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TEST PRODUCTS INTL. Combustion Analyzer: Carrying Case/Filters/Probes, 0 ppm to 10,000 ppm, 709A740

Item 
3JYG6
Mfr. Model 
709A740

Product Details

Catalog Page
596
Calibration Certificate
Not Included
Includes
Carrying Case; Filters; Probes
Carbon Monoxide Measured
0 ppm to 10,000 ppm
Stack Temperature Measured
0 °F to 1,472 °F
Combustion Efficiency
0 % to 100 %
Brand
TEST PRODUCTS INTL.
Oygen Measured
0 % v/v to 25 % v/v
Includes
  • Exhaust Spigot (Removable)
  • Flue Sampling Probe
  • In-Line Filter
  • Mini Pump Protection Filter Assembly
  • Rubber Boot
  • Soft Carrying Case
  • Spare Filters
  • Temperature Probe
  • TPI 709 Instrument
Manufacturer Part Number
709A740
Digital Display Screen Type
LCD with Backlight
Features
  • Calculates Combustion Efficiency, Pump Driven for Fast Response
  • Large Backlit Display
Maximum Carbon Monoxide Measured
10,000 ppm
Maximum Oxygen Measured
25 % v/v
Minimum Oxygen Measured
0 % v/v
Selectable Fuel Options
  • Anthracite Coal
  • Bagasse
  • Bituminous Coal
  • Butane
  • Coke
  • Heavy Oil
  • Light Oil
  • LPG
  • Natural Gas
  • Wood Chips
Minimum Carbon Monoxide Measured
0 ppm
Maximum Combustion Efficiency
100 %
Minimum Combustion Efficiency
0 %
Maximum Excess Air Measured
999 %
Minimum Excess Air Measured
0 %
Maximum Operating Temperature
122 °F
Minimum Operating Temperature
14 °F
Maximum Stack Temperature Measured
1,472 °F
Minimum Stack Temperature Measured
0 °F
Calibration Certificate Type
Available Separately
Battery Chemistry
Alkaline
Battery Run Time
6 hr
Battery Size
AA
Battery Voltage
1.5V
UNSPSC
26131701
Country of Origin
South Korea (subject to change)
Product Description

Standard combustion analyzers measure the composition, temperature, and pressure of exhaust gases produced by combustion processes. These measurements are used to make adjustments as necessary to optimize combustion efficiency and prevent combustion-related poisoning.