Monitoring flue gas emissions with rbr ecom-J2KNpro industrial analyser

AMS Instrumentation and Calibration presents a new range of flue gas
analysers from rbr designed for accurate monitoring and measurement of exhaust

The rbr ecom-J2KNpro industrial flue gas analysers utilise electrochemical
sensors to measure exhaust emissions, most commonly O2, CO, NO, NO2, and SO2
gases and have an available NDIR bench for measuring CO2, high CO, and CH4. A robust
filtering system combined with the Peltier gas cooler and a 9V high-flow pump
ensures a clean sample and high flow rate, which are necessary for accuracy and

Monitoring of the electrochemical sensors compensates for temperature
changes even in harsh testing environments, while a dedicated fresh air pump in
the CO sensor is activated if the maximum concentration limit of 4000ppm is

The rbr ecom-J2KNpro industrial flue gas analyser ensures unmatched
performance with its robust sample conditioning features, high-speed flow rate,
and advanced sensor monitoring capabilities. The highly versatile analyser is
also fully loaded with sensor options and features, allowing its use in many
different applications.

ecom-J2KNpro industrial flue gas analysers are recommended for emission
testing on stationary engines, generators, compressors, boilers, burners,
turbines, heating equipment, pumps, diesel engines, mining equipment (to
control DPM), construction equipment, laboratory combustion equipment and
alternative fuels among many other applications.

Also used for fuel efficiency testing, combustion tuning, maintenance
checks, and emissions compliance reporting, the J2KN series allows different types
of fuel to be tested including natural gas, oil, diesel, coal, wood, biomass,
butane, propane, biodiesel, and various alternative fuels. Gasoline emissions
may be tested with the ecom-J2KNpro industrial, but this requires the NDIR
bench (for CO).

Please visit AMS
Instrumentation & Calibration Pty Ltd at
or call 03-9017 8225.

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