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SICK Ltd GM32 In-situ Gas Analyzers

The GM32 in-situ gas analyzer measures SO2, NO, NO2 and NH3, as well as TRS components in Kraft pulp processes including pressure and temperature in the gas duct. Direct, fast and without gas sampling and transport. This means control systems are able to work with actual values in real time. Thanks to self-monitoring the measured value are reliable at any time. In case of a malfunction an early warning will be shown. For emission measurement of SO2 and NO, GM32 is tested for suitability according to European standard EN 15267. An ATEX version with comprehensive safety functions and sophisticated system technology is also available, as well as the GM32 TRS-PE (PE = Pulp Emission) for TRS measurement in Kraft pulp processes.

At a glance
  • Direct, fast in-situ measurement
  • No gas sampling, no gas transport, no gas conditioning
  • Up to eight measuring components at the same time, plus process temperature and pressure
  • DOAS and CDE evaluation process
  • Numerous independent measuring ranges with consistent accuracy
  • Automatic self-test function (QAL3) without test gases
  • Overpressure encapsulated design for ATEX Zones 1 and 2

Available: Eastern Canada

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Your Benefits

  • Unaltered measured values in real time without altering the gas composition
  • Short-term process deviations are detected
  • Representative measurement by selection of cross-duct or measuring probe type
  • Fast on-site service due to modular design
  • Long maintenance-free intervals
  • Cost-effective in-situ gas analyzer — ATEX type also available
  • Low cost of installation and operation, no test gases required
  • Complete emissions measurement in kraft pulp process by way of simultaneous measurement of TRS components plus SO2, NO, NH33


Manufacturer info

The future is now. The fourth industrial revolution is in full swing. Worldwide! Networked production and control processes in complex machine environments are no longer a thing of the future. The foundation for dynamic, real-time-optimized, and self-organizing industry processes is information gathering and the further processing of that information. As providers of data, sensors are essential for Smart Factories. SICK, an expert in sensors, is therefore at the forefront of developments. Sensor technology is the prerequisite for successful implementation of Industry 4.0.