Testo’s flue gas analysers with four sensors allows flexible emission measurement in industry. Increasing fuel costs are spotlighting efficiency monitoring in thermal systems by means of emission measurements. The measurement technology specialist Testo AG has now introduced a 4-sensor instrument onto the market, resulting in emission measurement being easier, faster and more flexible in the future. The testo 340 can be operated with one hand offering optimum handling for spot measurements, for example on burners or industrial engines.
The flue gas analyser testo 340 has a measuring range extension. It allows the user to carry out unrestricted measurements even at high gas concentrations. The measuring instrument is fitted with an O2 measuring cell as standard. Three further toxic sensors (CO, COlow, NO, NOlow, NO2 or SO2) can be individually configured at any time, in order to adapt the testo 340 optimally to the respective measurement task. The flue gas analysers can be exchanged directly by the user, minimising service times. The differential pressure and flow measurement is now integrated as a standard in the testo 340. The integrated rubber skin of the instrument housing protects the instrument from impact in rough day-to-day use.
The new flue gas analysers from Testo are designed for commissioning, service and maintenance work as well as monitoring measurements on industrial burners, thermal process systems, stationary industrial engines, and gas turbines.