Sick GMS800 extractive gas analyser

Thursday, 03 July, 2014 | Supplied by: SICK Pty Ltd


In contrast to on-site measurement, extractive gas analysers remove part of the gas to be measured from the gas channel, prepare it and guide it to the analyser module. The GMS800 extractive gas analysers can measure more than 60 different gas compounds. The device’s modular design includes up to six analysing modules, one gas module, I/O modules and an operating unit.

Standardised 19″ housing as well as system enclosures optimised for installation in cabinets can be used for economic system integration. Wall-mounting enclosures with ATEX approval for Ex zones can be used in harsh industrial environments.

Equipped with modern software, the analyser provides all the required interfaces needed for remote monitoring via networks through to the connection to a process control system.

The company also has available the MERCEM300Z mercury monitoring system for continuous mercury analysis of waste gases from incineration plants and cement works. Atomic absorption spectroscopy using the Zeeman effect enables precise measurement of mercury. In addition, the analyser does not require any chemicals and has low maintenance requirements.

Online: www.sick.com.au
Phone: 1800 334 802
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