alone or as an integrated part of a continuous emissions monitoring (CEM) system.
The IPS-4 is a cost-effective, low maintenance photometric spectrometer with the ability to measure up to eight analytes in a gas or liquid phase sample. Available in UV-VIS, NDIR and IR/UV platforms, it provides a fully integrated sample conditioning system for easy maintenance. The IPS-4 has an IP65enclosure and is durable enough for use in harsh environments.
Measuring hydrogen sulfide (H2S), the 931 is a rugged, single-ultraviolet (UV) component photometric analyzer with a low-maintenance, no-moving-parts design, housed in an explosion-proof package.
It can also be configured for primary measurements of sulfur dioxide (SO2), carbonyl sulfide (COS), carbon disulfide (CS2) or ammonia (NH3), and provided with a thermal conductivity detector (TCD) for the measurement of hydrogen (H2).
Housed in an explosion-proof package, the 932 is a multi-component ultraviolet (UV) photometric gas analyzer which measures up to five gas species at the same time.
Hydrogen sulfide (H2S) and sulfur dioxide (SO2) are the primary measured components. The analyzer can also be configured to measure carbonyl sulfide (COS) and/or carbon disulfide (CS2).