and Process Sample Transport Systems for Analyzer Applications
Gas Chromatography Keeping the
sample at the same temperature and condition as it exists in the process
stream ensures analyzer accuracy.
Total Hydrocarbon Analyzers More challenging than most sample transport systems, THA have high
exposure temperatures and high maintenance temperatures (above 120°C/250°F).
Continuous Emissions Monitoring Tubing bundles for the CEM market incorporate a wide variety of configurations
typically for dry or wet extractive systems.
HRVOC Monitoring Regulations TCEQ Rule Categories, Affected Counties, Compliance Date, and other information. (MORE)
someone once put it the devil is in the details and process
connections, terminations, weatherproofing, and supports are devilish
details in analyzer applications.Designed and installed properly, these parts can ensure sample
accuracy.Ignored and these details can cost big money as well as pose
safety and non compliance hazards.
details differ as widely as the engineers who design them. In their simplest
form they are commonly similar whether the sample is a gas or a liquid.
Two typical details are shown below. (MORE)
are unique in that stack gas is very wet and hot. You must maintain temperatures
above the dew point during extraction at the sample probe and transport
to the sample conditioning cabinet. (MORE)
Most liquids can be
handled at much lower temperatures than gas samples. In many cases, only
water freeze protection is needed. (MORE)
Some form of
external heating must be provided to the sample line to maintain the sample
integrity and prevent components in the sample from condensing out as
the temperature drops below their respective dew points. To avoid the
following problems, let O'Brien's experts help you with a completely thermally
engineered TRACEPAK system designed for gas analyzer applications.
and pricing information for a bundle.