Flue-Gas Oxygen Analyzer

Aug. 18, 2005
The OxyTrak 390 flue-gas oxygen analyzer is designed for ex situ installations in dirty, rugged applications such as boilers, furnaces, rotary kilns, and incinerators.

The OxyTrak 390 features access to both oxygen sensor and calibration port, so the unit can be fully serviced while still in place. The microprocessor-based electronics package features drop-down menu programming and communications capabilities. Optional remote control/display functionality is planned for later release.

GE Infrastructure Sensing: Boston Center, 1100 Technology Dr., Billerica, MA 01821, (800) 833-9438, gesensing.com

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