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Our NEW microprocessor controlled total hydrocarbon analyzer is the ideal quantitative instrument for continuously measuring concentrations of hydrocarbons and, utilizing a catalytic methanizer, CO and CO2 in gas streams. An alternative version is available for beverage-grade CO2 applications.

The instrument provides long term stability and accurate performance in gas manufacturing facilities and laboratory applications, such as:
  • Gas purity certification
  • UHP inert gas contaminant analysis
  • HC monitoring in CO2 feed streams in the food/beverage industry
  • Carbon bed breakthrough detection
  • Monitoring in process streams
Features include:
  • Continuous ppm and sub-ppm measurement of hydrocarbons and CO and CO2 in gas streams
  • Microprocessor controlled
  • Three Variations:
    - Series 2300
    - Series 2300-CM with Catalytic Methanizer
    - Series 2300-BG for Beverage-grade CO2
  • Operates on 100% H2, 40/60% H2/N2 or H2/He Fuel Mixes
  • Flame Ionization Detector (FID)
  • Methanizer to measure CO and CO2
  • High resolution graphical LCD touchscreen and keypad
  • Flameout indicator / Auto shutoff for gases
  • Auto ranging from 0.00 ppm to 20,000 ppm
  • Auto zero / Auto calibration
  • Programmable relays for concentration alarms, events, and diagnostics
  • Electronic flow control of air, fuel, and sample gas
  • Real-time data logging
  • Outputs:
    Analog (standard): 4-20 mA, VDC [0-1 V, 0-1 mV, 0-10 V]
    Digital (optional): RS-232, RS-485, USB, Ethernet
  • Optional MODBUS, PROFINET [read only] communication protocols
  • Safety: flame-out indication with automatic fuel and sample line shut off
  • Pump Assembly (optional)
  • Installation: bench or 19” rack
  • Power: 115-230 V, 50-60 Hz

Series 2300 THA

Series 2300
Total Hydrocarbon Gas Analyzer

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