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Old 14th June 2007, 05:18 AM
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Please Help! Integrity of Flue gas analyzer?

I have issue of calibration of Flue gas analyzer issue & I don't know how to solve it since there is no capabiilty available in this country but if I send it abroad it usually take time & huge money. Can anyone guide me about it?

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Old 14th June 2007, 12:55 PM
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Re: Integrity of Flu gas analyzer?

Do you mean the sniffers used in calorimetry?
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Old 15th June 2007, 05:31 AM
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Read This! Re: Integrity of Flue gas analyzer?

Land com series III but the problem is I don't know where to get it calibrated? if I send it outside then how do I serve my clients? Correlation of results of different results is not available in this country.
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Old 21st June 2007, 01:54 PM
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Re: Integrity of Flue gas analyzer?

Flue gas analyzers are used to monitor emissions of furnaces, boilers, turbines, etc. They have sensors that detect the amount of oxygen, carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, unburnt fuel, etc. going up the smokestack to determine the combustion efficiency of the burners; i.e. to see if they are burning too lean or too rich. Some also monitor sulfur dioxide and nitrogen oxides for air pollution regulations.

Just about any calibration company that handles gas detectors, leak sniffers, carbon monoxide monitors and confined space monitors can usually handle flue gas analyzers as well, as they fall in the same general category.
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Old 3rd July 2007, 08:53 AM
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Read This! Re: Integrity of Flue gas analyzer?

but the question is how to calibrate that or how to maintain its integrity ?
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Old 3rd July 2007, 12:29 PM
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Re: Integrity of Flue gas analyzer?

Measurement Specifications
Sensor Standard Range Max. Range# Accuracy Resolution
Oxygen, O2 0 to 25.0 % Vol. 0 to 30.0 % Vol. 1 % 0.1 % Vol.
Carbon Monoxide, CO (low) 0 to 2 000 ppm 0 to 10 000 ppm 2 %* 1 ppm
CO (H2) compensated 0 to 2 000 ppm 0 to 4 000 ppm 2 %* 1 ppm
Carbon Monoxide, CO (high) 0 to 4 % 0 to 10 % 2 %* 1 ppm
Sulphur Dioxide, SO2 0 to 2 000 ppm 0 to 5 000 ppm 2 %* 1 ppm
Nitric Oxide, NO 0 to 1 000 ppm 0 to 5 000 ppm 2 %* 1 ppm
Nitrogen Dioxide, NO2 0 to 100 ppm 0 to 1000 ppm 2 %* 1 ppm
Hydrogen Sulphide, H2S 0 to 200 ppm 0 to 1 000 ppm 2 %* 1 ppm
Carbon Dioxide, CO2 ** 0 to 25.0 % Vol. - 0.5 % Vol 0.1 % Vol.
Hydrocarbons 0 to 5.0 % Vol. (Application dependent)
Flue Gas/Ambient Temperature Measured
Draft 51 cm / 20 " Water Gauge ***
Flow (velocity) 1 to 50 m/s
Note: Special ranges are available
*Calibration per CTM034 or LAND factory procedure

http://www.epa.gov/ttn/emc/ctm/ctm-034.pdf
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