SICK in-situ gas analysers
SICK’s in-situ gas analysers are suitable for direct installation in devices at the respective measurement site, eg, on the chimney. The analysers measure directly in the process under actual operating conditions. Characterised by their minimal maintenance requirements and short response times, they are available in two different versions.
The cross-duct devices supply representative measurement results across the entire channel cross-section, while measuring probe devices are only fitted to one side of the stack. One example is the GM32 gas analyser, which is suitable for emissions monitoring as well as in process control applications. The rugged analyser is also available as an Ex version for gas temperatures of up to 650°C.
The analyser is mainly used in power plants, cement works, in the kraft pulp industry, as well as for measurement tasks in the oil and natural gas industry, and for emission monitoring downstream of sulfur recovery units or fluid catalytic cracker units.
Even the emission of dust particles results in air pollution. With the Dusthunter T product family, the company offers reliable technology for high-precision dust measurement. The measurement principle of laser-based light scattering allows even very small dust concentrations to be measured. The compensation of background radiation and ambient light, automatic testing of zero and reference points, as well as a soiling check mean the system delivers stable and reproducible measurement results. The device is suitable for measurement tasks even in hot or aggressive measurement media.
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