GAS & AIR SAMPLING & MONITORING
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GAS & AIR
SAMPLING & MONITORING
What does a PID measure?
PID - Photo Ionization Detectors
LEL Explained
LEL Monitors
Infrared Methane Sensors Explained
Landfill Gas Monitors
Calibration Gas
Weather Monitors
Dust Monitor
Dust Sampler
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PID
GAS & AIR
SAMP. & MON.
MiniRAE 3000
Portable PID
0-15,000ppm range
The intrinsically safe hand-held
PID from RAE Systems features a
powerful built-in piston pump with
sample flow rates of 500cc/min.
The field rugged PID has excellent
response and remote monitoring
capabilities for confined space entry
and leak detection. It is also used
in the field of leaking underground
storage tanks and for head space
analysis in soil, wells and water. A
special sensor design and reliable
lamp produces stable base line and
span for increased sensitivity and
accuracy.
Features
• The patented sensor provides
the following unique features:
3-second response time; extended
range up to 15,000ppm with
improved linearity, humidity
compensation with integral,
humidity and temperature sensors
• Designed for simple service with easy access to lamp and sensor in seconds without tools
• Big graphic display for easy
overview of gas type, correction factor and concentration
• Field-interchangeable battery pack replaced in seconds without tools
• Integrated flashlight for better view in dark conditions
• User-friendly screens, including dataplot chart view
• Integrated RAE Systems correction factors list for more than 200 compounds to measure more chemicals than any other PID
• Multi-language support with 12 languages encoded
• Rugged housing withstands use in harsh environments
• Cleaning and decontamination in water
• Strong protective removable rubber boot
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Specifications
Display Graphic 4 lines, 28 x 43 mm, with LED backlight for enhanced display readability Keypad 1 operation and 2
programming keys, 1 flashlight on/off
Direct Readout Instantaneous reading
VOCs as ppm by vol.
High values STEL and TWA Battery and shutdown voltage. Date, time, temperature Range
0 to 999.9 ppm (0.1ppm res)
1000-15,000ppm
(1ppm res)
Alarms 95 dB (at 30 cm) buzzer and flashing red
LED to indicate exceeded preset limits
• High: 3 beeps and flashes per second
• Low: 2 beeps and flashes per second
• STEL and TWA: 1 beep and flash per
second
• Alarms latching with manual override
or automatic reset
• Additional diagnostic alarm and display
message for low battery and pump stall
IP Rating IP67 unit off and without flexible probe
IP65 unit running Datalogging Standard 6 months at one-minute intervals
Calibration Two-point or three-point calibration for
zero and span. Calibration memory for
8 calibration gases, alarm limits, span
values and calibration dates.
Sampling Pump Internal, integrated flow rate at 500 cc/mn
Sample from 100’ (30m) horizontally and vertically Low Flow Alarm Auto pump shutoff at low-flow condition CommunicationDownload data and upload instrument setup from PC through charging cradle or optional Bluetooth™
Wireless data transmission through built-in RF modem
Hazard Area Approval
US and Canada: UL, cUL, Classified as Intrinsically Safe for use
in Class I, Division I Groups A, B, C, D
Europe: ATEX II 1G EEx ia IIC T4 (pending) IECEx: II 1G EEx ia IIC T4 (pending) Temperature
-20° to 50° C
Humidity
0% to 95% relative
humidity (non-condensing) Attachments
Durable bright yellow rubber boot with belt clip Size
25.5 x 7.6 x 6.4 cm
Weight 738gm
Sensors
Photoionisation sensor with standard 10.6 eV
or optional 9.8 eV or 11.7 eV lamps Battery
Rechargeable, external field-replaceable Lithium-Ion battery pack Ordering Information
ACE059-B116-000
MiniRAE 3000 PID with 10.6 eV lamp.
Also includes: Li-ion battery, Datalogging
with ProRAE Studio Software Package,
Charging/download adapter, Flex-IProbe™, External filter, Rubber boot,
Alkaline battery adapter, Lamp-cleaning
kit, Tool kit, Operation & Maintenance
manual, Soft leather case. PID with accessories kit adds:
Hard transport case with pre-cut foam
padding, Charging/download cradle,
5 Porous metal filters and O-rings Organic vapor zeroing kit, Gas outlet
port adapter and tubing
Intrinsically
Safe
Available
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PID - Photoionisation Detector
Specifications
Portable PID
Size
25.5 x 7.6 x 6.4 cm
Weight
738 g
Sensors Photoionisation sensor with standard 10.6eV lamp
Battery • Alkaline battery adapter
• External field-
replaceable lithium-ion
battery pack, if specified
Operating Hours12 hours with lithium-ion battery
Display Graphic 4 lines, 28 x 43 mm, with LED back light
Keypad
1 operation and 2 programming keys, 1 flashlight on/off
Direct Readout Instantaneous reading of:
• VOCs as ppm by volume
• High and low values
• Date and time
Alarms 95 dB buzzer (at 30 cm) and flashing red
LED to indicate exceeded preset limits
• High: 3 beeps and flashes per second
• Low: 2 beeps and flashes per second
• Alarm latching with manual override or
automatic reset
• Additional diagnostic alarm and display
message for low
battery and pump stall
IP Rating
IP-65
Calibration
Two-point calibration for zero and span
Sampling Pump • Internal, integrated flow rate at 400 cc/min
• Sample from 100’ (30m) horizontally and vertically
Low Flow Alarm Auto shut-off pump at low-flow condition
Hazard Area Approval
IECEx Ex ia IIC/IIB Gb T4 -20°C≤Ta≤+50°C
Operating Temperature -20° to 50° C
Humidity 0 to 95% relative humidity
(non-condensing)
Attachments Durable green rubber boot
0-5,000ppm range
The MiniRAE Lite’s photoionisation
detection (PID) range is 0 to
5,000 ppm. This makes it an
ideal instrument for applications
ranging from environmental to
construction.
Note: this instrument is not rated
intrinsically safe.
Key Features • Proven PID technology—The patented sensor provides the following unique features: - 3-second response time - Range up to 5,000 ppm - Humidity compensation • Designed for service—Easy access to lamp and sensor in seconds without tools • Big graphic display for easy overview of concentration • Field-interchangeable battery pack, replacable in seconds without tools • Integrated flashlight for better visibility in low light
• Rugged housing withstands use in harsh environments PID Holster & Belt
• Frees up both hands for increased safety when climbing
• Military style leg position keeps the instrument at your fingertips
• Easy decontamination
• 45kg rated Velcro - backed holster keeps the instrument secure
• Charge and calibrate instrument without removing it from holster
• Holster is comfortable and allows the wearer to move freely
GAS & AIR
SAMP. & MON.
