Several analyzer types are of sufficiently sound design and manufacture to meet the industry-standard requirements for general purpose gas detection. Many of these also maintain this accuracy under normal conditions for a reasonable period of time following calibration.

It is much less common, however, for the accuracy to be maintained for the following, that are routinely found in industrial processes:

  • varying mixtures of solvents
  • under the difficult conditions of temperature
  • continuously high solvent concentrations
  • presence of contaminating substances & particulates

Choosing an analyzer that withstands these condiitons is of upmost importance to the success of your process.

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