Method 3 Flue Gas Analyzer

Method 3 - Industro Model B Orsat Analyzer
Industro Model B Orsat Analyzer Flue Gas Analyzer

Measures:

Carbon Monoxide (CO)

Carbon Dioxide (CO2)

Oxygen (O2)

Method 3 Flue Gas Analyzer Features:

  • The Method 3 INDUSTRO-B is a simplified instrument for the rapid and accurate field analysis of gas mixtures.
  • For the determination of carbon dioxide, oxygen and carbon monoxide in gas mixtures.
  • Commonly used in the analysis of chimney gases for the regulation of combustion in coal-, oil-, and gas-fired furnaces.
  • It can also be used for combustion control, furnace atmosphere analysis, air-leak detection, research and plant control, calibration of control instruments, and EPA testing.
  • Minimum number of glass parts combined with metal components for rugged field applications.
  • Two auto-bubbler pipettes and one contact pipette.
  • Bulb type burette, 50 ml. graduated 0 to 21% in 0.2%.
  • Carrying case
  • Operating instructions
  • Price also includes one 3 ounce bottle of each Reagent.
  • Reagents are: Oxsorbent, Di-Sorbent, Cosorbent and Burette Solution.
  • DIMENSIONS: 15 inches high x 9 inches wide x 4 inches deep.
  • WEIGHT: 10 pounds

Clean Air Express gas Analyzer rapidly analyzes gas mixtures, specifically to determine carbon dioxide, oxygen and carbon monoxide.

  • Burrell Allied Cabinet Model Gas Analyzer:
    • Graduated 100-ml gas measuring burette, one contact and two auto bubbler absorption pipettes for determining carbon dioxide, oxygen, and carbon monoxide levels.
  • Burrell Industro Model B Gas Analysis System:
    • Graduated 0-21% gas measuring burette, one contact and tow auto bubbler absorption pipettes for determining carbon dioxide, oxygen, and carbon monoxide levels. Solutions included.
Part Number
Item
Allied cabinet model (A)
0650-1
Same as 0650 with three contact bubblers
0650-2
Industro model B (B)
The operating principle consists of subjecting a measured volume of the gas sample to successive contact with chemical solutions which serve to absorb the specific components; carbon dioxide, oxygen and carbon monoxide from the mixture. The decrease in volume of the sample, after each contact, is the basis for calculating the percentage of a specific gas in the gas mixture.
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