New White Paper on FTIR multigas analysis
With the ability to measure almost any gas, FTIR monitoring technology is employed in an enormous variety of applications including Continuous Emissions Monitoring, Stack Testing, Process Control, Industrial Hygiene, Engine Emissions, Semiconductor Manufacturing, Emergency / First Response, Greenhouse Gas Monitoring, Carbon Capture, Fire Testing, Research and many more.
The same FTIR technology can be deployed in fixed, mobile or portable versions and configured to analyse specific target compounds. However, FTIR can also be used to look for unknown compounds.
The White Paper answers the 22 most commonly asked FTIR questions, such as:
• How is the IR spectrum used for the gas quantification?
• What is the performance of FTIR in emissions monitoring?
• When should a Gasmet FTIR be calibrated?
• What is the typical response time?
• What is a reference spectrum and what effect is there from the use of a reference spectrum from a different analyzer?
For further information, please contact:
Gasmet Head Office:
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Note to editors:
Gasmet Technologies is a leading manufacturer of gas monitoring instruments and systems for industrial and environmental applications including Continuous Emissions Monitoring (Power Plants, Waste Incinerators, Cement Kilns etc.) Stack Testing / Comparison Measurements, Process Control, Industrial Hygiene / Indoor Air Quality, Engine Exhaust Gas, Semiconductor Manufacturing, Emergency / First Response Measurement (HAZMAT), Greenhouse Gas Monitoring, Carbon Capture, Fire Testing Emissions Monitoring and Research.Gasmet FTIR gas analyzers can perform simultaneous measurement of both organic and inorganic compounds in even the most demanding applications including hot, wet and corrosive gas streams. Concentrations of up to 50 different compounds can be measured within seconds.