Gas Analyzer individual

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  •   Measuring instruments and gaging equipment
    • Gas Analyzer individual ANKAT-7601
      For continuous automated concentration measurement of àçîíà in àòìîñ ôåðå and air of plants.
    • Gas Analyzer individual ANKAT-7631
      For content control of maximum permissible concentration in working çî not maximum permissible concentration of R. Z. one of components: carbon oxides, chlorine or ñåðîâîäî gender, signalling issuances in case of maximum concentration limit excess.
    • Gas Analyzer individual ANKAT-7654
      For inspection content control one or several êîìïîíåí t into the air of plants.
    • Gas Analyzer individual ANKAT-7661
      For automated measurement of sour sulfur in natural gas with the aim of degree control of odorization (aroma strength of gas), as well as to ÷åñòâà of marketable gas in compliance with Gost 5542-87.
    • Gas Analyzer individual ANKAT-7664
      For simultaneous control of äîâçðûâîîïàñíîé methane concentration, êèñëî gender, oxide of carbon and sulphuric hydrogen in organic volumes, on working places, as well as issuances of audio signalling.
    • Gas Analyzer individual GIAM-302
      For concentration control of carbon dioxide in gaseous media and issuance alarm signalling.
    • Gas Analyzer individual GIAM-305
      For concentration control of amount of saturated hydrocarbons in gas CP d and issuance of preliminary and alarm signalling on maximum permissible concentration achievement working çðîíû on hydrocarbons.