G7200 - Multi Gas Monitoring System
Marine fuel consumption produces harmful emissions, endangering the environment and health. To meet regulations and safeguard both, vessels require advanced gas monitoring systems.
G7200 Multi Gas Monitoring System
The G7200 Multi Gas Monitoring System allows operators to track harmful emissions in real-time, ensuring compliance, protecting health and the environment, and boosting operational efficiency while enhancing trust.
The G7200 Multi Gas Monitoring System, also known as a CEMS, draws from direct feedback and insights from our customers and is deliberately crafted for the harsh maritime environment. The system employs eco-friendly cooling methods, eliminating harmful refrigerants.
Optional remote access enhances system management from anywhere, supported by our global service network for a cost-effective ownership model.
The G7200 Multi Gas Monitoring System uses non-dispersive infrared/ultraviolet technology with up to three gas analyzers. It samples from five points, ensuring real-time, efficient monitoring and rapid response to excessive emissions.
Service and support
The G7200 Multi Gas Monitoring System has easy installation and low maintenance, thanks to its low gas flow design. It runs for extended periods before servicing, with easily replaceable parts. We offer full service for replacements and retrofits to ensure peak performance throughout its lifespan.
- Durable and robust design for high ambient temperatures
- Fast, accurate and reliable gas detection with well-proven extraction system
- 5-step filtration
- Modular design for customized monitoring profile
- Measures SO2, CO2, CO, CH4, NO2, N2O and NO levels
- Failsafe zero air system with integrated air treatment unit
- Up to five sampling points
- Automatic calibration using internal calibration cells (SO2/CO2)
- Low gas flow for low filter consumption
- Easy replacement of consumable parts by crew or Green Instruments service support
Why use multi gas monitors?
Marine fuel consumption generates harmful emissions, posing risks to the environment and human health. To meet regulations and safeguard both, vessels require advanced gas and water monitoring systems. With multi-gas monitoring, operators can track harmful emissions in real-time, ensuring compliance, protecting health and the environment, and enhancing stakeholder trust while improving operational efficiency.