An analyzer will generally be used for qualitative emissions testing programs. A Nova Analyzer will also be used for analyzing and detecting gas leaks. Depending on the materials targeted for testing, you will also be looking to use manometers and in-situ probes. Essentially a best practice should be the installation of a continuous gas or emission monitoring system. The system is installed to breweries, commercial and craft, and power plants, produced and manufactured materials far too numerous to mention at this point in time.
If it is not feasible or cost-effective to have a full and continuous emission monitoring system installed, factory owners could opt for the portable gas analyzers instead. All things told, it’s advisable to be working with a consultant. Allow him to inspect your business. Let him assess the lay of the land and then he will be able to advise you accordingly, what system to install or portable device to purchase.
The consultancy work and fabrications work, if required, should be handled quickly but efficiently. Features of a typical held-held or portable device are as follows. It has a color touch screen just under three inches across. It has a pressure sensor that compensates for temperature. There is auto zeroing for long term stability. Two thermo couple sockets are installed. The device has the ability to convey simultaneous displays of pressure and temperature readings.
Data memory is good and a micro SD card slot is installed. There is also a socket for data downloads and USB charging. The hands free device is secured in a magnetic back case. Finally, the device runs with a twenty-hour lithium battery. This last feature, of course, makes the analyzer a sustainable device, plenty of juice but no power wasted.