What is a combustion analyzer?
A portable combustion analyzer is a device dedicated to checking the efficiency of any combustion equipment by measuring its gas emissions.
The analyzer measures carbon monoxide (CO), nitrogen monoxide (NO), nitrogen dioxide (NO2), and sulfur dioxide (SO2) at low concentrations (ppm). This monitoring equipment can also be fitted with an oxygen (O2) detection sensor and is able to measure temperature, excess air and pressure to complete the combustion analysis.
Accurate and easy to use, a combustion analyzer makes it possible to carry out tests quickly. With internal memory and data export capabilities, they facilitate the creation of an inspection certificate.
Applications for combustion analyzer
Combustion analyzer for commercial and industrial boilers
The combustion analyzer is an essential tool for commissioning, adjustments, maintenance and certification of commercial and industrial boiler installations. It is particularly used for mandatory boiler rooms annual control. Indeed, the boiler control and maintenance requires the measurement of polluting emissions coming from the device.
The combustion analysis of a boiler makes it possible to control and improve its performance by:
- reducing fuel consumption costs,
- reducing the pollution generated by the installation,
- extending the life of the heating equipment,
- and guaranteeing the proper functioning and safety of the boiler room.
Various applications for combustion analyzers
The combustion analyzer is a particularly useful tool in many applications involving fuels:
- motor engine tuning,
- burner & combustion chamber control
- industrial facilities compliance
- turbine emissions measurement
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