testo 350 - Portable emission analyzer

Order-Nr.  0632 3510

  • Increased measurement range for unlimited measurements, even when gas concentrations are higher

  • Easy to change gas sensors / easy to access parts

  • Sealed housing / built in impact protection

  • Auto processing of programs over a longer period

The testo 350 is a rugged, easy to use exhaust gas analyzer for carrying out precise industrial emission measurements and providing proper data administration.  The Analysis Box can be operated with up to 6 gas sensors (5 optional).  Select from sensors for CO, NO, NO2, SO2, H2S, CxHy and CO2.

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Product Description

The rugged testo 350 exhaust gas analyzer is ideal for a wide range of professional industrial emission measurements and analysis applications, and is excellently suited for complex data compilation.
 

The testo 350 exhaust gas analyzer is made up of two separate units

  • The testo 350 Control Unit is used to control emission measurements.  It has a clearly structured graphic display, and four different menu applications to choose from, including burner / gas turbine / motors / user-defined applications.  The instructions on the display guide you through the measurement and make the steps leading up to it easier.  This saves both time and hassle.  The Control Unit can also be used to control the Analysis Box when it is not at the exhaust gas pipe or measurement site.  This is advisable when working on larger systems.
  • The testo 350 Analysis Box contains the sensor system and electronics.  It comes standard equipped with an O2 gas sensor.  At least one more sensor (maximum of six) is needed to operate the Box.  Optional sensors include sensors for CO, CO2, NO, NO2, SO2, H2S and CxHy.

    The increased measuring range (thinning) allows you to carry out unlimited measurements with higher gas concentrations.  It is automatically activated when gas concentrations are unexpectedly high.  The measuring range of a selected sensor can be increased by a certain factor.  An opening on the underside gives you access to the relevant service and wearing parts, such as pumps and filters.  The testo 350 also has numerous diagnosis functions with easy to understand readings and information.  The analyzer constantly displays the current reading.

    The Analysis Box can be controlled by the Control Unit or operated via USB, Bluetooth® 2.0, or CANCase from a PC or notebook.  After the Analysis Box has been programmed, it can carry out measurements independently, save the results, and transfer the data to the Control Unit.

Conducting industrial emission measurements with the testo 350

The testo 350 exhaust gas analyzer has been specially designed for carrying out industrial emission measurements in the field.  In the tab “Applications” you can find out more about:

►Emission measurements on industrial motors
►Emission measurements on burners
►Emission measurements on gas turbines
►Emission measurements on thermo processes

 

Delivery Scope

testo 350, O2 sensor, differential pressure sensor, type K NiCr-Ni and type S temperature sensor port, Pt10Rh-Pt, testo data bus port, rechargeable battery, built in combustion air sensor (NTC), trigger port, data memory, carrying strap set for the Control Unit and Analysis Box, and USB interface
Temperature - NTC

Measuring range

-4° to 122 °F / -20 to +50 °C

Accuracy

±0.4 °F (14° to 122 °F) / ±0.2 °C (-10 to +50 °C)

Resolution

0.1 °F (-4° to 122 °F) / 0.1 °C (-20 to +50 °C)

Ambient temperature probe

Temperature - Type K TC

Measuring range

-328.0° to 2498.0 °F / -200 to +1370 °C

Accuracy

±0.7 °F (-148.0° to 392.0 °F) / ±0.4 °C (-100 to +200 °C)

±1.8 °F (-328.0° to -148.2 °F) / ±1 °C (-200 to -100.1 °C)

±1.8 °F (392.2° to 2498.0 °F) / ±1 °C (200.1 to +1370 °C)

Resolution

±0.1 °F (-328.0° to 2498.0 °F) / 0.1 °C (-200 to +1370 °C)

Temperature - TC Type S (Pt10Rh-Pt)

