Quantitech has launched its latest range of process gas analysers based on tuneable diode laser absorption spectroscopy (TDLAS).
Although the range is new to the UK and Ireland, the manufacturer Focused Photonics has an installed base of over 8,000 instruments, Quantitech’s managing director Keith Golding said.
“This is a well-established technology and we are delighted to have been given exclusive distribution rights for our territory,” Golding added.
According to Golding, by utilising ‘single-line’ spectroscopy, the Laser Gas Analyser (LGA) range can be configured for continuous analysis of a number of key compounds, with an enormous dynamic range from single figure ppm to % levels, without interference from other process components.
Typical applications include ammonia slip control, HCl measurement for sorbent injection optimisation, furnace oxygen, flue gas monitoring in FCC catalyst regeneration, trace H2S and H2O in natural gas, H2S measurements in sulphur recovery and cross-duct CO monitoring for electrostatic precipitator safety.
“The LGA range of process gas analysers delivers the well-established benefits of TDLAS technology - high specificity, fast response, super-low maintenance, with proven reliability in harsh operating environments and very low ownership costs,” Golding said.
“Developed out of Stanford University California, the cradle of TDLAS commercialisation, FPi was established in China in 2002 and now employs over 3,000 staff. We have visited a number of LGA installations and were very impressed by the standards of quality and reliability being delivered by these instruments.”