Oxygen analyzers have a variety of different applications e.g. ambient air monitoring, combustion monitoring and control, and marine and land inerting monitoring and control.
An oxygen analyzer for stack gas measures the content of oxygen in the exhaust gas after combustion. It provides data to help control the fuel-air ratio in the combustion process. The fuel-air ratio in the combustion process is crucial when optimizing combustion and boiler efficiency. Insufficient or too much air/oxygen supply leads to poor combustion. It means that the energy is lost as either there is unburned carbon (in case of insufficient air) or too much air is heated (in case of too much air).
An oxygen analyzer for inert gas measures the content of oxygen in the inert gas generated by any inert gas systems. Inert gas refers to gases with a low content of oxygen that are used to fill void spaces in and around tanks for explosion protection. It is mandatory for all fixed oxygen analyzing systems to be MED approved if they are installed on board of European flagged ships. Our G36 & G36p oxygen analyzers are among the few in the world which have achieved this MED approval.
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