Measuring range

32.0° to 3200.0 °F / 0 to +1760 °C

Accuracy

±1.8 °F (32.0° to 3200.0 °F) / ±1 °C (0 to +1760 °C)

Resolution

±0.1 °F (32.0° to 3200.0 °F) / 0.1 °C (0 to +1760 °C)

Differential Pressure

Measuring range

-16 to +16 InH₂O / -40 to +40 hPa

-80 to +80 InH₂O / -200 to +200 hPa

Accuracy

±1.5 % of mv (-16 to -1 InH₂O) / ±1.5 % of mv (-40 to -3 hPa)

±1.5 % of mv (+1 to +16 InH₂O) / ±1.5 % of mv (+3 to +40 hPa)

±0.01 InH₂O (-1.20 to +1.20 InH₂O) / ±0.03 hPa (-2.99 to +2.99 hPa)

±1.5 % of mv (-80 to -20 InH₂O) / ±1.5 % of mv (-200 to -50 hPa)

±1.5 % of mv (+20 to +80 InH₂O) / ±1.5 % of mv (+50 to +200 hPa)

±0.2 InH₂O (-20.0 to +20.0 InH₂O) / ±0.5 hPa (-49.9 to +49.9 hPa)

Resolution

0.01 InH₂O (-16 to +16 InH₂O) / 0.01 hPa (-40 to +40 hPa)

0.1 InH₂O (-80 to +80 InH₂O) / 0.1 hPa (-200 to +200 hPa)

Absolute Pressure

Measuring range

240 to +460 InH₂O / 600 to +1150 hPa

Accuracy

±4 InH₂O / ±10 hPa

Resolution

1 InH₂O / 1 hPa

opt. when equipped with IR sensor

Flue gas O₂

Measuring range

0 to +25 Vol.%

Accuracy

±0.8% of fsv (0 to +25 Vol.%)

Resolution

0.01 Vol.% (0 to +25 Vol.%)

Reaction time t₉₀

20 sec (t95)

Flue gas CO

Measuring range

0 to +10000 ppm

Accuracy

±5 % of mv (+200 to +2000 ppm)

±10 % of mv (+2001 to +10000 ppm)

±10 ppm (0 to +199 ppm)

Resolution

1 ppm (0 to +10000 ppm)

Reaction time t₉₀

40 sec

H₂ only as an indicator

Flue gas COlow

Measuring range

0 to 500 ppm

Accuracy

±5 % of mv (+40 to +500 ppm)

±2 ppm (0 to +39.9 ppm)

Resolution

0.1 ppm (0 to +500 ppm)

Reaction time t₉₀

40 sec

H₂ only as an indicator

Flue Gas NO

Measuring range

0 to +4000 ppm

Accuracy

±5 % of mv (+100 to +1999 ppm)

±10 % of mv (+2000 to +4000 ppm)

±5 ppm (0 to +99 ppm)

Resolution

1 ppm (0 to +4000 ppm)

Reaction time t₉₀

30 sec

Flue gas NOlow

Measuring range

0 to +300 ppm

Accuracy

±5 % of mv (+40 to +300 ppm)

±2 ppm (0 to +39.9 ppm)

Resolution

±0.1 ppm (0 to +300 ppm)

Reaction time t₉₀

30 sec

Flue Gas NO₂

Measuring range

0 to +500 ppm

Accuracy

±5 % of mv (+100 to +500 ppm)

±5 ppm (0 to +99.9 ppm)

Resolution

0.1 ppm (0 to +500 ppm)

Reaction time t₉₀

40 sec

Flue Gas SO₂

Measuring range

0 to +5000 ppm

Accuracy

±5 % of mv (+100 to +2000 ppm)

±10 % of mv (+2001 to +5000 ppm)

±5 ppm (0 to +99 ppm)

Resolution

1 ppm (0 to +5000 ppm)

Reaction time t₉₀

30 sec

Efficiency (calculated)

