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Flue gas analyzer

Flue gas analyzer

The LANCOM 6500 portable flue gas analyzer monitors emission sources such as boilers, furnaces and gas turbines. Unit measures up to six gases simultaneously and includes draft, temperature measurement and comprehensive calculations. System includes printer, RS-232 communications, automatic calibration and nine analog outputs. System for computer analysis of data includes automatic data logging and computer interfacing.

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