Fugitive Emission Control Unit Eliminates Harmful Emissions from Analyzers and GC Vents
The Fugitive Emission Control Unit helps eliminate these harmful emissions exiting from analyzers and GC vents.
By: Analytical Systems Keco
Through a catalytic combustion process, the Fugitive Emission Eliminator oxidizes the vented sample, converting hydrocarbons to CO2 and water vapor, while maintaining a stable outlet vent pressure to the atmosphere. This process avoids back-pressure on analyzer vents, which can disrupt readings of analytical instrumentation. By utilizing a continuous heat source, the Fugitive Emission Control Unit maintains an oxidation process that is effective on 99% of fugitive emissions.
Designed for operation in Class I Division I, Groups B, C, & D and Zone 1 Temp T3B, Ex Group IIB & H2 environments, this fugitive emission controller is constructed of stainless steel, aluminum, and a platinum catalyst. With a compact package size of just 19" high and 3" diameter and weighing less than 10 lbs., the Fugitive Emission Control Unit easily connects to analyzers and GC vents, even in locations where space is limited.
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Analytical Systems Keco