MiniRAE Lite
Ordering Information
ACE011-3040-000
Leg Harness / Holster without belt
ACE011-3041-000
Utility belt for holster
Ordering Information
ACE059-A110-000
MiniRAE Lite Monitor, Li-Ion battery, 10.6
eV UV lamp, External filter, Green rubber
boot, Alkaline battery adapter, Lamp
cleaning kit, Tool kit, charger, manual,
Soft leather carrying case
MiniRAE Lite with accessories kit adds: Hard transport case with pre-cut foam, 5
Porous metal filters and O-rings, Organic
vapor zeroing kit and Gas outlet port
adapter and tubing
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PID - Photoionisation Detector, Gas Monitor
GAS & AIR
SAMP. & MON.
EntryRAE
Specifications
PID & 4 Gas
Size
15cm x 8.3cm x 4.8cm without clip
Weight
567g with battery and clip
Sensors
5 Sensors:
- Protected catalytic bead for combustible gases (LEL)
- Electrochemical sensors for oxygen (O2) and hydrogen sulfide (H2S) and carbon monoxide (CO)
- Modular photo ionisation detector for broadband detection of VOCs using 10.6eV lamp
Battery
- Drop-in rechargeable with Li-ion
battery pack
- Standard alkaline battery adaptor
- Charging cradle doubles as external battery charger
Operating HoursUp to 16 continuous with Li-ion
Up to 12 hours with
alkaline
Display
Large 3.5cm x 4.5cm display with automatic back-lighting in dim light or alarm condition
Keypad
3 button operation
Direct Readout
- Oxygen as percentage by volume
- Combustible gas as percentage of lower explosive limit (LEL), percentage by volume
- VOCs, CO & H2S as parts per million
- TWA & STEL values for VOCs, CO & H2S
- High and low values for all gases
Confined Space Entry Monitor
Affordable OSHA compliance plus
reliable VOC protection.
The EntryRAE is a 4-gas monitor,
plus photo ionisation (PID) detector.
Reliable, easy to operate and simple
to calibrate, the EntryRAE delivers
added protection without added
complexity.
Why PID?
Typical 4-gas monitors don’t detect
volatile organic compounds (VOCs).
VOCs are combustible and often
toxic at the levels far below 10%
LEL. They are commonly found in:
• Fuels, oils, degreasers
• Industrial cleaners
• Heat transfer fluids
• Solvents, paints
• Plastics, resins, adhesives
• Pesticides and herbicides
These are common industrial compounds you find in or
bring into a confined space.
Features
• Reliable, accurate VOC detector
• Simple to operate
• Easy to calibrate
• Durable, weather-resistant rubber body
• Data logging included
• Large display with auto-backlight
• Loud alarm
• Bright red flashing LED alarms
• Up to 16 hours of continuous operation
• Interchangeable Lithium-ion and alkaline battery packs
• Charging cradle doubles as an external battery charger
• Powerful pump allows sample draws up to 30m
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RAE046-XXXX-XXX
EntryRAE, VOC and max. 4 other sensors,
Lithium-ion rechargeable battery,
alkaline battery adpator, 5 external
filters, charging cradle, ProRAE Studio
software package, computer interface
cables, RS232 with USB adaptor,
calibration adapter, user manual,
shipping case
ACE046-P111-101 EntryRAE for VOC
(10.6eV PID), LEL, O2, H2S & CO unit with
accessories kit
Sensor Specifications
PID
Ordering Information
Range
Resolution
0-999ppm VOC
1ppm VOC
Oxygen (O2)
0-30%
0.1%
Combustible
Gases (LEL)
0-100% LEL
0-5% Volume
1% LEL
1% Vol
Carbon
Dioxide (CO2)
0-500ppm
1ppm
Hydrogen
Sulphide (H2S)
1-100ppm
1ppm
Intrinsically
Safe
LEL Explained
LEL sensors are used for the
detection of a wide variety of
combustible gases and vapors that
exhibit different responses.
Combustible gases (or flammable
gases) can burn or explode,
potentially causing extensive
damage to plant and/or personnel.
Applications
•Confined space entry
•Wastewater treatment plants
•Marine and off-shore oil wells
•Landfill operations
•Trenches, silos, railcars
•Coal mines
•Cruise ships
•Sewers and manholes
•Tunnels
•Refineries and petrochemical
For a combustible gas to ignite,
three conditions are needed:
• gas in sufficient quantity
• air or oxygen in sufficient quantity
• ignition source
plants including off-shore drilling
and plant shut downs
•Power plants
•Pulp and paper industry
•Steel mills
Combustible gas must be present
in a high enough concentration to
ignite. The minimum concentration
needed is called the Lower
Explosive Limit or LEL.
What’s the difference between
PID and LEL Sensors?
In summary they have different
detection techniques:
How does it work?
An LEL sensor consists of matched
detector and compensator
made from coils of platinum wire
embedded within a catalytic bead.
able to detect heavy or long
chain hydrocarbons eg. diesel
fuels/jet fuels.
2. PIDs use high energy uV
light from a lamp to remove
an electron from neutrally
charged VOC molecule,
producing a flow of electrical
current proportional to
the concentration of the
contaminant.
3. The larger the molecule, the
lower the energy required
– thus the larger the molecule,
the easier to detect. 4. Small hydrocarbons such as
methane are not detectable
with a PID. The energy required
to detect methane with a PID
exceeds to energy of the uV
light produced by the PID lamp
Oxidation of combustibles gases
and vapours releases heat,
changing the resistance of one
element with respect to the other
– which is detected as an out of
balance voltage in the bridge
circuit.
LEL sensors have a diffusion barrier
to limit the gas flux to the catalytic
bead, they tend to have the greatest
sensitivity to high diffusivity
compounds such as Hydrogen and
Methane than Kerosene.
Correction factors have been
determined that enable the user
to quantify a large number of
chemicals using only 1 single
calibration (eg Methane).
1. LEL Sensors are not readily
Diffusion vs Pump
Gas monitoring meters like
the QRAE, that monitor
(Combustibles) LEL, Oxygen, H2S,
CO and exotic gases can come as:
•Unit with a pump
•Unit with no pump (called
diffusion heads or diffusion
pumps) 
GAS & AIR
SAMP. & MON.
LEL explained
The latter relies on the ambient
atmosphere to diffuse to the
sensor heads before a reading can
be taken.  Catalytic Bead sensors
create a small vacuum which is
enough to pull the sample through.
