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New White Paper on process Oxygen gas monitoring

Quantitech has prepared a comprehensive White Paper on the measurement of Oxygen gas in furnaces and other industrial processes. Quantitech’s Craig Day says: “Oxygen gas concentration measurements are essential for the effective management of many industrial processes, providing an important indicator of combustion performance, fuel usage and process safety. In many processes, oxygen measurement enables process operators to monitor the progress of chemical reactions; thereby enabling optimisation of product yield.”

  The White Paper explores the benefits of oxygen monitoring and examines the technologies available for continuous oxygen monitoring. These include Zirconia and Paramagnetic sensors and Tunable diode laser absorption spectroscopy (TDLAS). The relative merits of each technology are discussed and a number of applications for oxygen monitoring are discussed. These include: waste incineration, furnace control, sulphuric acid manufacture, process heaters / FCC regenerator off-gas in refineries, and re-heat furnaces and hot rolling mills in the iron & steel industry.

  The White Paper can be downloaded free of charge at www.Quantitech.co.uk/O2WP . Visitors to Quantitech’s new website will note the wide variety of applications now covered; particularly those within Process Monitoring.

 Further information, is available at www.quantitech.co.uk .

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For further information, please contact:
Quantitech Ltd
Unit 3
Old Wolverton Road
Milton Keynes
MK12 5NP
Tel: 01908 227722
Fax: 01908 227733
www.quantitech.co.uk

Note to editors:
Quantitech Ltd specialises in the provision of the world's leading environmental monitoring and occupational hygiene testing equipment. The company's success is built upon the world-leading products and customised systems that it is able to offer, coupled with outstanding levels of service.

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