COMTEC O2 / COe Analyzers
Combustion optimization with in-situ O2 / COe measurement
COe refers to the sum of unburned molecules - carbon monoxide (CO), hydrocarbons (CxHy) and hydrogen (H2). Unburned molecules and oxygen molecules need to be measured in order to analyze the quality of combustion.
High COe values are an indicator for inefficient, climate harmful and plant hostile process control. From a safety point of view, monitoring the COe values can also be used for recognition of smouldering fires.
The COMTEC® 6000 is an InSitu analyzer for measurement of oxygen and COe in flue and process gases for dual measurement in real time. This is achieved by combining the MXP sensor for COe measurement with the technology of MLT sensor which measures oxygen content. The COMTEC® 6000 ensures combustion optimization by enabling the operator to fine tune his combustion process.
COMTEC® 6000 GasEx
COMTEC® 6000 GasEx combines both the O2 and COe sensors in a robust ATEX certified InSitu analyzer, with fast reaction to process changes for safe measurements of oxygen and COe in refineries or for similar applications with explosion hazards (Gas Ex zones 1/2).
COMTEC® 6000 DustEx
The COMTEC® 6000 DustEx is a highly robust analyzer for InSitu O2 / COe measurement, able to endure process gases with abrasive high dust loads and is ATEX certified for zones (21/22, with ATEX marking II 2D Ex tb IIIC T133°C/141°C Db).