Filters for industrial gas sampling

  • 11-Apr-2013 04:18 EDT
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Mott Corp.'s all-metal inertial gas sampling filters allow the collection of particle-free samples from virtually any gas stream, including those that are heavily contaminated and run at extreme temperatures. Typical applications include gas sampling in stack testing, lime or cement kilns, fluid catalytic crackers, coking oven off-gas atmospheres, and general process control and emission control monitoring. The filters feature a cross-flow design that keeps most particles in the gas stream, reducing obstruction of the filter element. They can withstand temperatures up to 1450°F in oxidizing atmospheres and up to 1700°F in reducing or neutral atmospheres, depending on the material of construction; and can operate in high-pressure applications with differential pressures in excess of 1000 psid.

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