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Combustion Analyzer, Plus SO2
- Item # 33H565
- Mfr. Model # KM900COS
- UNSPSC # 41113102
- Catalog Page # N/A
- Shipping Weight 72.0 lbs.
- Item Combustion Efficiency Analyzer
- Type Plus SO2
- Fuel Type Natural Gas, Town Gas, Gascor, Light Oil, Heavy Oil, Propane, Butane, Anthracite, Coke, Coal, Kinsale Gas.
- Combustion Efficency 0.1 to 99.9%
- Oxygen Concentration 0 to 25%
- Carbon Dioxide Concentration 0 to 99.9%
- Carbon Monoxide Measurement Range 0 to 10000ppm
- Primary/Ambient Air Temp. 32 to 122 Degrees F
- Stack Temp. 32 to 1112 Degrees F
- Pressure/Draft +/-60" WC
- Sulfur Dioxide Measurement Range 0 to 5,000 ppm
- Excess Air 0 to 250%
- Display LCD
- Battery Type 6V Sealed Lead Acid
- Includes Analyzer, Flue Probe, Water Trap, Particle Filter, Protective Rubber Boot with Magnet, Carrying Case
- Manufacturers Warranty Length 1 Year
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