One such class of analysis tools uses a laser source to identify the kind and amount of the element in the gaseous phase. These devices are called laser-based gas analyzers. One such class of analysis tools uses a laser source to identify the kind and amount of the element in the gaseous phase.
These devices are called laser-based gas analyzers. Raman analyzers, Cavity-Ring Down Spectroscopy, and Tunable Diode Laser Absorption Spectroscopy (TDLAS) are a few of the main Laser-Based Gas Analyzers that are seeing significant industry adoption.
The Global Laser Gas Analyzer market accounted for $XX Billion in 2022 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2023 to 2030.
A cross-stack Tunable Diode Laser gas analyzer that can be specially optimised for combustion, ammonia slip, and process control applications has been launched by Servomex as part of its SERVOTOUGH Laser 3 Plus line.
The newest iteration of the range, the Combustion version, can be optimised for measurements of O2, CO, or a mixture of CO and CH4. For safety and control uses in gas-fired, oil-fired, and coal-fired processes, the Combustion CO and Combustion CO+CH4 models are essential.
They can keep an eye on CO levels in flue gas to reduce oxygen levels and improve the effectiveness and security of combustion. To optimise safety, the CO+CH4 version will also keep an eye on running and light-off conditions.
The Combustion O2 version has been enhanced to detect oxygen in flue gas, control oxygen levels, and improve combustion efficiency. Up to two absorbance lines are used, along with air or nitrogen purge gases, to detect oxygen from ambient to 1500oC.
The Process O2 and CO versions track oxygen and carbon monoxide levels in processes where such tracking is important to the process’s secure, reliable, and safe operation.
It also plays a crucial role in safety applications. It provides a solution for safety uses by using Servomex’s proprietary cuvette line lock technology. The emissions control Laser 3 Plus operates in gas-fired, oil-fired, and coal-fired processes, and it measures ammonia slip in catalytic or non-catalytic NOX reduction systems, for low measurement ppm applications.
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