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Gas Analyzers

Real-time gas analysis enhances efficiency, safety, throughput, product quality, and ensures environmental compliance. Gas analysis can utilize various technologies such as tunable diode laser spectroscopy, zirconia oxygen analysis, infrared gas analysis, stack gas analysis, dust monitoring, process gas chromatography, continuous emissions monitoring systems (CEMS), hydrogen purity analysis and gas density systems. Selecting the correct technology is critical to measurement accuracy, reliability, and durability.

Yokogawa's years of application expertise enables you to save time, money, and resources by collaboratively selecting the optimal gas analyzer solution.

  • Oxygen analyzers provide valuable measurements in combustion control, process quality, safety and environmental applications.

  • Tunable Diode Laser Spectrometers (TDLS) are laser-based gas analyzers which provide a fast-update optical analysis.

  • Process gas chromatographs are used for separating and analyzing chemical compounds in the gas phase of on-line industrial processes.

  • Gas Density detectors and analyzers provide continuous measurement of gas density; as well as, several other valuable paramenters, including specific gravity and molecular weight.

  • The Yokogawa Advanced Reflux Sampler is designed to provide conditioning for severe service analysis needs using a simple self contained two stage system. The first stage is designed to provide filtration of particulate and passive cooling.

  • NDIR analyzers allow for high sensitivity measurement of a variety of gas components including CO2, CO, CH4, NO, and SO2. Additionally an O2 measurement can be made with a built-in paramagnetic analyzer or external zirconia analyzer.

Media Publication
Overview:

Marcus Trygstad, Yokogawa Corporation of America, outlines the advantages of EUVF technology for total reduced sulfur measurement in flare gas.

Webinars

    Overview:

    In this webinar you will learn:

    • The classic pitfalls in sample handling systems
    • Where time and money should be spent to make a successful installation
    • How to control response times: from probe tips to DCS
    • How to design a simple and maintainable sample handling system
    • Future sample handling system developments

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