The main disadvantage of pump
type meters is the sample is drawn
through a gas chamber and takes
a few seconds to actually hit the
sensors. Diffusion pumps have their
sensors placed very close to the
atmosphere which gives a faster
response time.
Diffusion LEL monitors suit most
applications but a pump driven LEL
is best for:
•Detection of gases in hard to reach
areas, where tubing is needed for
easy reach
•Detection of supertoxics (exotic
gases) where the specific gravity is
different to oxygen 
Can I use an LEL for a Landfill
application?
No, it is not recommended for the
following reasons:
•Although catalytic technology
will work up to a certain point
it requires calibration on a very
regular basis unlike Infra-Red
Sensors that come with Landfill
Gas Monitors (GA2000’s etc).
•Catalytic Technology requires
the presence of oxygen – landfill
wells monitoring lacks oxygen and
therefore LELs will not perform
properly in this situation.
•There are a number of chemicals
and gases that poison the catalytic
sensor and basically kill it in a
very short amount of time. These
chemicals and gases include
silicone which is by far the worst.
As silicone is used in a number of
compounds (namely as a sealant
e.g. silicone rubber) it would be
very difficult to ensure that the
catalytic technology will not be
isolated from any of this.
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LEL Monitors
GAS & AIR
SAMP. & MON.
QRAE II
Specifications
Pump or Diffusion
Size Diffusion 12.5cm x 7.2cm x 3.8cm
Pump 12.5cm x 7.2cm x 5.0cm
Weight
Diffusion 250 g
Pump 350 g
Sensors
• Catalytic bead for combustibles
• Oxygen: SPE O2™ (non-consumable
Solid Polymer
Electrolyte technology)
• Toxic: electrochemical, H2S, CO or SO2
Battery Interchangeable Lithium-
ion and alkaline battery packs
Operating Period
Diffusion Up to 14 hours continuous operation with
Lithium-ion battery, up to 10 hours with alkaline battery (typical, without alarm)
Pump
Up to 10 hours with Lithium-ion battery, up to 8 hours with alkaline battery
Display Graphic 4 lines, with LED automatic back light in dim light or alarm condition
Keypad Two-key operation
Alarms 95dB buzzer (at 30 cm) and flashing red LED
IP Rating IP-65
Datalogging Standard 12 days at one-
minute intervals
Calibration Two-point calibration for zero and span
Sampling Pump Optional, internal pump 300 cc/mn
Hazardous Area Approval
• US and Canada: CI, D1, Groups A, B, C,
D, T4
• Europe: ATEX II 2G EEx ia d IIc T4
• IECEX: Ex ia d II C T4
Temperature -20° to 50° C
Humidity 0% to 95% relative humidity (non-condensing)
The QRAE II is available as a
diffusion or pumped one-tofour gas monitor for detection of
combustibles, oxygen, hydrogen
sulfide, carbon monoxide or sulfur
dioxide.
Key features include an easy-tochange battery pack, a waterresistant case and a new state-ofthe-art O2 sensor.
Key Features
• Patented SPE O2™ Oxygen
sensor with the following unique
features: Lead-free design that
complies with RoHS directive and
extended life compared to leadtype electrochemical oxygen
sensors, resulting in a low cost of
ownership.
• Leak-free design, minimizing
downtime.
• Best EMI/RFI immunity
technology for products in
its class, eliminating radio
interference.
• Easy access to pump, sensors,
filter and battery compartment
without exposing electronic
components to potential damage.
• IP-65 water- and dust-resistant
case.
• Strong, protective, concussionproof design.
Additional Advantages
• Plug-in sensors: oxygen,
combustibles, hydrogen sulfide,
carbon monoxide or sulfur
dioxide.
• Intuitive simple-to-operate twobutton user interface with built-in
pump.
• Pump or diffusion models
available.
• Cradle doubles as an external
battery charger and data transfer
connection.
• Rugged housing
• Large graphic display for easy
overview of gas type and
concentration.
• Rechargeable Lithium-ion battery
pack provides up to 14 hours of
continuous operation.
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Sensor Specifications
Range
Resolution
Oxygen (O2)
0-30%
0.1%
Combustible
Gases (LEL)
0-100% LEL
1% LEL
Carbon
Monoxide (CO)
0-1000ppm
1ppm
Hydrogen
Sulphide (H2S)
0-100ppm
0-1000ppm
0.1ppm
1ppm
Sulphur
Dioxide
0.1-100ppm
0.1ppm
VRAE
Hand Held 5 Gas Surveyor
The VRAE is a hand held 1,2,3,4 or 5
gas monitor with built-in sampling
pump and optional datalogging.
Sensors include new RAE dual
range 0-100% Volume and 0-100%
LEL, oxygen and three smart
interchangeable toxic sensors, or up
to four smart, interchangeable toxic
sensors.
The internal pump automatically
shuts off plus an alarm is activated,
if the remote probe tubing crimps
or water is sucked onto the field
replaceable hydrophobic filter.
User selectable, calibrated sensor
analog output is available in
addition to datalogging.
Features
• Large, alarm activated back light LCD display
• Visual alarm with flashing light
• Large keys usable with gloved hand
• Rigid inlet probe
• 10 hours operation
• Sample collection port
• 16,000 data points download to PC
• Rubber boot for protection
Sensors Options Include
• Carbon monoxide
• Hydrogen Sulphide
• Combustibles/LEL
• Oxygen
• Sulphur Dioxide
• Nitric Oxide
• Nitrogen Dioxide
• Chlorine
• Ammonia
• Hydrogen Cyanide
• Phosphine
• Ethylene Oxide
Applications
• Refineries and petro chemical plants - confined space entry, hot work permits
• Utilities - cable vaults, transformer stations
• Waste water treatment plants - confined space entry
• Marine and off shore oil wells - testing of confined spaces
• Landfill operations - monitoring wells and confined spaces
Specifications
Intrinsic Safety UL & cUL Class 1, Division 1, Group A, B, C, D (US & Canada)
EEx ia IIC T2 (Europe) Pending
Size
197 x 70 x 38mm
Weight
568gm w/ battery pack
Detector
Catalytic sensor for combustible gas.
Electrochemical sensors for oxygen and toxic gasses
Battery
Rechargeable, snap-in, field replaceable 4.8V, 1.1Ah NMH battery pack. 4 AA alkaline battery adapter
Operating Hours10 hours continuous
Battery Charging
10 hrs charge through built-in charger or an ext. battery charger
Display
2 line by 16 digit LCD with LED back light automatically in
dim light or alarm condition
Keypads
1 operation and 2 program keys
Direct Readout Instantaneous (up to 5 values).
