CONTINUOUS NH3 and N2 ANALYZER
The LSE MONITORS analyzers measure NH3 and N20 gases at concentrations on the order of ppb. They can be used, among other applications, to monitor ambient air quality, monitoring industrial emissions and industrial processes.
- Quick measurement at low concentrations
- Automatic system extremely easy to handle
- near-zero maintenance
- Economical solution
The quantum cascade acoustic photo measurementThe measurements are based on a photoacoustic technique. A laser beam which can be absorbed by the NH3 or NO2 molecules is directed into a sample cell. If the target gas is present in this cell, some of the light is absorbed. This results in a minimal increase in the pressure in the cell. The modulation of the laser beam causes the formation of pressure waves. These pressure waves are picked up, amplified and measured by a microphone. The amplitude is proportional to the concentration of the target gas.
Ammonia Analyzer (NH3)Emissions of ammonia from animal farms, natural processes or industries cause the formation of acid rain and the development of aerosols. In high concentrations they produce very unpleasant odors. In order to improve the quality of the ambient air for man and the environment, these emissions must be reduced and controlled. Concentration analysis is necessary to define the sources of ammonia and monitor the effects of the reduction methods put in place.
Nitrous oxide analyzer (N2O)Nitrous oxide, mostly from agriculture, industry and power plants, is one of the most polluting greenhouse gases. Its evolutions are slow and minimal over time, which implies the need to use highly sensitive and stable measurement systems. In order to improve the quality of the ambient air for man and the environment, these emissions must be controlled and reduced. Concentration analysis is necessary to define the sources of N2O and to monitor the effects of the reduction methods put in place.
|NH3||N2O||Other gases to come|
|Animal farms||Ambiant air||Research|
|Anesthetic products industry||Exhaust gas||Etc.|
LSE Monitors is a joint venture founded by two Dutch companies, SYNSPEC and Senso-Sense. This union benefits from both Senso-Sense's expertise in photoacoustic analysis and the control of Synspec's low-concentration gas analyzer production. Their common goal is to provide worldwide field analyzers to track gases important for our environment.