Entries by Jean-Pascal Cauchon

Mark III item 341

This staged sampler has a pre-separator and measures the size distribution of particles from 0.54 μm to 13.6 μm. It can be mounted on our isokinetic sampling systems. Particle mass is determined by weighing after drying. Item 341C, a set of substrates for an Andersen impactor (consumables) is required.    Specification – Nominal sampling flowrate […]

Gas 3000 item 547

This portable analyzer can measure CH4, CO2, O2 and H2S for biogas applications. The GAS 3000 uses infra-red detection for CH4 and CO2 and electrochemical cells for O2 and H2S. It is used to measure gas in the soil, to monitor landfills and waste processing sites and for biogas quality control. It is supplied with […]

PM 10/2,5 item 345 et 346

This cyclone separator is mounted at the end of the sampling probe in the chimney. The sample is taken at a constant flowrate and particles larger than 10 μm (aerodynamic diameter) are eliminated. Particle mass is determined by weighing after drying. The PM10/2.5 model samples particles smaller than 10 μm, i.e. those between 10 and […]

Gas Alert Quattro item 420

The four gas detector Gas Alert Quattro can measure H2S, CO and LELs. It displays gas concentration in real time on an LCD display.  Specification – Measuring Range : 0 – 200 ppm H2S, 0 – 1000 ppm, 0 – 5% v/v LEL– Units : ppm and %– Detection Limit : 0.1 ppm H2S, 0.1% […]

109L item 194

This device can simultaneously and continuously measure total hydrocarbons, methane containing hydrocarbons and non-methane hydrocarbons. The Jum 109L uses a flame ionization detector (FID). Total hydrocarbons are measured directly, methane hydrocarbons are measured after eliminating non-methane compounds and non-methane hydrocarbons are calculated from the difference. It connects directly to a heated output line. It is […]

Express Dilution System Item 842

Sonic nozzle dilution probe.Ideal for reducing concentrations or drying a condensable gas by cooling.  Specification – Dilution ratios 1/16 to 1/300– Requires on site air instrument zero at 5 bar– Requires high concentration calibration gas to set the dilution ratio– Consumption : 6 l/min of dilutant air– Consumption : 20 to 500 cc of calibration […]