Hot Products

  1. CT5100 Continuous Gas Analyzer
    5/26/2016

    Rosemount CT5100 continuous gas analyzer from Emerson is the world’s only hybrid analyzer to combine Tunable Diode Laser (TDL) and Quantum Cascade Laser (QCL) measurement technologies for process gas analysis and emissions monitoring. The CT5100 is available in two variants: a certified system, housed in a purged and pressurized enclosure for hazardous area installations; and a non-certified system for use in nonhazardous areas. Both can house up to six lasers to measure up to 12 critical component gases and potential pollutants simultaneously within a single system - meeting local, state, national, and international regulatory requirements. The CT5100 is a unique combination of advanced technology, high reliability, and rugged design. Its "laser chirp" technique expands gas analysis in both the near- and mid-infrared range, enhancing process insight, improving overall gas analysis sensitivity and selectivity, removing cross interference, and reducing response time. The laser chirp technique produces sharp, well-defined peaks from high resolution spectroscopy that enable specificity of identified components with minimum interference and without filtration, reference cells, or chemometric manipulations.

  2. Millennium SC1100 Catalytic Bead LEL Gas Detector
    12/28/2014

    The SC1100 Catalytic Bead gas detector continuously monitors your site for the presence of combustible gases. Net Safety's proprietary SensorGuard feature protects sensors from damage caused by extended exposure to high concentrations of combustible gas.

  3. M21 Transmitter
    1/11/2017

    The Millennium II (M21) single channel universal transmitters have been engineered from the ground-up to include the innovative features that managers and operators in the field demand, while providing rock solid day-to-day operation, even in the most extreme conditions. The Millennium II redefines what you expect from a fixed gas detection solution.

  4. T56 Clarity® II Turbidimeter
    5/7/2013

    The T56 Clarity II™ turbidimeter system is intended for the determination of turbidity in water. Low stray light, high stability, efficient bubble rejection, and a display resolution of 0.001 NTU make Clarity II™ ideal for monitoring the turbidity of filtered drinking water.

  5. The Emerson Annubar® Flowmeter Now Gas NSF Approvals
    3/11/2016

    Now, the Rosemount Annubar Flowmeter is certified to the NSF/ANSI 372 standard for lead-free plumbing, as defined by the U.S. Safe Drinking Water Act. Patented Annubar averaging pitot tube technology offers many advantages that help facilities save time and money: real-time mass and energy flow measurement and integral temperature design help minimize permanent pressure loss and produce energy savings.

  6. M22 Dual Channel Universal Transmitter
    12/29/2014

    The Millennium II (M22) dual channel universal transmitters have been engineered from the ground-up to include the innovative features that managers and operators in the field demand, while providing rock solid day-to-day operation, even in the most extreme conditions. The Millennium II redefines what you expect from a fixed gas detection solution.

  7. FCL Free Chlorine Measuring System
    5/16/2011

    The FCL free chlorine system is intended for the determination of free chlorine in fresh water.

  8. Dissolved Oxygen: RDO® Optical Dissolved Oxygen Sensor and Analyzer
    5/12/2010
    The RDO® sensor and analyzer is intended for the determination of dissolved oxygen in water. It is ideal for use in wastewater aeration basins and ponds. The sensor uses the fluorescence quenching method. Unlike polarographic oxygen sensors, the RDO sensor does not require a flowing sample. It is also less affected by fouling than polarographic sensors.
  9. Desalination Of Sea Water
    4/4/2006
    Desalination is the name given to processes that remove salt from water
  10. Disinfection: FCLi Free Chlorine Measuring System
    8/30/2005

    Measuring free chlorine for on-line continuous applications can be accomplished in fresh water applications using the free chlorine system FCL without the use of chemical reagents or pre-treatment. The complete system includes a sensor, cable, analyzer, and flow controller. Continuous pH correction eliminates expensive and messy reagents and troublesome sample conditioning systems in samples having pH as high as 9.5. The full feature-packed analyzer includes dual outputs, three programmable alarm relays and a two-line display with a choice of six languages.