Combustion analyzer, CO, NO, NO2, SO2, O2 gas measurement
A combustion analyzer is a device dedicated to checking the efficiency of any combustion equipment by measuring gas emissions. It makes it possible to measure and correct if necessary the energy drifts of any thermal combustion device. Manufactured to meet the needs of the processing and energy production industries, combustion analyzers optimize the combustion efficiency of heat production equipment while limiting gas emissions and therefore air pollution.
Combustion analyzers measure oxygen (O2) or excess air, CO (carbon monoxide), Nox (nitrogen monoxide and dioxide), and SO2 (sulfur dioxide) at low concentrations (ppm). Precise and easy to use, they have internal memory and a data export capacities for better traceability. It is an essential control and maintenance tool for the certification of proper functioning thermal installations.