Oxygen as percentage by volume.
Combustible gas as percentage by volume or percentage of
lower explosion limit. Toxic gases as parts per million.
High and low values for all gases.
STEL, TWA for toxic gases.
Battery and shut down voltage.
Alarm
90 dB buzzer & flashing
LED to indicate exceeded preset alarms
Calibration
Two points field calibration of zero and span gas
Datalogging
16,000 points down load to PC with serial number of unit,
user ID, site ID and calibration date
Datalogging interval
1 - 3,600 seconds programmable
Sampling Pump Internal pump, flow rate 400cc/min. Auto shut-off at low
flow condition
Temperature -20oC to 40oC
Humidity
0% to 95% relative humidity
(non-condensing)
GAS & AIR
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LEL Monitors
Ordering Information
ACE018-XXXX-XXX
VRAE unit with combustible oxygen and
up to 3 toxic sensors OR combustible,
and up to 4 toxic sensors, Rechargeable
NMH battery pack, Filter and O-ring
pack, 5” Inlet probe, Gas outlet port
adapter, Manual, Rubber boot with
belt clip, Alkaline battery adapter.
Rechargeable units additionally include
-Nickel-Metal-Hydride (NiMH) battery -120 or 230 V AC/DC wall adapter (if
specified) VRAE with accessories kit adds
Hard transport case with pre-cut foam
padding, 15’ (5m) Tygon® tubing, Tool kit
Intrinsically
Safe
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Infrared Methane Sensors Explained
GAS & AIR
SAMP. & MON.
Infrared Methane Sensors
in Landfill Gas Monitors
What is Landfill Gas?
The waste within a landfill will
consist of a wide variety of
substances, but a large proportion
will be biodegradable. This will
include animal and vegetable matter,
paper and wood.
These substances can be
decomposed by micro-organisms
within the landfill and this
breakdown process produces gas.
Landfill gas can be a complex
mixture of gases, but a few gases
predominate. Initially, carbon dioxide
is the main gas, but there can also be
significant quantities of hydrogen.
Methane is produced during the
major part of the decomposition
process. Many other gases can be
produced in trace amounts and the
exact composition of the gas will
vary between different landfill sites,
different parts of the same site and
over time.
Infrared absorption
Infrared absorption is usually the
preferred method for measuring
methane and carbon dioxide.
Most gases absorb radiation in the
infrared region. The wavelength of
radiation that is absorbed is
determined by the natural vibration
frequencies of the molecule. These
natural frequencies will depend on
the bond strengths, molecule size
and shape and mass of the atoms
involve. Thus different gas molecules
have different natural frequencies
and will absorb infrared radiation
of different wavelengths. Figure
3 shows the absorption bands of
methane and carbon dioxide.
See Geotechnial Instruments
range of landfill gas and
biogas instruments
on pages 161-163
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This property is used in infrared
absorption to select a specific
gas for analysis. By using infrared
radiation of the same wavelength
as the absorption band, the
technique can be made specific to a
particular gas - a useful property
when analysing one gas within a
mixture.
Infrared radiation from a source
is passed through the gas to be
analysed. Several infrared detectors
are positioned to measure the
amount of infrared radiation that
has passed through the gas. A filter
that is tuned to the wavelength of
interest is positioned in front of the
infrared detector. This then makes
that particular detector sensitive to
the gas of interest. By using several
detectors with different filters a
number of different gases can be
detected at the same time.
The amount of radiation absorbed
will be proportional to the path
length through the gas and the
concentration of the gas. Since
the path length is fixed, the
concentration of the gas can be
calculated.
Can I use an LEL for a Landfill
application?
No, it is not recommended for the
following reasons:
•Although catalytic technology
will work up to a certain point
it requires calibration on a very
regular basis unlike Infra-Red
Sensors that come with Landfill
Gas Monitors (GA2000’s etc).
•Catalytic Technology requires the
presence of oxygen – landfills,
well monitoring lacks Oxygen
and therefore LELs will not work
properly in this situation.
•There are a number of chemicals
and gases that poison the
catalytic sensor and basically
kill it in a very short amount of
time. These chemicals and gases
include silicone which is by far
the worst. As silicone is used in a
number of compounds (namely
as a sealant e.g. silicone rubber) it
would be very difficult to ensure
that the catalytic technology will
not be isolated from any of this.
Infrared absorption can be made
robust, accurate and stable. It also
requires little or no routine
maintenance and an infrared
absorption cell has a lifetime of
many years.1
1 Excerpts from “Monitoring Landfill Gas”, Article
in Asian Environmental Technology Nov ‘07
- Geotechnical Instruments
Landfill Gas Monitors
GA2000
Landfill Gas Analyser
CH4 0-70% by specification, 0-100% reading
CO2 0-60% by specification, 0-100% reading
O2
0-25%
H2S
0-500ppm *H2 Compensated
CO
0-500ppm* for GA2000 Plus
Gas Accuracy
The industry standard GA2000
is designed to meet landfill
monitoring protocols set by
Government legislation. Utilised
with dedicated software the
GA2000 becomes an extremely
powerful detection monitoring and
change indicator tool.
GA2000 & GA2000Plus
GPS Option
The on-board GPS option locates
boreholes simply, fast and
accurately. Its easy-to-read ‘whereto-go’ on-screen directions save
time especially for technicians on
different sites.
•Real time GPS tracking and
location
•GPS location of borehole stored
with readings
•On-site store locations
•Google Earth mapping
CO2
O2
0-5%
+0.5%
+0.5%
+1.0%
5-15%
+1.0%
+1.0%
+1.0%
+3.0%
+3.0%
+1.0%
15%
Full Scale
This equipment has been certified
for use in potentially explosive
atmospheres in accordance with
ATEX directive 94/9/EC. Equipment
group and category: EX II 2 G.
Protection concept: Eex ibd IIA T1
(Ta = 0 °C to +40 °C).
Features & Benefits
• ATEX certified
• 5 Gases standard
• Peak CH4 recording
• Simultaneous display of all gases
• Storage of site and ID questions
• Field proven
• Standardises monitoring routines
• Easy transfer of data
• Optional Internal flow
• Optional Event log with technician log
• Data storage 2000 readings and
• Optional GPS
Main Applications
• Landfill sites
• Biogas
• Site investigation
CH4
GAS & AIR
SAMP. & MON.
