Change is in the air – make Servomex your partner for a cleaner future

We are all increasingly conscious of our contribution towards greenhouse gas emissions. This awareness has led industrial operators around the globe to look at how they can operate in the most environmentally responsible way, particularly by reducing carbon emissions.

Our gas analyzers for clean air applications will optimize process control and safety and help you to meet environmental standards – keeping your plant and processes future-proofed.

Make the change to cleaner air – find out how we can help right now.

Building a cleaner world, together

As the global expert in gas analysis, Servomex plays a major role in helping a wide range of industries achieve their clean air goals. Our three-phase strategy focuses on the key process areas, working to reduce emissions and mitigate the damage caused by harmful pollutants.

Phase one:
Combustion efficiency

Controlling this important process reaction reduces emissions of key pollutants, including NOx, SOx, carbon monoxide (CO) and carbon dioxide (CO2), lowers fuel consumption, and improves safety. Relying on accurate measurements of oxygen (O2) and combustibles (COe) in the reaction mixture to achieve the optimum ratio between fuel and air.

Phase two:
Gas cleaning

This involves the safe removal of harmful substances from process gases that might otherwise be emitted by the plant. Typical applications within this phase include DeNOx treatments (i.e. ammonia slip processes) and flue gas desulfurization. A variety of gas measurements are required depending on the gas cleaning process being used.

Phase three:
Emissions monitoring

Measuring pollutants within the flue gas helps to determine process efficiency and protect the environment. Ensures/demonstrates that plant operators are compliant with the necessary regulations. Continuous monitoring is required to measure all the necessary components of the flue gas, including criterion pollutants and greenhouse gases.

The FluegasExact 2700 delivers effective combustion analysis

Designed to measure O2 and COe in flue gases for improved combustion efficiency and reduced emissions, the FluegasExact 2700 gas analyzer meets the most demanding needs of combustion efficiency applications in the power generation and process industries.

Armed with an integral sampling system custom-designed for operation in some of the hottest and most extreme industrial environments, it is the analyzer of choice for controlling a wide range of combustion processes.

Keith Warren
Product Manager – Process Oxygen, Zirconia & Oxygen Deficiency

The Laser 3 Plus Combustion is a compact, fast-response analyzer

Containing all the benefits of Servomex’s Tunable Diode Laser (TDL) technology in a light, compact unit, with unmatched installation flexibility plus cost and performance benefits, the Laser 3 Plus Combustion is ready for fast, accurate and responsive measurements in combustion and process control.

It provides the most stable, repeatable results with minimal installation and maintenance costs, offering a fast response measurement of O2, CO or a combination of CH4 and CO.

Rhys Jenkins
IP&E Spectroscopic Product Manager

Innovative sensor technologies

We provide an extensive range of sensing technologies to support every stage of your clean air strategy. Key technologies include:

Zirconia

Reliable and accurate oxygen measurements with Zirconia

Zirconia is a trusted oxygen sensing technology capable of providing measurements at parts-per-million (ppm) and percentage levels. Relied upon by industries around the world, it is an essential component of our SERVOTOUGH FluegasExact 2700 analyzer, which monitors O2 levels in in-situ combustion processes.

Learn more about Zirconia technology

Calorimetry provides sensitive measurements of combustibles

Calorimetry technology – also known as Thick Film Catalytic sensing – is used in our SERVOTOUGH FluegasExact 2700 combustion analyzer. It works alongside the FluegasExact 2700’s Zirconia sensor to deliver a measurement of both oxygen and combustibles from one analyzer.

Learn more about Calorimetry technology
Tunable Diode Laser

Obtain fast, in-situ cross-stack measurements with TDL sensing

Tunable Diode Laser (TDL) technology offers a fast-response, accurate measurement that is highly specific to the gas of interest. This non-contact, non-depleting sensing uses a single-line “monochromatic” spectroscopic technique that offers highly stable calibration, a continuous in-situ measurement, and the avoidance of optical cross-interference from other gases.

Learn more about TDL technology

Change is in the air with the Laser 3 Plus Environmental for NOx reduction processes

The Laser 3 Plus Environmental is a revolution in Tunable Diode Laser (TDL) Absorption Spectroscopy analysis: a highly compact gas monitor for in-situ cross-stack applications, which delivers exceptional performance benefits for clean air processes.

