New TDL Analyzer for H2S, CO2, H2O in Natural Gas Applications
CALGARY, Alberta, Canada, – Galvanic Applied Sciences, Inc. announces the release of our tunable diode laser (TDL) process analyzer, AccuLase-GPA™, now with multi-parameter capabilities. 3 components in 1 cell for total certainty.
AccuLase-GPA™ is the only TDL analyzer designed to measure H2S, CO2, and H2O using a single Herriott cell. Built and supported in North America, AccuLase-GPA™ marks the 6th platform in Galvanic’s H2S analyzer portfolio.
“Galvanic has been supporting the natural gas industry for 40 years with process H2S analyzers. AccuLase-GPA™ compliments our tape system by combining H2S, CO2 and H2O in a single Herriot Cell providing maximum measurement certainty, sensitivity, and accuracy in natural gas applications,” comments David Haydt, director of R&D.
AccuLase-GPA™ uses a proprietary measurement cell that detects all three components to meet and exceed AGA natural gas quality requirements. AccuLase-GPA™ is specific to H2S, CO2, and H2O without methane or benzene interferences. Since AccuLase-GPA™ does not require a scrubber system, the response time to measure H2S, CO2, and H2O is only 30 seconds. AccuLase-GPA™ can measure up to 4 streams with a wide measurement range, covering the most critical natural gas applications.
AccuLase-GPA™ was designed for minimal hands-on maintenance. AccuLase-GPA™ does not require any utilities other than power consumption as low as 80 watts DC or 100 watts AC. Instrument air is not required because AccuLase-GPA™ is CSA Div. 1 & Div. 2 certified. Secure remote analyzer control is achieved using the local area network web-browser GUI platform. If you need an accurate, rugged analyzer for natural gas processing, pipeline, or custody transfer applications, then AccuLase-GPA™ is the TDL analyzer of choice.
Keywords: Tunable Diode Laser; H2S; CO2; H2O; Natural Gas; Custody Transfer; Pipeline; Fuel Gas; Biogas
Applications: Natural Gas Processing, Pipeline, Custody Transfer; Refinery Fuel Gas