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Re: combustion gas analysis software

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Posted by Biagi on May 03, 2002 at 15:29:16:

In Reply to: combustion gas analysis software posted by henry garcia bustamante on February 17, 2002 at 14:45:32:

: Can you what is the most adecuate analysis equipment for boiler and furnaces combustion gases?

There are many types of exhaust gas analysis equipment on the market. Like any equipment or tool, you, as the user, need to decide what you're trying to do and consider the scope of your task before purchasing equipment. If you want full time analysis you need to consider where you will install the equipment and how much do you want to spend. Also, will this equipment be sampling more than one boiler?

On the other hand, if you are like a service tech and sample at various times at various locations and do not need full time sampling, then, you might want to consider equipment such as service techs use. In this case, where you will mount the equipment is not an issuer. However, in all gas analysis it is important that someone know how to interpret the findings and in thagt lies the rub. Most people can't properly interpret the readings and by not interpreting correctly they get themselves in trouble quickly. If you need more information about anything I've mentioned here, please send your questions to my email address and I can help you more effectivly.


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