Engineering & Science Associates Co., Ltd. Photometers
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Photometers

 

 

MODEL ANALYZER TYPE RANGES
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LGA-4000 Process Laser Gas Analysis System Application dependent
5000 Series NIR process photometers, general purpose and ex-proof Application dependent
6000 Series PPM to percent UV/Vis process photometers, general purpose configuration for process emissions Application dependent
6200T / 6200E Total Sulfur Analyzer 0-50 ppb to 0-20,000 ppb
6400E Fluorescent SO2 analyzer 0-50 ppb to 0-20 ppm
6600 Series Oil-in-Water analyzer system 0-10 ppm up to 0-200 ppm oil in water (application dependent)
6650 Oil-in-Water analyzer system Application dependent
GFC-7000E Ultra trace CO2 analyzer with proven Gas Filter Correlation (GFC) infrared detector assembly 0-100 ppb to 0-100 ppm
GFC-7001E Trace CO analyzer with proven Gas Filter Correlation (GFC) infrared detector assembly 0-1 to 0-1000 ppm
GFC-7002E N2O analyzer with proven Gas Filter Correlation (GFC) infrared detector assembly 0-100 to 0-1000 ppm
Photo-X Low cost, fiber-optic based UV, VIS, and NIR photometric transmitters See brochure
Series 7300 Non-dispersive infrared gas analyzers - CO, CO2, C2H4 monitoring in oxyhydrochlorination process in EDC manufacturing Three user programmable ranges
Series 7500 Infrared gas analyzers - up to three IR absorbing components such as CO, CO2, CH4, SO2 Application dependent - see brochure
Series 7600 Non-dispersive Infrared gas analyzers - up to four IR absorbing components such as NO, SO2, CO2, CO, and CH4 Application dependent - see brochure