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Combustion Analyzer With All The Trappings

October 13, 2009 10:45 am | Chem Info | Product Releases | Comments

E Instruments introduces its E1100 handheld combustion analyzer as a rugged unit for boiler, burner, engine, turbine, furnace and other combustion applications.

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Pre-Calibrated, Field Replaceable Gas Sensors

September 21, 2009 1:21 pm | Chem Info | Product Releases | Comments

The new hand held E1100 industrial combustion gas analyzer from E Instruments has pre-calibrated and field replaceable sensors for O2 and CO. The analyzer also features: A built-in printer. Unbreakable metal probe connectors.

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Pre-Calibrated, Field-Replaceable Gas Sensors

September 21, 2009 1:10 pm | Chem Info | Product Releases | Comments

The new hand held E1100 industrial combustion gas analyzer from E Instruments has pre-calibrated and field replaceable sensors for O2 and CO. The analyzer also features: A built-in printer. Unbreakable metal probe connectors.

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Boiler Breakthrough: Near-Zero NOx Emissions

February 6, 2008 5:20 am | Chem Info | Product Releases | Comments

Steam, generated from gas and oil-fired burners, remains a primary source of energy for a wide range of industrial applications including food processing and medical product manufacturing.

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Campus Success Story

June 1, 2007 6:01 am | Chem Info | Product Releases | Comments

N-Viro International Corp., Toledo, OH, says details of a test conducted on its biofuel at Michigan State University's T.B. Simon power plant has proven that the fuel can be used competitively to create electricity in coal-fired power plants.

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Flowmeter for Air/Gas Monitoring

April 6, 2007 11:57 am | Chem Info | Product Releases | Comments

The MT Series multi-point flowmeter has been engineered for process, environmental, and plant engineers requiring precise air/gas flow monitoring for complex industrial equipment or pollution monitoring systems in variable-flow, high-temperature environments up to 850°F.

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