ISA EXPO 2008 event products
Environmental & Quality Control
The ability to analytically quantify oil in water, and VOC’s in water is greatly enhanced with the Sample Transfer Stripper (Patented Membrane Technology) and the solid-state sensor offered by Analytical Systems International. The analyzer system utilizes many patented and exclusive features only available from ASI.
Analytical Systems Int’l./KECO R&D
Sample gas probes
Introducing a line of revised sample gas probes. The sample point is a critical interface for CEM systems and in-process applications. Buhler’s blowback system’s effective performance requires minimal maintenance. We offer a “probe finder” giving customers convenience in finding the appropriate probe – please visit our homepage: www. buehler-technologies.com.
Buhler Technologies LLC
CONCOA’s Series 53/54 modular panel systems, well suited for pressure and flow control at point of use in specialty gas applications, are designed to provide final pressure control in gas distribution systems in ultra high-purity instrumentation or process gas control systems. Applications include laboratory, bulk gas distribution, gas/liquid chromatography, EPA protocol standards; high-purity carrier gas; zero, span, and calibration gases; and high-purity chamber pressurization, liquefied hydrocarbon and cryogenic gas control.
FOSS NIR Process Analyzers will minimize start-up time, determine exact chemical endpoints and optimize product consistency. Our rugged systems track critical quality parameters for bulk chemical, drying, mixing operations and biological processes. Up to 9 sampling points per analyzer, standard NEMA 4X/IP65 rated, most electrical classifications (C1D1, C1DII, ATEX, etc.).
FOSS NIRSystems, Inc.
GfG’s new intrinsically-safe G460 is a rugged, compact instrument for simultaneous detection of up to six gases. Sensor options include infrared (CO2) and PID (VOC). It offers automatic calibration, datalogging, and interchangeable battery-packs. GfG’s concussion-proof boot and the highly dust/water resistant housing protect the instrument in the harshest environments.
GfG Instrumentation, Inc.
Differential pH/ORP sensors
Hach’s differential technology uses three measuring electrodes instead of the two found in conventional sensors. This proven technique provides unsurpassed accuracy, reduces reference junction fouling, and virtually eliminates ground loops. A replaceable salt bridge and standard cell solution regenerates the sensor for repeated use.
Industrial vibration sensors
PCB Piezotronics has released Series 64X, 4-20 mA industrial vibration sensors, which integrate an accelerometer and vibration transmitter into one small, robust accelerometer housing. Series 64X provides a more compact and cost-effective continuous monitoring solution than accelerometers with separate vibration transmitter and provides reliable machinery health information to existing Plant Information systems.
IMI Sensors, div. of PCB Piezotronics, Inc.
In-Situ Inc. designs, manufactures, distributes, and rents equipment for monitoring the quantity and quality of groundwater and surface water. From advanced aquifer characterization to long-term monitoring to economical data collection, In-Situ Level TROLL instruments provide accurate results and reliable operation—even in harsh conditions. Visit www.in-situ.com for details.
The Unicorn sampling system is ideally suited for continuous monitoring systems of flue gas with moderate levels of particulates, where it filters and cools the flue gas without degrading the sample gas. The modular design is available in three distinct configurations: Heated Filter Unit, Sample Drier, and an Integrated Sample Filter and Drier Unit.
Land Instruments, AMETEK
TES/Goyen’s UltraCEM is a rugged and reliable approach to stack monitoring. Using EPA reference method detectors, the UltraCEMS offers installation and application flexibility. Designed to meet 40 CFR 60-75, the UltraCEMS does so without a lot of fuss. In fact, it can be quite boring! Ask any UltraCEM user.
Tyco Environmental Systems/Goyen Valve