Servomex has launched three publications to help specifiers and those working in gas analysis choose the right solution for their process.
The ‘Gas Guide’ is the ultimate guide to gas analysis, and Servomex’s largest publication to date. It includes an introduction to the complete Servomex product range, a comprehensive A-Z overview to sensing technology and explanations of the applications and processes involved in gas analysis.
‘Expert Solutions (ES) 27’ is a specifier’s guide, helping customers find the right analyser for their process. This issue focuses on the key criteria for consideration before ordering a Servomex analyser, ensuring the specifications meet the needs of customer applications seamlessly. Criteria covered include how gas measurement ranges, process environments and how the selected sensing technology in each analyser can affect results. In addition, there are easy-to-use flow charts to guide readers through the analyser selection process and the variety of hazardous area, safety and environment certifications offered.
‘ES 28’ is a gas analysis application guide which looks at Servomex’s solutions for a wide range of key industrial applications, with an emphasis on how the company’s gas analysis products can overcome the challenges faced. Covering Industrial Process and Emissions (IP&E) and Purity and Specialty (P&S) market sectors, this guide outlines both off-the-shelf products and customised designs, from single analysers to turnkey application solutions.
Colin Jones, Global Marketing Director for Servomex, said: “Our experts are extremely experienced in gas analysis solutions, and have pooled their applications knowledge and technology experience into these three must-have guides. Servomex provides many products and systems for a wide range of applications, but these guides will help narrow down the choices to ensure you make the right decision for your process.”
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