Thermo-FID ES 19” rack mountable continuous VOC analyser (MCERTS)
Designed for mounting in a 19 inch rack, the Thermo-FID ES employs a flame ionisation detector (FID) for the monitoring of volatile organic compound (VOC) gases as Total Organic Carbon (TOC) concentrations in a sample gas. The logical layout and compact dimensions offer System Integrators improved ease of installation reducing engineering time. The ES model is suitable for monitoring hydrocarbons from low ppb levels up to 100,000 ppm with results displayed in ppm or mg/m3.
The Thermo-FID instruments are designed for the accurate, reliable continuous monitoring of hydrocarbon gases in a wide variety of applications including flue gas emissions, solvent evaporation, waste incineration, process monitoring, workplace and ambient monitoring.
The sensor and pneumatic assembly are heated to 200°C to avoid condensation and a heated pump without moving parts delivers reliable efficiency. The Thermo-FID is almost independent of pressure fluctuations from the process stream.
A sophisticated built-in microprocessor controls the analyser, providing full diagnostic capabilities, fully automatic calibration, automatic start up even after a power failure, automatic flame ignition, automatic fuel shut off system, remote service diagnostics and many other features for unmanned operation, including status information and alarm relays for errors or maintenance requests.
- MCERTS approved
- Flexible I/O modular platform
- Automatic start up / ignition
- Built-in zero gas and burner air
- Automatic calibration
- Very low maintenance
- Microprocessor controlled sample gas flow
- Heated sample line
- Automatic adjustment of flow
- Automatic fuel shut off
- Status and alarm relays
- Multi-point sampling (optional)
- Remote control and remote service (optional)
- Automatic ranging (optional)
- Methane/Non-methane measurements (optional)
For customers requiring a full integrated monitoring solution, Quantitech supplies complete bespoke sampling and monitoring systems employing the best available technologies for monitoring gases and particulates.