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New TDL analyser for H2S in natural gas applications

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Hydrocarbon Engineering,

Galvanic Applied Sciences has released a new process H2S analyser: AccuLase-GPATM - a tunable diode laser (TDL) H2S analyser.

AccuLase-GPATM is an analyser that measures low range H2S in natural gas. Built and supported in North America, AccuLase-GPATM marks the 6th platform in Galvanic’s H2S analyser portfolio.

AccuLase-GPATM uses a proprietary measurement cell that detects H2S down to 0.15 ppm, rivaling the capabilities of lead-acetate tape technology. AccuLase-GPATM is specific to H2S without methane, CO2, or benzene interferences. Since AccuLase-GPATM does not require a scrubber system, the response time is 30 seconds. AccuLase-GPATM can measure up to 4 streams with a wide measurement range of 0 to 500 ppm, covering the most critical natural gas applications.

AccuLase-GPATM was designed for minimal hands-on maintenance. AccuLase-GPATM does not require any utilities other than power consumption as low as 80 watts DC or 100 watts AC. Instrument air is not required because AccuLase-GPATM is CSA Div. 1 & Div. 2 certified. Secure remote analyser control is achieved using the local area network web-browser GUI platform.

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