Flue gas analysis in industrial installations often needs to be carried out in extreme conditions, involving high temperatures, high humidity or a high dust content in the flue gas, for example. Emission measurements are taken in resource- and energy-intensive processes, during which large quantities of emissions such as carbon monoxide (CO), carbon dioxide (CO2), nitrogen oxides (NOX) or sulphur dioxide (SO2) are produced.
With a number of exhaust gas probes, sensors and special options such as automatic dilution or Peltier gas preparation, the exhaust gas analysers from Testo were specially developed for extreme demands. Emission analyser applications are included in industrial areas such as co generation plants, boiler plants, metal works, gas turbines, engines and mining. A Testo emission analyser is designed to withstand the intense conditions of these environments and to help you take accurate readings throughout.
Numerous measurement parameters: O2, CO, NO, NO2, SO2, CO2, H2S
Extensive selection of probes
Fast access to sensors and wearing parts
Measurement data management via software
Further information about flue gas analysis and emission measurement
When analysing the burner’s behaviour, the focus of attention is often on fuel supply, atomisation, control behaviour and emissions values.
The flue gas analysers enable all relevant gases to be analyzed and the combustion process to be adjusted so that the best possible ratio of fuel to combustion air quantities is achieved.
Use the testo 300 NEXT LEVEL flue gas analyser to carry out flue gas measurements easily and efficiently, even on larger systems:
Wireless parallel measurements in record time
Practical second screen function
Easy, intuitive documentation and data integration with your in-house software
Flue gases contain, among others CO2, CO, oxides or soot particles. These pollute the environment, have a negative effect on the climate and conceal numerous health risks for human beings. Flue gas analysis with professional flue gas analysers from Testo helps to make combustion processes more efficient, to optimise thermal processes, and above all, to reduce emissions.
Protection of the atmosphere thanks to as low a pollutant level as possible
The most efficient use of energy possible
Adherence to prescribed pollutant levels per exhaust gas volume and energy loss