GA2000 & GA2000 Plus Specs
Relative Pressure
+500mbar (direct measurement
Operating Temperature Range
0°c - 40°c
Relative Humidity
0-95% non-condensing
Barometric Pressure Range
+ 200 mbar from calibration pressure
Barometric Pressure Activity
± 5 mbar absolute
Battery Life
Typical use 10 hours from fully charged
Charge Time
Approximately 2 hours from complete
discharge
GA2000 & GA2000Plus
GA2000 Plus H2 Compensated CO
Landfill Gas Analyser
The GA2000 Plus utilises new
technology to give more reliable
readings for Carbon Monoxide (CO),
helping determine the presence of fires
on landfill. It incorporates the existing
technology and features of the industry
standard GA2000.
Ordering Information
GTIGA2000 GA2000 ATEX Certified Infrared Gas Analyser - 5 Gas
Measures CH4/CO2/O2/H2S/CO.
GTIGA2K2-E000 GA2000 ATEX Certified
Infra-red Gas Analyser (no cells) - 3 Gas
Measures CH4/CO2/O2.
GTIGA2K4 GA2000Plus ATEX Certified
Infra-red Gas Analyser - CO Version
Measures CH4/CO2/O2/H2S and CO
with a Hydrogen compensated CO Cell
(Hydrogen level also indicated)
GTIGA2K5 GA2000Plus ATEX Certified
Infra-red Gas Analyser NH3 Version
Measures CH4/CO2/O2/H2S/NH3
GTIGA2K3 GA2000Plus ATEX Certified
Infra-red Gas Analyser H2 Version
Measures CH4/CO2/O2/H2S/H2
GTIINTFLOWMAN Internal flow option
GTIEVENTMAN Event log option
GTIGPSKIT GPS option
GTIGAM Gas Analyser Manager
Software
GTIUSBLEAD USB Communications
Lead
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Landfill Gas Monitors
GAS & AIR
SAMP. & MON.
GEM2000 Plus
Landfill Gas Analyser
Specifications
CH4
0-100% Reading
CO2
0-100% Reading
O2
0-25%
CO
0-2000ppm (H2 Compensated)
H2S
0-500ppm
Gas Accuracy
The GEM2000 Plus is designed
to monitor landfill gas extraction
systems. Utilising new technology
the GEM2000 Plus gives increased
reliability for Carbon Monoxide (CO)
readings. It retains the features of the
field proven GEM2000.
This equipment has been certified
for use in potentially explosive
atmospheres in accordance with
ATEX directive 94/9/EC. Equipment
group and category: EX II 2 G.
Protection concept: Eex ibd IIA T1 (Ta
= 0 °C to +40 °C).
Features & Benefits
• ATEX certified
• Measures H2S and CO
• Measures % CH4 CO2 and O2 static pressure and differential pressure
• Calculates balance gas flow (m3/h) and calorific value (KW or BTU)
• Records %LEL of CH4 Peak CH4 and
user defined comments
• Accepts protocols
• Allows balancing of gas extraction
• Modem for remote download
• Optional Event log
• Data storage 2000 readings and 1000 IDs
• 0-500ppm H2S readings
• Technician log
Main Applications
• Gas extraction fields
• Flare monitoring
• Landfill sites
CH4
CO2
O2
0-5%
+0.5%
+0.5%
+1.0%
5-15%
+1.0%
+1.0%
+1.0%
+3.0%
+3.0%
+1.0%
15%
Full Scale
GEM2000 Plus shown with
optional Pitot Tube
Static Pressure
+500mbar (direct measurement)
Differential Pressure
+125 mbar (direct measurement)
Operating Temperature Range
0°c - 40°c
Relative Humidity
0-95% non-condensing
Barometric Pressure Range
+200 mbar from calibration pressure
Barometric Pressure Activity
± 5 mbar
Battery Life
Typical use 10 hours from fully charged
Charge Time
Approximately 2 hours from complete
discharge
Ordering Information
GTIGEM2000 GEM2000 ATEX Certified Infra-red Gas Analyser (no cells) Measures CH4/CO2/O2
GTIGEM2000PLUS GEM2000Plus ATEX Certified Infra-red Gas Analayser Measures
CH4/CO2/O2/H2S and CO
with a Hydrogen compensated CO Cell (Hydrogen level also indicated)
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Landfill Gas Monitors
Designed to meet biogas project
requirements, this simple to operate
analyser is the ideal field instrument
for anaerobic digester gas analysis.
Easy to use and portable,
the biogas check measures gas
compositon with repeatable
accuracy on farms, food processing
plants and wastewater treatment
facitilies.
Benefits
• Enables consistent collection of data for improved analysis and accurate reporting
• Validates flow and gas composition for carbon credit trading
• Field proven technology
Features
• Measures % CH4, CO2, and O2 volume, static, differential and barometric pressures
• Measures additional gases with optional gas pods
• Reads gas temperature with optional temperature probe
• Calculates balance gas and flow (SCFM)
• ATEX certified
• Easy field calibration by user
• Self-test and monitoring on start up
• Stores readings
• Easy-to-read
• User interchangeable lters
Applications
• Farm Digester
• Food Processing
• Wastewater
• Methane Recovery
Specifications
CH4
0-100% Reading
CO2
0-100% Reading
O2
0-25%
H2S
H2S (optional external) 0 – 5000ppm
H2S (optional internal) 0 – 10,000ppm
Gas Accuracy
CH
CO2
O2
0-5%
+0.5%
+0.5%
+1.0%
5-15%
+1.0%
+1.0%
+1.0%
+3.0%
+3.0%
+1.0%
4
15%
Full Scale
GAS & AIR
SAMP. & MON.
Biogas Check
Biogas Analyser
Static Pressure
+500mbar (direct measurement
Differential Pressure
+125 mbar (direct measurement, less
barometric)
Operating Temperature Range
0°c - 40°c
Relative Humidity
0-95% non-condensing
Barometric Pressure Range
± 200 mbr from calibration pressure.
Recommendeed field calibration mix
60% CH4 40/% CO2
Barometric Pressure Activity
± 5 mbar absolute
Battery Life
Typical use 10 hours from fully charged
Charge Time
Approximately 2 hours from complete
discharge
Ordering Information
GTI BM2K-E000 Biogas Check Analyser
Measures CH4/CO2/O2
GTIBM2K-E000H2S Biogas check Analyser with H2S gas pod
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Landfill Gas Wellheads
Flow Accuracy and Reliability
The Accu-Flo system is designed
to operate in the wet, abrasive
environment typical of landfill gas
and still provide exacting control
and accurate flow measurements
with high dependability and
consistency.