Measuring range

0 to +120 %

Resolution

0.1 % (0 to +120 %)

Flue Gas loss (calculated)

Measuring range

0 to +99.9 %

Resolution

0.1 % (0 to +99.9 %)

Flue Gas dewpoint (calculated)

Measuring range

0 to +99.9 °Ctd

Resolution

0.1 °Ctd (0 to +99.9 °Ctd)

Flue Gas CO₂ calculation (calculated from O₂)

Measuring range

0 to CO₂ max

Accuracy

calculated from O₂ ±0.2 Vol.%

Resolution

0.01 Vol.%

Flue gas H₂S

Measuring range

0 to +300 ppm

Accuracy

±5 % of mv (+40 to +300 ppm)

±2 ppm (0 to +39.9 ppm)

Resolution

0.1 ppm (0 to +300 ppm)

Reaction time t₉₀

35 sec

Flue Gas CO₂ - NDIR

Measuring range

0 to +50 Vol.%

Accuracy

±0.3 Vol.% + 1 % of mv (0 to 25 Vol.%)

±0.5 Vol.% + 1.5 % of mv (25 to 50 Vol.%)

Resolution

0.01 Vol.% (0 to 25 Vol.%)

0.1 Vol.% (> 25 Vol.%)

Reaction time t₉₀

10 sec

Velocity / Volume flow

Measuring range

0 to +7874 fpm / 0 to +40 m/s

Resolution

19.7 fpm (0 to +7874 fpm) / 0.1 m/s (0 to +40 m/s)

Methane (CH₄)

Measuring range

100 to 40000 ppm

Accuracy

< 400 ppm (100 to 4000 ppm)

< 10 % of mv (> 4000 ppm)

Resolution

10 ppm

Min. O₂ requirement in flue gas

2 % + (2 x mv methane)

Reaction time t₉₀

< 40 sec

Response factor

1

Lower explosion limit (LEL) must be adhered to.
The HC sensor is adjusted to methane ex-works. It can be adjusted to a different gas (propane or butane) by the user.

Propane (C₃H₈)

Measuring range

100 to 21000 ppm

Accuracy

< 400 ppm (100 to 4000 ppm)

< 10 % of mv (> 4000 ppm)

Resolution

10 ppm

Min. O₂ requirement in flue gas

2 % + (5 x mv propane)

Reaction time t₉₀

< 40 sec

Response factor

1.5

Lower explosion limit (LEL) must be adhered to.
The HC sensor is adjusted to methane ex-works. It can be adjusted to a different gas (propane or butane) by the user.

Butane (C₄H₁₀)

Measuring range

100 to 18000 ppm

Accuracy

< 400 ppm (100 to 4000 ppm)

< 10 % of mv (> 4000 ppm)

Resolution

10 ppm

Min. O₂ requirement in flue gas

2 % + (6.5 x mv butane)

Reaction time t₉₀

< 40 sec

Response factor

2

Lower explosion limit (LEL) must be adhered to.
The HC sensor is adjusted to methane ex-works. It can be adjusted to a different gas (propane or butane) by the user.

General technical data

Dimensions

13 x 5 x 17 in. / 330 x 128 x 438 mm

Operating temperature

23.0° to 113.0 °F / -5 to +45 °C

Housing

ABS

Protection class

IP40

Battery type

lithium batteries

Battery life

5 h

Power supply

AC mains unit 100V to 240V (50 to 60 Hz)

DC electric tension input

11V to 40V

Dewpoint calculation

0 °Ctd; 99 °Ctd

Max. dust load

20 g/m³ dust in flue gas

Max. neg. press./flue gas

-4.351 psi / -300 mbar

Max. pos. press./flue gas

0.725 psi / 50 mbar

Trigger input

Voltage 5 to 12 Volt (rising or trailing edge) pulse width > 1 sec load: 5 V/max, 5 mA, 12 V/max. 40 mA

