GE Panametrics air.IQ Moisture Analyzer Kit
Complete package for moisture measurement in safe environment inert gas applications with gas pressure up to 200 psig
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- Inert gases such as air, nitrogen, SF6
- 0 to 200 psig gas pressure
- 32 to 122°F (0 to 50°C) gas temp
- -4 to 140°F (-20 to 60°C) operating temp
- Moisture content, non-condensing
- -166 to 68°F (-110 to 20°C) dew/frost point
- 32GB data logging capacity with MicroSD card
- 2GB card included
- 100 to 240 VAC @ 50 to 60Hz power requirement
- Enhanced analyzer performance with sample system
- Increased accuracy
- Greater measurement reliability
- Extended life
- Reduced maintenance
- Wall mounted NEMA 4X package
The GE Panametrics air.IQ moisture analyzer kit is designed for moisture measurement in any inert gas application, in industrial environments classified as safe areas, where the process gas pressure is slightly positive to a maximum of 200 psig. It includes the dew.IQ analyzer with display, IQ.probe, interconnecting cable, and sample system. The pre-wired sample system provides isolation, filtration, pressure and flow indication, and a clear door for easy viewing of all readings.
GE Panametrics air.IQ Moisture Analyzer Kit Applications:
- Industrial gas
- Air dryer / clean dry air
- Plastics drying
- Power generation
Here's how some of our customers used this product.
Measuring Moisture Content of Shielding Gases
The Background: Our customer is a supplier of compressed gases and seeks a means of testing the amount of moisture in shielding gas mixtures used in certain welding processes.
The Problem: Shielding gases are used to protect weld areas from oxygen and moisture which can reduce the quality of a weld. Given the purpose of the shielding gases, it is imperative they, themselves, are free of moisture.
The Solution: We suggested the GE Panametrics air.IQ moisture analyzer kit which is designed for moisture measurement in any inert gas application, in industrial environments classified as safe areas, where the process gas pressure is slightly positive to a maximum of 200 psig.