Multigas analyzer

  • 11-Nov-2011 02:45 EST
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The MFA 9000 gas analysis device from WITT-Gasetechnik assists quality inspectors and service technicians in determining the composition of gases. The analyzer can evaluate the composition of 13 mixtures from two gases. The device analyzes the common technical gases of nitrogen, carbon dioxide, argon, hydrogen, helium, and methane. The digital display shows the measured result as a percent of the gas combination or as a parts-per-million share. Only the mixed gas to be determined is required for a measurement; an additional reference gas is not required. The first result is given in as quickly as 1 s.

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