By measuring excess oxygen and/or CO in flue gases resulting from combustion, furnace operators can achieve optimum efficiency and lowest NOx, and generate the least amount of greenhouse gas. The theoretical ideal, or the stoichiometric point, is where all fuel is reacted with available oxygen in the combustion air, and no fuel or O2 is left over. Click HERE for a white paper on this topic.
Gammapilot M Monitors Highly Corrosive Materials By Endress+Hauser, Inc.
The application was to measure the level of urea in a hydrolyser. These are used in any process that has flue gas from the burning of coal, gas, or other materials, in power plants for example.
The Thermo Scientific Arke SO3 System, with built-in SO3 generator, uses an advanced Quantum Cascade (QC) Laser-based platform to provide high sensitivity, optimum selectivity, and a continuous, direct measurement of SO3 within tough industrial-plant process environments.
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