REDwire Combustion gas analyzers available from Chevrier Instruments

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Combustion gas analyzers from KIMO Instruments can measure gas, pressure, temperature and more.

Chevrier Instruments can supply combustion gas analyzers from KIMO Instruments. These units can measure gas, pressure, temperature and 15 other programmed combustibles. With several models available, each complete with best-in-class features, customers are sure to find an analyzer that fits their precise needs.

Model KIGAZ 80

This lightweight instrument (only 660 grams) has enough memory to store 100,000 measurements, and features a step-by-step procedure menu, as well as a self-test menu. The unit is supplied with software to enable mobile use, and a battery that enables 10 hours of continuous operation. The screen measures 54 millimetres by 50 millimetres, and its keypad has 10 keys.

Model KIGAZ 110

This instrument also has the ability to store 100,000 measurements; however, it has a larger LCD display and a built-in printer as standard. Additional features include an O2 long life sensor, a CO-H2 interchangeable sensor, as well as sensor protection. This unit is also supplied with software to enable mobile use, and a battery that enables 10 hours of continuous operation.

Model KIGAZ 210

This model features CO-H2 , NO and CH4 interchangeable sensors, CO sensor protection by solenoid valve, and an O2 long life sensor. Additional features include an intuitive interface with icons, a step-by-step procedure menu, a probe handle with an LED light to brighten dark areas, an interchangeable probe, a built-in printer and a single connector. Like the other models, it has the ability to store 100,000 measurements.

Model KIGAZ 310

The key features of this unit include an O2 long life sensor, CO-H2 , NO, NO2, SO2, CH4 interchangeable sensors, CO dilution, auto-zeroing in the flue, and a gas flow automatic setting. Additional features include three pressure sensors, a single connector, an interchangeable probe, a built-in water trap with max level alarm, an intuitive graphic interface, a built-in printer, and a probe handle with an LED light to brighten dark areas.

To learn more about the lineup of combustion gas analyzers, contact Chevrier Instruments.

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