Accu-Flo Wellheads can help
prevent landfill gas migration,
landfill gas emissions and
subsurface fires.
Landfill owners and operators will
appreciate the Accu-Flo proven
design that meets the special
requirements of landfill gas
(LFG) recovery for environmental
compliance and energy production.
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To help protect the impact
tube from condensate and
particulate clogging, common
with conventional designs such
as pitot tubes and orifice plates,
the Accu-Flo uses an enlarged
total pressure port opening and a
separate protected static pressure
port. Also, pre-calibration of the
measurement tube with a prepositioned impact tube eliminates
the need to take time-consuming
traverse measurements normally
required for accuracy.
Quick and Versatile Installation
The prefabricated Accu-Flo
assembly, factory tested and
warranted, is shipped ready for
immediate installation - eliminating
the cost and uncertainties of field
fabricated units.
Accu-Flo models are available for
installation above or below
ground on vertical wells or
horizontal branch laterals in flow
ranging from 1 to over 300 SCFM.
Pressure Drop
Benefits
• Compact size
• Easy installation and maintenance
• Built-in gas flow measurement
• Built-in gas flow control gate valve
• Quick connect measurement ports
• High accuracy and repeatability of measurements
• Durable Materials: Sch. 80 PVC housing and couplings, stainless steel impact tube, and polypropylene fittings, elastomeric coupling and PVC
• Flexible interconnects
The measurement tube assembly
houses a modified stainless steel
impact tube specifically designed
for harsh landfill gas applications.
Differential pressure readings
between the impact tube and
measurement tube are used to
calculate flow.
Flow Rate
(SCFM)
Accu-Flo helps maximise gas
recovery, minimise surface emissions
and subsurface migration, helps
control hot spots and prevent
subsurface fires.
Simplified Data Collection
Accu-Flo simplifies the complexity
of measuring well head data by
incorporating key built-in features
including a LFG flow measuring
device, gas temperature port,
quick-connect gas sample ports
and a flow control gate valve.
The patented design expedited
the time required to obtain key
well head data and determine
necessary flow adjustments using
the industry standard instruments,
GEM2000 or other field unit.
150
37mm
(1.5in)
1-50
0.001 - 3.0
200
50mm
(2.0in)
5-125
0.1 - 5.0
300
75mm
(3.0in)
35300
0.1 - 10.00
Model
Accu-Flo Wellheads provide
operators with the gas extraction
control necessary to meet more
restrictive environmental and
safety regulations, thus preventing
unnecessary and costly violations.
A patented feature of the Accu-Flo
design is the pre-calibrated gas
measurement tube assembly (AccuFlo body) which extends into a
standard vertical or horizontal well
casing or branch lateral, creating a
compact installation.
Size
GAS & AIR
SAMP. & MON.
Accu-Flo Wellheads
Calibration Gas
GAS & AIR
SAMP. & MON.
Calibration Gas
Calibration Gas made easy
Now you can save time, money and
headaches normally associated with
obtaining and using calibration gas.
EnviroEquip supplies the entire
range of Air Liquide calibration
gases available in handy disposable
cylinders to suit your every need.
Bump test your instruments
before taking them out in the
field
A bump test checks the calibration
of an instrument by exposing it
to a known concentration of gas.
The reading is compared to the
actual quantity of gas shown on the
Calgas cylinder. If the instrument’s
response is within an acceptable
tolerance range, the calibration is
confirmed and the instrument is
safe for use.
6D
(103L)
8AL
(58L)
6DM
(58L)
•
•
•
Zero Air (99.999% N2)
•
ALE003132
•
•
•
CO 100ppm, CH4 2.5%, O2 21%
/ N2
•
ALE003022
•
•
H2S 25ppm / N2
•
•
ALE003322
•
25ppmH2S/ 100ppmCO/
2.5%CH4/18%O2/N2
•
•
ALE003337
•
CH4 50% v/v
•
•
•
•
•
•
ALE003602
Isobutylene 100ppm/air
ALE003671 ALE003105
CH4 2.5% (50% LEL) / air
ALE003662 ALE003089
CH4 60%, CO2 40% v/v
Fixed Flow
713
ALE004107
Demand Flow
ALE003605
715
715
715
ALE004111 ALE004111 ALE004111
ALE004116 ALE004116 ALE004116
ALE004140 ALE004136 ALE004136 ALE004136
Many more gases & combinations are available - please contact us with your requirements
Service
Pressure PSIG
Dimensions
Length x Dia.
Internal Water
Vol L3
Tare weight
Recomm.
Regulators
Outlet Fitting
Cylinder Specifications
Contents
Full Service
Pressure
Cylinders for gas stability and
long shelf life
The Calgaz multiple-step treatment
process for aluminium cylinders
ensure the stability and consistency
of reactive gases. In addition, Calgaz
exclusive internal valve design
gives added protection against
contamination and damage.
All Calgaz mixtures are prepared by
the most accurate method available
using gravimetric weights certified
by N.I.S.T. Finally, every cylinder is
leak-checked with the aid of mass
spectrometry technology. Ongoing
tests verify a remarkably long shelflife for Calgaz mixtures.
7HP
(34L)
Cylinder Type >
7EOC
17 litres
240
279x73mm
1L3
2kg
713
CGA 600
7HP
34 litres
500
279x73mm
1L3
3kg
713
CGA 600
6D
103 litres 1,000 351x82mm 1.52L
6DM
58 litres
Cylinder
Size
Why use Calgaz - Disposable
Calibration gases?
When a worker steps into a confined
space to do a job, everything
depends on the accuracy of the
safety monitoring equipment. This
is why manufacturers, distributors
and users of environmental safety
monitoring equipment the world
over rely on Calgaz calibration gas
mixtures.
• No rental deposit or demurrage charges.
• Calgaz eliminates unnecessary costs by providing your calibration gases in lightweight, non-refillable cylinders. You don't have to spend the money normally associated with rental cylinders.
Commonly requested gas-mixes
3
1,000 203x82mm 0.80L
3
4.8kg 715, 716, 1700 5/8” -18UNF
2.4kg 715, 716, 1700 5/8” -18UNF
All cylinders composed of Steel except 8AL which is made of Aluminium
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Regulators for Calibration Gas
GAS & AIR
SAMP. & MON.
Demand Flow Regulators
Regulators
Portable Lab/Field Case
The simplest way to calibrate
The integrity of your sampling
accuracy depends on the
effectiveness of your gas regulating
equipment. Each regulator is
manufactured under rigorous
Statistical Process Control and has a
two year warranty. All regulators are
permanently engraved with model
number, flow rate and lot tracing
number and are 100% tested to meet
product specification.
