HOW TO CHOOSE A SUITABLE GAS ANALYZER


Gas analyzers are known for their durability, ease of use and configuration, reliability and efficiency of data collection and transmission. Gas analyzers in Kazakhstan are needed in a wide range of industries in terms of the efficiency of your processes, the quality of your products and the safety of your employees.

Analyzer Differences

Industries such as steel, petrochemicals, synthetics and biofuel production, incineration, waste management, and power generation require gas analyzers. Moreover, each industry has different gas monitoring needs. Even within a particular industry, different processes or installations may require different gas analyzes.
Many of the gas analyzers in Kazakhstan are industry specific, and choosing the right one for your business can be a difficult task.

Analyzer selection factors

With so many different gas analyzers, it can be difficult to know where to start the selection. Fortunately, when choosing a gas analyzer in Kazakhstan, you should always consider a number of factors. Dealing with these factors can lead you to a small number of analyzers that can meet your requirements.

Measured gas

Naturally, the main factor in your decision should be the primary gas that needs to be analyzed. Different gases often require different configurations or sensors in the analyzer — an attempt to measure a gas with an analyzer designed for another can have disastrous consequences, making it the most important factor. In most cases it is necessary to analyze the following types of gases in such areas:

  • oxygen (O2) – metalworking, steel, medical, aerospace, water purification, etc .;
  • carbon dioxide (CO) and carbon dioxide (CO2) are industries that burn fossil fuels or use electric arc furnaces;
  • hydrogen (H2) – metalworking, heat treatment of metals, gasification.

Other materials

It is unlikely that the initially measured gas is the only one in the atmosphere where your gas analyzer will be located. What else is in the air? Particles and moisture can affect the readings that the gas analyzer receives. These impurities can even damage the sensors.
If it is known that in the working environment may contain contaminants from any source, you have to choose among analyzers with filtering capabilities