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The major advantage of laser-based measurement is the absence of direct contact and moving parts. This provides low maintenance and precise and quick results. The instruments analyze absorption. By sending a laser beam through the gas flow, we can measure the loss of light. We then know what has been absorbed and can calculate the concentration of gas in parts per million (ppm).
NEO Monitors LaserGas iQ2 analyser is the first to measure four gases (O2, CO, CH4, H2O) and temperature in one unit, which eliminates the need for multiple units for combustion analysis. The cutting-edge design and ground-breaking functionality, ensures that the instrument delivers unmatched reliability and durability.
The LaserGas R2P Monitor employs a measurement cell concept to combine extractive measurement with a compact analyser design. The measurement path length will enhance the detection limit. Easy to set up and operate, the NEO LaserGas R2P only requires power and sample gas tubes. Purging is optional and conditioning of the sample may be required in certain applications.
NEO Monitors LaserGas™ Q SO2 utilises Tuneable Laser Absorption Spectroscopy (TLAS) non-contact optical measurement techniques. The monitor is mounted directly onto flanges, which include purge gas connections and a tilting mechanism for easy alignment. Continuous purge flow prevents dust and other contamination from settling on the optical windows. Once power and data lines are connected, measurements are performed in real-time.
NEO LaserDust monitor is available in three versions: Medium Path (MP), Long Path (LP), and Extra Long Path (XLP) to cover stack diameters from 0.5 – 10 m. At low dust levels the LaserDust operates with forward scattered light technology with detection limits of <0.5 mg/Nm3 and is unaffected by dust depositing on the windows. At high dust levels the LaserDust will measure transmittance or opacity.