What are the main technologies for monitoring HCL
Two main technologies are used to monitor HCl gas:
☑ Tunable Diode Laser Absorption Spectroscopy (TDLAS)
☑ Fourier Transform Infrared (FTIR) spectroscopy
TDLAS is a laser-based technique that uses tunable lasers to measure the absorption of light at specific wavelengths, allowing the targeted measurement of HCl gas. FTIR spectroscopy is a technique that measures the absorption of infrared light, which means it can measure a wide range of compounds including HCl gas.
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ESE-LASER-HCL-200 online TDL HCL gas analysis system
ESE-LASER-HCL-200P Portable TDL HCL gas analyzer
ESE-LASER-HCL-500 online TDL HCL gas analyzer
ESE-LASER-HCL-700 Trace HCL gas analyzer （ppb range）
|Method||Tunable Diode Laser Spectrometry (TDLAS)|
|Range||HCL/HF: 0-50ppm，0-100ppm,0-500ppm（ Customized）
|Accuracy||± 1% full scale reading depending on integration stability (temperature & pressure)|
|Response time||Less than 15S (at gas flow rate of 3 L/min)|
|Sampling Gas Temperature||≥180℃|
|Analog Output||4`20mA DC, Insulating output, maximum load is 900 ohm,|
|Power Supply||90-240VAC / 50/60Hz 120W|
|Warm up time||30 minutes|
|Ambient Temperature||Temp：-10-50℃ Humidity：0-90%RH|
HCl TDLAS (Tunable Diode Laser Absorption Spectroscopy) gas analyzers offer several advantages for the analysis of hydrogen chloride (HCl) gas. Some of the key advantages of HCl TDLAS gas analyzers include:
These advantages make HCl TDLAS gas analyzers a preferred choice for HCl gas analysis in various industries, including
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