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Combustion Efficiency Analyzer

E1100

Providing the latest in Combustion Gas & Emissions Analyz ers for Boiler, Engine, Furnace, and other Combustion Applications

  • A Built-In impact printer uses NON-THERMAL paper rolls for easy printing of data without extra parts or communications needed.
  • The field-replaceable, precalibrated gas sensors can easily be replaced in the field to provide a convenient way to minimize costly downtime!
  • BIG Bright BLUE Backlight w/ ZOOM Feature
  • Magnetic Rubber Boot "Hands-Free"
  • Unbreakable Metal Connections
  • Durable "Boiler Room" Design





E4400

Providing the latest in Combustion Gas & Emissions Analyzers for Boiler, Engine, Furnace, and other Combustion Applicationss

  • A Built-In impact printer uses NON-THERMAL paper rolls for easy printing of data without extra parts or communications needed.
  • The field-replaceable, precalibrated gas sensors can easily be replaced in the field to provide a convenient way to minimize costly downtime!
  • PC Software Package For Unlimited Data Storage
  • Magnetic Support For "Hands-Free" Operations





E5500

Providing the latest in Combustion Gas & Emissions Analyzers for Boiler, Engine, Furnace, and other Combustion Applications

The E5500 can have a maximum of five total gas sensors, that are electrochemical type gas sensors. The chart below details each sensor.

Temperature measurements for the flue gas and air as well as the differential temperature are standard features. The differential temperature is used as part of the efficiency calculation.

An internal pressure sensor allows the analyzer to measure pressure and stack draft. With two pressure inputs, a differential pressure can also be measured. Gas velocity can be measured using the differential pressure and an optional Pitot tube.






E8500

Providing the latest in Combustion Gas & Emissions Analyzers for Boiler, Engine, Furnace, and other Combustion Applications

The E8500 can have a maximum of nine total gas sensors, up to six electrochemical type sensors and up to three NDIR type sensors. The chart below details each sensor.

Temperature measurements for the flue gas and air as well as the differential temperature are standard features. The differential temperature is used as part of the efficiency calculation.

An internal pressure sensor allows the analyzer to measure pressure and stack draft. With two pressure inputs, differential pressure can also be measured. Gas velocity can be measured using the differential pressure and an optional Pitot tube.










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