The J.U.M. Engineering 3-500 uses a hydrogen flame ionization detector (FID) in a heated oven to prevent the loss of high molecular weight hydrocarbons and to provide reliable performance in the analysis of trace level of contamination in high purity gases, air, and other gases.
All sample wetted components, including the sample filter, are housed in the heated oven.
The sample filter is easily accessible from the rear side. No sample tools are required for changing the sample filter. The burner air supply is built-in. No extra bottles for burner air are needed.
All sample wetted components are housed in heated oven controlled at 190°C
Built-In sample and control/burner air pressure pumps
Built-in sample and control/burner air pressure pumps
Microprocessor PID-type temperature controller
Optional dual fuel gas swithc select between 100% H2 and 60/40 mixed fues (He or N2)
|Methods of Analysis||Flame Ionization Detector|
|Sensitivity||Max. 1 ppm CH4 full scale|
|Response Time||Approx. 0.2 seconds|
|Display||3 1/2 digit|
|Sample Pump||approx 2.5 l/min capacity @ operating temp.|
|Ambient Temperature||5-43ºC (41-110ºF)|
|Measuring ranges (ppm)||0-10 100 1.000 10.000 100.00 otheres on request|
|Dimensions||US: 19 x 18 x 5.2 in. Metric: 483 x 460 x 132 mm|