Gas Analyzer System


Gas Analyzer System

IEP has an impeccable knowledge of process applications and provides strong professional support from which you can completely benefit from the gas analysis and sample systems. We offer a full range of high-quality analyzers, such as gas chromatographs, continuous gas analyzers, combustion analyzers, and flame, gas, and toxic detectors. IEP ensures guaranteed quality from a single source with outstanding overall performance. A wide range of system packaging options is also available from IEP to meet the requirements of any project or application.

  • Continuous Emission Monitoring System (CEMS)
  • Ambient Air Quality Monitoring System (AAQMS)
  • Process Gas & Natural Gas Analyzer System.
  • Gas Purity Analyzer System.


Continuous Emission Monitoring System (CEMS)


A Continuous Emission Monitoring System (CEMS) is the entire set of equipment required to determine the concentration or rate of a gas or particulate matter using pollutant analyzer measurements and a conversion equation, graph, or computer programme to produce results in units of the applicable emission limitation or standard.

Performance specifications are used to evaluate the acceptability of the CEMS during or shortly after installation, and whenever required by regulations.

You must monitor emissions and want to reduce them as much as possible. Utilize our comprehensive portfolio of standardized and certified solutions at all levels, from individual devices to complete Continuous Emission Monitoring CEM systems, including support throughout the entire life cycle.

IEP provides cold-extractive, hot-extractive, and in-site automated monitoring systems based on individual needs. Emission evaluation systems for data storage, visualization, and remote transmission round out the portfolio.

Ambient Air Quality Monitoring System (AAQMS)

AAQMS typically consists of a High-Volume Sampler System or a manual sampler that draws a known volume of air through the filter. After collecting samples for the specified time period, the sampler is manually transported to the laboratory for analysis. Before and after sampling, the filter is analyzed for various pollutants based on its weight. As a result, there is a sample collection, sample transfer to the lab, analysis, data recording, and post-consumption process.

The level of pollutants is monitored by ambient air quality monitoring systems, or AAQMS. From a single analyzer to full turnkey systems (both mobile and fixed) with shelters and hardwired or wireless data transfer to pollution control boards. IEP offers a wide range of solutions to meet a large portion of the Ambient Air Quality Monitoring requirements.


Process Gas & Natural Gas Analyzer System

A Process Analyzer is a device that automatically measures the chemical concentration of a single or multiple components, or some related physical quantity, on a continuous or intermittent basis. Whereas, Natural Gas has recently been recognized as a clean energy source, as well as a raw material for chemical products. A cutting-edge drilling technology has recently increased the use of shale gas. The demand for gas composition analysis is growing as the production area diversifies.

IEP responds to analytical requests with a diverse system lineup. A dedicated injector with a vaporizer is available for the analysis of liquified gas, such as LPG. Both manual and online injection are possible. The operation software can calculate required values such as indexes, calorific values, and so on automatically.

Gas Purity Analyzer System

Its straightforward automatic operation, continuous measurement, and digital display of purity concentration makes it an invaluable tool for on-site instant analysis and follow-up action. Its data logging and computer interface capabilities can be used in the laboratory for more in-depth analysis. It can be used to determine the concentration of nitrogen in steam.

On startup, the instrument performs a complete self-integrity check as well as a calibration check on demand. The sampling switch is pressed, which initiates sampling via the inbuilt suction pump and digitally displays the result.