What’s next for process analyzers?

In this month's installmnet of Product Roundup, we focus on process analyzers and instrumentation that might just help you solve a process problem or two.

By Patti Pool

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Greenline 8000LBH portable mass emissions monitor and combustion gas analyzer simultaneously measures stack gas concentrations, velocity and temperature. The 800LBH takes the measured gas parameters and calculates, records, graphs and reports mass emission in lbs/hour for multiple gases including CO, NO, NO2, true NOX, SO2, CO2 and H2S. E Instruments Group; 215/750-1212; www.einstrumentsgroup.com

MSQ Plus LC/MS detection system offers fully automated system security, secure data integrity, built-in audit trails and electronic signatures and signoffs, enabling 21 CFR Part 11 compliance in drug development and discovery, QA/QC, food and beverage and research laboratories. Scan rates are up to 12,000 amu per second. Thermo Fisher Scientific; 866/463-6522; www.thermo.com/lc

O2mation Model AV550 modular, multichannel, averaging oxygen analyzer uses channel cards that can be changed without powering off the analyzer. It is expandable up to 8 zirconia detectors. Detectors that are in alarm, calibration or are not in service are automatically removed from the average output. Analyzer comes with color touch screen operation. Yokogawa Corp. of America; 770/254-0400 or 800/888-6400; www.us.yokogawa.com

2020PROPlus photoionization detector now has an operating range to 10,000 ppm with 0.1 ppm precision to 100 ppm and 1 ppm precision up to 10,000 ppm. Used in a variety of TVOC survey application, including OSHA compliance, confined space pre-entry, emergency response, site characterization and fugitive emissions, the detector displays readings in ppm, ppb or mg/m3. Photovac; 781/290-0777; www.photovac.com

Gas-Max monitor is available in toxic, LEL and dual-monitor configurations. The model with dual configuration allows for both a toxic sensor and an LEL sensor to be incorporated into the same unit, thus reducing space and simplifying installation. Global Detection Systems; 409/927-2980; www.gdscorp.com

LFRA texture analyzer offers a complete system for performing the “gelatin bloom strength test.” It consists of two baths and one refrigeration unit plus Bloom bottles meeting the required test specification. Typical food applications include texture measurement of butter and cheese products, sauces, doughs and baked goods, vegetables, meat products, candies and more. Brookfield Engineering Laboratories; 508/946-6200 or  800/628-8139; www.brookfieldengineering.com

Compact 63000 and 6500 ICP emission spectrometers are equipped with a high-power, solid-state RF generator capable of handling all sample types. They are suited for the general and elemental analysis laboratories in the environmental, petrochemical, metal food and beverage, geo-chemical and cement industries. Thermo Electron; 800/532-4752; www.thermo.com/elemental

Altair single-gas detector features three sensor options: carbon monoxide, hydrogen sulfide and oxygen. Carbon monoxide and hydrogen sulfide versions can operate for over two years without maintenance.  A triple-alarm system has two LEDs, a piercing audible alarm and a vibrating alarm to assure that no alarm conditions go unnoticed. MSA Instrument Div.; 800/MSA-2222; www.MSAnet.com

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