October 2008

Trends and Resources

New Developments

Flue-gas analyzers for improved combustion efficiency Enhanced Rosemount Analytical X-STREAM oxygen analyzers are claimed to improve the efficiencies of large boilers and furnaces, and provide immed..

Flue-gas analyzers for improved combustion efficiency Enhanced Rosemount Analytical X-STREAM oxygen analyzers are claimed to improve the efficiencies of large boilers and furnaces, and provide immediate reduction of carbon-dioxide emissions with minimal investment. X-STREAM O2 in situ combustion flue-gas analyzers are said to optimize combustion and reduce emissions. They provide information to control the burner's fuel-to-air ratio. The analyzer's probe now offers improved AccuMax accuracy specifications, extended temperature capability and new longer probe lengths up to 18-ft long. The X-STREAM line of combustion O2 probes are now designed to be repaired without removing the prob

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