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Servomex launches new solution

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Hydrocarbon Engineering,

Servomex has developed a solution to cover a range of emissions applications involving oxides of nitrogen.

The analyser is suitable for continuous monitoring of industrial stationary sources emissions, as well as ambient air monitoring.

The NOx allows for user selectable measurement ranges from 0 - 3 ppm to 0 - 3000ppm, all of which can be changed and recalibrated in the field, manually or remotely.

The standard version includes a Paramagnetic oxygen channel, internal zero/sample/span valves, and an internal sampling pump. A wet to dry conversion option is also available.

Barbara Marshik, Servomex’s Market Segment Manager – Power, said: “The SERVOPRO NOx is a must-have solution not only for any industrial stationary source but it is also an excellent choice for any mobile source NOx emissions application. Using a high sensitivity photodiode detector instead of a standard photomultiplier type ensures a long lasting detector that requires no maintenance. With flexible ranges, ultra-low detection limits and a high dynamic range to meet any application requirements, the analyzer offers the highest level of performance for a low cost of ownership.”

The SERVOPRO NOx is a versatile analyser that uses the Chemiluminescence Detection (CLD) method to measure NO or NO/NO2/NOx concentrations, in one package. The standard analyser can be equipped with the Servomex Paramagnetic O2 sensor. There is also a heated CLD version available for vehicle or engine certification testing.

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