When selecting a flammability analyzer, it’s always a good idea to enlist the advice of a specialist in the field. Do not assume that the analyzer which was correct for a previous job will also be the right choice for another application. Whether new or similar, the specific details of each application need to be examined closely to prevent disaster.

  • The application survey that a manufacturer’s technical sales representative or engineer asks you to fill out is a critical part of this selection process. When getting a quote be sure that the company issuing the quote has this information.

Choosing the right kind of instrument can be a detailed task, even for those familiar with the process. The instrument of choice may vary from one application to the next, but the correct process flammability analyzer (one that is fast, accurate, and fail-safe) will optimize your plant safety and production speed.

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