The LDS 6 gas analyzer consists of a central unit and up to three in-situ optics housings. The connection between the central unit and the optics housings is established by a hybrid cable containing optical fibers and copper wires. An additional cable connects the transmitter and receiver parts of the cross-duct optics housings. The major part of the benefits introduced by the in-situ approach stems from the simple fact that the measurement is performed non-intrusively and in realtime – without any disturbance or delay due to gas sampling or gas conditioning.
• Measurement of NH₃, HCl, HF, H₂O, CO or CO₂ in flue gas, for example before and after gas purification
• Combines the compact, maintenance friendly design, simple operation and network capability of the six series analyzers with the proven, exceptional performance of in situ gas analysis using tunable diode laser spectrometers (TDLS) and fiber optics
• Precise, reliable measurement of gases even under extreme conditions, for example up to 600°C or with very high dust concentrations
• Applications in cement and paper plants