The Series AVPT pencil-style air velocity transmitter uses thermal anemometer technology to provide stable air velocity measurements.
The XTP501 is a lightweight oxygen analyser designed to provide accurate and cost-effective control of oxygen in safe area applications.
The choice of detection method for monitoring toxic gases in industrial settings has been a subject of persistent debate.
The CCS51D amperometric sensor measures free chlorine in drinking water, process water, water and wastewater treatment, cooling water and all utilities requiring clean and treated water.
The Rosemount CT4400 continuous gas analyser is a purpose-built quantum cascade laser (QCL) and tunable diode laser (TDL) analyser.
The ABB Ability mobile gas leak detection system mounted on drones is designed to improve the safety of gas distribution infrastructure.
The MGP261 is an in situ 3-in-1 biogas measurement instrument for measuring methane, carbon dioxide and humidity in demanding environments.
Ultrasonic gas leak detection is an effective means of detecting gas leaks that is commonly used in chemical, power plant, and oil and gas applications.
The ZIRKOR series provides an oxygen reference value for emission measurement to act as a reference for the measurement results.
Yokogawa Australia has signed an exclusive distribution agreement with Applied Analytics to distribute its range of process analysers in Australia and New Zealand.
The PGC5000 oven with an integrated controller enables the integration of a single-board computer (SBC) directly into the PGC5000B or PGC5000C gas chromatograph ovens.
Portable oxygen analysers, such as the GPR-1100, are lightweight and so are easily carried to the point of use. They need little power to operate and will measure down to less than 10 ppm oxygen.
The Rosemount 928 wireless gas monitor is a fully integrated WirelessHART toxic gas monitoring solution designed to reduce the cost of toxic gas monitoring in remote or difficult-to-access locations.
In chemical plants, petrochemical plants and refineries, tunable diode lasers (TDLs) are becoming an increasingly common sight. Their high reliability and low maintenance has made them the gas analyser technology of choice for many companies. However, installation locations and conditions encountered in some processes have limited their application range.
The Michell Instruments XZR250 oxygen analyser is designed for monitoring combustion control in industrial boilers and uses a zirconium-oxide sensor with a life span of up to seven years.