700 Series Regulators
These single stage piston type
regulators are equipped with a
control valve that allows constant
gas flow for easy ON/OFF. Models
713, 715 and 718 have an option for
preset flow. Each model is equipped
with a cylinder pressure gauge.
Demand Flow regulators (DFRs)
are the simplest way to accurately
calibrate your instrument.
When turned on or opened,
the regulators will only let the
flowrate of gas through that the
instrument is demanding. No
more, no less. This means you
can’t over force a higher flow rate
through the instrument or starve it
of calibration gas. Both situations
could cause false calibration results.
• No more gas bags to calibrate
from
• The fastest and simplest
calibration method
• Minimises calibration gas
wastage
• Easy to operate
The Portable heavy duty impact
resistant plastic Lab/Field Case
can hold two 6D size non-refillable
cylinders, regulator and tubing. It
is a safe and convenient system for
carrying and storing two 103 litre at
1000 psig calibration standards.
Ordering Information
ALE004208 Plastic calibration gas carry case (only). Fits 2 x 6D bottles.
Gas and regulator sold separately
Ordering Information
Model
Delivery pressure
Max. Inlet
Pressure
Cylinder Pressure
Gauge
Specifications
713
140 kPa
3,500 kPa
0-3,400 kPa
715
400 kPa
6,900 kPa
0-6,900 kPa
Seals
Viton®A
Seat
Teflon®A
Bonnet
Nickel-plated Brass
Gauges
Chrome-plated Brass
Inlet - Model 7131” x 20
Inlet - Model 7155/8” x 18
Outet
3/16” Hose Barb
Delivery Weight 0.5kg
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ALE004136 ALE004140 Demand flow regulator for 6D size (103L) bottle
Demand flow regulator for 7EOC (17L) or 7HP (34L) bottle
Gas Sample Bags
Tedlar bags can be used for indoor
air sampling, hazardous waste
sites, leaking underground storage
tanks, stack sampling, soil gas
sampling, gas blending, calibration
test standards and most other gas
sampling needs.
Using air bags is a reliable way
to calibrate gas monitoring
equipment. Most meters have
an internal sample draw pump.
The flow rate of these pumps can
vary from small to many litres
per minute. And as these pumps
wear out, their flow rates tend to
drop off. To avoid having to get
a regulator or flow control device
to exactly match the flow rate of
the meter, it is simple to fill a gas
bag with the calibration gas, then
insert the inlet probe of the meter
and let the meter sample at its own
natural pump rate. This ensures
a high degree of accuracy when
calibrating.
Tedlar gas sampling bags are made
of 2mil PVF (Tedlar) film. Tedlar
is tough durable and considered
chemically inert to a wide range of
compounds.
How to use a Tedlar bag for
sampling
•Flush the bag at least three times
with purified air or nitrogen
before use.
•Attach a piece of 6 mm OD
Teflon or similar tubing from the
hose/valve fitting of the bag to
the outlet fitting of the pump or
gas bottle.
•Loosen the knurled screw on the
bag, open the valve and tighten
the knurled screw to lock the valve
in place.
•Activate the sampling pump or
bottle and note the start time and
any other pertinent information
necessary. Avoid filling any bag
more than 80 per cent of its
maximum volume.
•At the end of the sampling period,
turn the pump off and close the
valve on the bag.
•Tighten the knurled screw to lock
the valve closed. Note the ending
time if necessary.
Ordering Information
CELTED1L 17.7cm x 17.7cm, 1 L
CELTED3L 25cm x 37cm, 3 L
EEQ23305 25cm x 57cm, 5 L
Supplied with single
Stainless Steel Fitting
Sample Bag Chamber
The EnviroEquip Sample Bag
Chamber allows negative pressure
provided by any air sampling pump
or vacuum hand pump to draw a
gas sample into a tedlar bag.
GAS & AIR
SAMP. & MON.
Tedlar Sample Bags
The sample is drawn into the bag
without passing through the pump
and there are no contamination
issues.
Ordering Information
EEQSB1450 Sample Bag Chamber
Hand Vacuum pump and sample bags
sold separately
All bags feature an eyelet and single
2-in-1 fittings that combine the
valve and septum into one.
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Weather Monitors
GAS & AIR
SAMP. & MON.
Logging Rain Gauge RG20
Perfect for applications like
Catchment Measurement,
Rainfall Intensity, Hydrology and
Irrigation Control.
The RG20 is a compact, robust,
automatic rain gauge. It consists
of an inbuilt tipping bucket rain
gauge sensor,windows software,
data logger, rechargeable battery
and solar panel. The rain gauge
automatically sends its information
to the data logger, which processes
and stores the data in its memory.
The data is then available for
collection by personal computer
either onsite or remotely via
telemetry.
Features
• Stand-alone, self-recording unit
• Level Bubble
• Corrosion Resistant Materials
• Robust Design
• Simple Recalibration Procedure
• Low Power Consumption
Applications
• Catchment Measurement
• Flood Studies/Alerts
• Rainfall Intensity
• Meteorological Rainfall Monitoring
• Agriculture and Horticulture
• Hydrology
• Irrigation Control
The rain gauge sensor is factory
calibrated so that each system is
ready for use immediately. It can
be used for an extended period
without any need for adjustment.
There are no electrical connections
to be made, no mechanical
assembly just mount the unit
on a suitable base and switch it
on. Thanks to its compact and
innovative design, the Environdata
Logging Rain Gauge is easy to carry
to site, easy to set up, and easy to
operate immediately.
The unit’s memory provides up to
29,000 readings, facilitating highintensity data collection or long
intervals between data collection.
Data is stored in 3 independent
secure areas with battery backup.
Usually, daily summaries are stored
in Memory Area 1, hourly data in
Area 2, and rainfall intensity data
in Area 3. If the system’s software
should fail, perhaps as a result
of a nearby lightning strike, an
automatic circuit (“watch-dog”)
will restart the logger within a
minute, ensuring that data storage
is uninterrupted.The internal, realtime clock ensures that the correct
date and time are always stored
with the data.
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Specifications
Operating Units
Data Storage
Resolution
Power Supply
Solar Panel
Weight
Dimensions
up to 450mm/hour
29,000 readings
0.2mm
6V rechargeable battery ( internal). Capacity for 6 weeks without sunlight
1.0 watt panel - maintains battery with 3 hours bright sunshine per day.