Max. humidity load

70 °C dewpoint temperature

Hose length

16.2 m (corresponds to 5 probe hose extensions)

Pump flow

1 l/min. with through-flow monitoring

Maximum

250,000 readings

Storage temperature

-4.0° to 122.0 °F / -20 to +50 °C

Weight

169 oz. / 4800 g

Better combustion testing and tuning

Sometimes a single sample location is just not enough for an optimum measurement. Sometimes you need information before the catalyst, or want more information to give you better SCR performance, or maybe more data to help you design or troubleshoot a system. Whatever the requirement, the unique multi-unit capability provides unlimited testing configurations.

Connect multiple analyzer boxes (up to 16 total) through the Testo BUS to better understand your process. The graphing display of real time NOX or CO gives you information in real-time. For additional flexibility, a six channel analog output box can be looped in the system to provide a (user selected) 4-20 mA output.

Better Engine Testing

Analyzer requirements for emission and combustion analysis can vary based on the different combustion applications. For example, extreme concentrations (i.e. CO, NOx, or particulate) can be present in engine exhaust, thus requiring special sensor capabilities and the need for high accuracy for compliance. The testo 350 portable emission analyzer is built with proven technologies and a simple-to-use interface to make engine testing more accurate and easier than ever.

Wireless operation (over 300 feet) allows you to adjust combustion controls at a convenient location, instead of at the sample port. Large on-board memory and fresh air purging automatic test programs allow data collection for a day, a week, or a month. The hi-def colorful, graphic display is surpassed only by the powerful easyEmission software. Together they let you control the analyzer, setup the test, define sites and locations, perform calibrations, and much more.

Measures both NO and NO2 for proper engine set up and unsurpassed accuracy.

Engine-specific menus take the guess work out of testing. The patented dilution system extends the sensor ranges (specifically needed for engine testing) and provides greater sensor protection as an extra benefit. It also provides a true measurement of CO. No need to remove the probe from the stack -simply press the "fresh air purge." It increases sensor life and keeps you off ladders and safely on the ground. Active gas conditioning is mandatory for EPA and high accuracy testing and the 350's integrated gas conditioning system (thermoelectric cooler with automatic condensate removal pump) delivers dry basis data as required for most reporting. The new, more powerful pump automatically controls sample flow rate for EPA accuracy.

The 350 engine probe is specifically designed for engine testing. The pressure relief hose makes testing right or left cylinder banks easier. Stack temperature can be measured with optional thermocouples. Teflon lined sample hoses provide the highest level of accuracy. Heavy particulate loading from diesels are easily handled with the sintered filter options. Heated sample lines and the industrial probe option cover all your testing requirements.

Analysis of the gas atmosphere (thermal processes)

The flue gas analysis is used for thermal process monitoring in process combustion systems, such as in continuous furnaces for the glass, ceramics and construction material sector, or in steel melting and hardening furnaces, etc. In processes of this kind, substances may pass from the product being processed into the flue gas, increasing the usual emissions produced by the combustion system;

vice versa, pollutants may pass from the gas and become part of the product being processed. The flue gas analyzer testo 350 can be used to pursue two main goals: monitoring of the process-related gas atmosphere to ensure the optimum quality of the processed products. The gas analysis provides information for process-related measures, such as the design of the furnace interior, flame control, fired product and furnace temperature, or the combustion air supply. At the same time, the gas analysis contributes to optimum operation of the system in terms of operating costs and safety.

Better Industrial Testing

Combustion analyses in industrial processes vary widely. O2 and CO measurements are critical for proper combustion; NOX or SO2 measurements are important for today's pollution control devices. Sometimes extreme concentrations are also encountered and unexpected. The Testo 350's dilution system provides the protection and accuracy to continue working.

High temperature sampling in kilns can be easily achieved with the wide array of probes and hose options for the Testo 350. The Testo 350 is truly an analyzer designed to be your industrial workhorse.

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