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Sample gas analysis

Temperature maintenance of gases and liquids

When it comes to sample gas analysis, it is particularly important to maintain the temperature of gaseous media during transport from the sampling point to an analysis measuring device. For its application, it is particularly important to keep the temperature above a certain dew point. If the medium loses temperature, there is a risk of condensation forming in the gas, which can lead to clogging of the pipe and falsified measurement results. It is therefore essential to avoid temperatures falling below the dew point, especially in the case of combustion gases.


Safe and free of temperature loss

Where gaseous media have to be transported without temperature loss from the sampling point to the analysing instrument (e.g. at the chimney, connection to a heated sampling probe) our analytic heated hoses are used. On the one hand, they are required by the authorities to monitor emissions; on the other hand, they are increasingly used in process analysis, e.g. to monitor and control combustion processes. Further examples of application for our analytic heated hoses are:

  • Coal, oil and gas firing systems
  • Exhaust air monitoring in power plants
  • Waste incineration plants
  • Process gases in refineries, petrochemical and chemical industry
  • Ambient air monitoring
  • Engine exhaust gas measurements on test facilities
  • Frost protection in water analysis
  • Research and development

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