GASMET the fast Multicomponent Gas Analyser

The GASMETTM Gas Analysers are a powerful range of portable, transportable and fixed installation instruments with proven performance in a wide range of industrial and environmental applications, including Continuous Emission Monitoring, Process Gas Analysis, Catalyst Research, Exhaust Monitoring, Toxic Gas Monitoring and identification of unknown substances for the Emergency Services.


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GASMETTM uses FT-IR Spectroscopy by advanced software to perform fast, specific and simultaneous measurement of both organic and inorganic compounds as well as analysing hot, wet and corrosive gas streams. The concentrations of up to 30 different compunds can be measured in seconds from µg/m³ up to percentage range. The stainless steel sample cell can be heated to a temperature of 200°C, eliminating the need for additional complicated sample dilution or water vapour removal systems. Set up, calibration and operation are easily performed. The GASMETTM Model DX4000 is extremely mobile and easily transported to any measurement site.



Using advanced multicomponent algorithms, the easy-to-use software accuracy solves the problems of varying compounds and matrices in a sample gas, and enables instant selection of both the compounds to be analysed and their measurement ranges. The Windows compatible software is designed for continuous monitoring applications and has built-in self-diagnostics, early warning and analog output signals.



For further details contact Quantitech Limited, Unit 3 Old Wolverhampton Road, Old Wolverhampton, Milton Keynes, Bucks, MK12 5NP. Telephone 01908 227722. Fax 01908 227733. Email sales@quantitech.co.uk Website www.quantitech.co.uk

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