Several models of combustion gas analyzers available from Chevrier InstrumentsDecember 3, 2018 REDWIRE is news you can use from leading suppliers. Powered by FRASERS.
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Chevrier Instruments is a veteran supplier of top industrial test and measurement devices, especially a wide selection of devices manufactured by KIMO Instruments. Among these are several makes of combustion gas analyzers, which are capable of measuring gas, pressure, temperature, and 15 other programmed combustibles. Each of these models is complete with best-in-class features.
With eight designs available, including several types by KIMO, Chevrier is sure to have the right combustion gas analyzer for every client need.
Four Model KIGAZ analyzers
KIMO produces four types of combustion gas analyzers under the brand name KIGAZ. These models, all available from Chevrier, are as follows:
- Model KIGAZ 80. Weighing only 660 grams, this device can store 100,000 measurements. Features include a step-by-step procedure menu, self-test menu, software that enables mobile use, a 54-by-50-millimetre screen, a ten-key keypad, and a battery for ten hours of constant operation.
- Model KIGAZ 110. Like the KIGAZ 80, this model has sufficient memory for 100,000 measurements, but also has a larger LCD display and built-in printer. The 110 also has an oxygen long-life sensor, a CO-H2 interchangeable sensor, and sensor protection. Mobile-use software and ten-hour battery also supplied.
- Model KIGAZ 210. The 210 includes CO-H2, NO, and CH4 interchangeable sensors, plus carbon-monoxide sensor protection by solenoid valve and an oxygen long-life sensor. Other features include: an intuitive interface with icons; a step-by-step procedure menu; a probe handle with an LED light to lighten dark areas; an interchangeable probe; a built-in printer; and a single connector. Also includes enough memory to store 100,000 measurements.
- Model KIGAZ 310. This unit has an oxygen long-life sensor, plus CO-H2, NO, NO2, SO2, and CH4 interchangeable sensors, as well as carbon-monoxide dilution, auto-zeroing in the flue, and a gas-flow automatic setting. The 310 also features three pressure sensors, a single connector, an interchangeable probe, a built-in water trap with maximum-level alarm, an intuitive graphic interface, a built-in printer, and a probe handle with an LED light to lighten dark areas.
These combustion gas analyzers are sure to keep any gas-using business safe.
To learn more, contact Chevrier Instruments.