2.5 kg
375mm (height) x 203mm (diameter)
EVDRG20
Logging rain gauge with solar panel
Ordering information
Weather Monitors
WeatherMaster 1600
The WeatherMaster 1600 package
consists of four integrated electronic
weather sensors, an internal data
logger, solar panel, 2 metre powdercoated stand and EasiAccess
database and reporting software.
Common Features
• Includes Windows based graphing, database and reporting software
• Solar powered, durable stainless steel and powder coated
aluminium construction
• Provides current readings plus 15 minute, hourly and daily summary
The WeatherMaster 1600 is an ideal,
economical weatherstation for a
variety of research, agricultural and
industrial applications. It’s innovative
integrated design is compact and
light enough to be readily portable,
however the unit is quite robust and
can withstand remote siting in harsh
locations.
Measures:
• Wind speed
• Wind direction
• Air temperature
• Relative humidity
• Optional 5th sensor, up to 100m away
• Readily upgradable to the WM20 model
• Stores 100 days of daily data, 65 days of hourly data and approx 4 weeks of 15 min data
WeatherMaster 2000
The WeatherMaster 2000 is a
compact automatic weather
station designed to suit a variety of
research, agricultural and industrial
applications. The WeatherMaster
2000 package consists of six
integrated electronic weather
sensors, an internal data logger, solar
panel, 2 metre powder-coated stand,
automatic evaporation calculation
and EasiAccess database and
reporting software.
Measures:
• Wind Speed
• Wind direction
• Air Temperature
• Relative humidity
• Rainfall
• Solar Radiation (& evaporation rate)
• Optional 7th sensor, up to 100 m away
• Stores 100 days of daily data, 65 days of hourly data and approx 20 days of 15 min data
Sensor Specifications
Air Temp
-15ºC to + 50ºC, Accuracy +0.20C
Relative humidity Electronic capacitance type. Accuracy + 5%, Range 10-90%
Rainfall
Tipping bucket mechanism, 0.2 mm resolution
Wind Speed
3 Cup 66mm Anemometer, Resolution 0.1 kph, starting threshold 1kph
Wind Direction Optical shaft encoder, resolution 6 deg, Accuracy + 6 deg
Solar RadiationGlobal incoming with cosine correction, Accuracy + 5%, Cosine accuracy +3%
Extra Sensors (optional)
One only Barometric pressure, soil temp, or extra sensor same as
the above excluding rainfall.
GAS & AIR
SAMP. & MON.
Weather Stations
Other specifications
AD40 Software (Optional)
Vector Analysis of Wind Speed
Accurate recording of wind data
while the wind is varying in speed
or direction, or both, within the
reporting period of the system
can be difficult. In the case of
monitoring airborne pollution it
can be vital.
As an example, using the standard
(scalar) values available with most
systems, half a minute of wind from
the East and half a minute from the
North would be reported as a wind
direction of North-East. However, if
the Easterly wind blows at a speed
of 10 knots, the effect of Northerly
gusts at 30 knots would be to blow
airborne particles more North than
East.
The AirData software resolves the
difficulty of accurate measurement
by vector analysis or the net
(combined) effect of wind speed
and direction. The AirData software
also records highest wind gust for
each reporting period and provides
the data necessary to calculate
particle dispersion if required.
Datalogger
104K battery backed RAM, stores a total of 29,000 data readings (plus time and data stamp)
Battery
6 volt 3.0 AH internal sealed rechargeable gel
cell - capacity for 6 weeks operation without sunlight
Solar Charger 1.5 watt panel - maintains battery with 3 hours bright sunshine per day
Weight
7 kg excluding mounting bracket
CommunicationRS232 6 pin serial connection, 300 to 9600 Baud
Ordering Information
EVDWM16
EVDWM20 EVDAD40 Weather station with mounting bracket & software
Weather station with mounting bracket & software
AirData vector analysis software (optional)
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Dust Sampler
GAS & AIR
SAMP. & MON.
18
High Volume
Dust Sampler
This design provides many
significant advantages over
previous units including:
• Constant air flow - maintained well within 1% of the preset flow rate in normal operating conditions.
• True mass-flow sensor - no need for temperature and pressure corrections.
• Low energy consumption because motor load is determined by the filter.
• Load and not by mechanical restrictions.
• Low wear and long life because of low load - the vacuum pump has been proven in power stations at full load around the clock for many years. The absence of other mechanical or moving parts eliminates problems found in some products.
• Low noise, quiet running - does not attract attention or annoy neighbours.
• Soft start drives - ensuring the start current demand is kept at
a very low level.
• User-friendly filter collection and replacement - no more struggling with fragile tissue on-site in bad weather. The unique removable filter support and transport cover allows filter loading and recovery in a protected laboratory environment without risk of losing the sample.
• Secure casing - preventing dust and rain ingress while permitting easy access for service.
• The flow set incorporates well-
proven PM10 and PM2.5 Heads allowing it to sample a variety of particle sizes. The heads have been wind tunnel tested to ensure accurate cut points.
Specifications
Hi-Vol with PM10 or PM2.5 head
Hi-Vol with TSP head
Hi-Vol Head Options
PM10 collects particles smaller than 10microns
PM2.5
collects particles smaller than 2.5micron
TSP collects total suspended particles without separating different sizes
Air Intake Uniform, 58,000mm2 nominal air intake
Power Input 240V, 50Hz
Nominal Current 4 A (at 70n.m.c Air Flow and Clean Filter)
Start Current Switching Transient up to 5.0 A. Ramp up current 4 A
Vacuum Pump / Motor
Three Phase, 50Hz, 1.3 kW
Motor Drive Variable Frequency, Soft Start
Flow Control Mass Flow Sensor and PID Controller (Unaffected by
variation in the ambient air temperature and pressure)
Flow Control Precision
Better than 1 SCMH
Noise Profile (when running at 70 SCMH
with clean filter and silencer)
At 1 meter = 50dba
At 2 meters = 44dba
At 4 meters = 38dba
At 6 meters = 35dba
At 8 meters = 32dba
Filter Support230 x 280mm (removable) (2 off, one with transport cover supplied as standard)
Filter Size
20.3 x 25.4cm (8 x 10 inch) (Nominal)
Cabinet Dimensions
400 x 340 x 1050mm High
TSP Head Dimensions
450 x 450mm square
PM10 Head Dimensions
710mm Diameter + 500mm Height Increase to overall height
Overall Height 1140mm Nominal
Weight
47 kg
Temp Range -10°C to +40°C
Flow Setting Range
20-100 SCMH
Flow Indication Range
20-100SCMH
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