To monitor exhaust gas emissions from combustion according to regulations or gases used in industrial processing, measurement and instrument maintenance should be straightforward, reliable and cost-efficient. This is why Siemens designed the robust ULTRAMAT 23 multi-component gas analyzer. This all-rounder can be configured to measure up to four gases simultaneously and around the clock, with a choice of detection methods and sensors to suit a wide range of applications. Its IR detector can determine up to three infrared-sensitive gases, and a UV photometer even smaller concentrations of SO₂ and NO₂. In addition, electrochemical or paramagnetic oxygen sensors can measure O₂, and an electrochemical H₂S measuring cell permits use in biogas applications. With its low measuring ranges, the economical ULTRAMAT 23 offers value for money that otherwise only high-end solutions do. Despite its versatility, the instrument is easy to use and low in maintenance – for example, daily autocalibration is performed with ambient air, so there is no need for calibration gases.
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