Installed directly into process ducts, it is ideal for monitoring ammonia slip during NOx reduction processes such as Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) or Selective Non-Catalytic Reduction (SNCR), controlling the level of ammonia slip to between 2-3 parts per million.

Rhys Jenkins
IP&E Spectroscopic Product Manager

Advanced digital CEMS analysis from the 4900 Multigas

Specifically designed for the Continuous Emissions Monitoring (CEMS) of flue gas, the high-performance 4900 Multigas can deliver up to four simultaneous gas stream measurements. It combines Servomex’s leading-edge sensing technologies with a modern digital platform, for next-generation performance at a low cost of ownership.

A compact, small-footprint analyzer, it integrates effortlessly into established systems and, when used with the correct sampling system, delivers high grade multi-gas monitoring of criterion pollutant and greenhouse gases.

Chris Davis
Product Manager

The rugged SpectraExact 2500 is ready for demanding processes

Servomex’s iconic industry-leading photometric analyzer delivers flexible single and multicomponent gas analysis capability for corrosive, toxic and flammable sample streams. The SpectraExact 2500’s reliable, accurate and stable real-time online process analysis makes it ideal for a range of process, combustion and emissions gas analysis applications.

Highly affordable, the SpectraExact 2500 uses an intelligent design and non-depleting sensing technologies to help to extend maintenance intervals and dramatically reduce ongoing costs.

Rhys Jenkins
IP&E Spectroscopic Product Manager

Innovative sensor technologies

We provide an extensive range of sensing technologies to support every stage of your clean air strategy. Key technologies include:

Tunable Diode Laser

Obtain fast, in-situ cross-stack measurements with TDL sensing

Tunable Diode Laser (TDL) technology offers a fast-response, accurate measurement that is highly specific to the gas of interest. This non-contact, non-depleting sensing uses a single-line “monochromatic” spectroscopic technique that offers highly stable calibration, a continuous in-situ measurement, and the avoidance of optical cross-interference from other gases.

Learn more about TDL technology
Paramagnetic

Paramagnetic is an innovative solution for percentage O2

Servomex pioneered the use of Paramagnetic sensing technology, and it remains a proven, trusted cornerstone of our oxygen (O2) analysis products. Used by many of our industrial, portable and multi-gas analyzers, it delivers fast and reliable measurements of percentage O2 concentrations.

Learn more about Paramagnetic technology
Infrared

Infrared sensing provides real-time measurements of gases in a mixture

Infrared sensing is a flexible measurement technology based on the unique light-absorbing properties of some gases. It delivers a non-contact, real-time detection of the selected gas’s concentration in a mixture, and is widely used across the Servomex analyzer range, including our multi-gas analysis platforms, particularly for CO2 measurements.

Learn more about Infrared technology
Gas filter correlation

Gas Filter Correlation sensors deliver stable, ultra-accurate gas analysis

An advanced form of Infrared sensing, Gas Filter Correlation (Gfx) technology is ideal in applications with interferent background gases, delivering precise, sensitive measurements. It performs effectively where extremely accurate, low-level measurements are needed, or where background gases may interfere with the measurement, making it ideal for multi-gas CEMS applications.

Learn more about Gfx technology

Advanced digital CEMS analysis from the 4900 Multigas

Specifically designed for the Continuous Emissions Monitoring (CEMS) of flue gas, the high-performance 4900 Multigas can deliver up to four simultaneous gas stream measurements. It combines Servomex’s leading-edge sensing technologies with a modern digital platform, for next-generation performance at a low cost of ownership.

A compact, small-footprint analyzer, it integrates effortlessly into established systems and, when used with the correct sampling system, delivers high grade multi-gas monitoring of criterion pollutant and greenhouse gases.

Chris Davis
Product Manager

The MultiExact 4200 analyzes up to four gases simultaneously

The MultiExact 4200 provides high-specification multi-gas analysis of flammable gas samples and trace contaminants in a range of applications, using a mixture of Paramagnetic, Infrared, and Gas Filter Correlation technology.

Measuring up to four gas streams simultaneously, it is ideal for monitoring the common contaminants in hydrogen fuel production, analyzing percentage levels of O2, CO2, and CO. It can also measure percentage CO and CH4, and ppm-level CO, CO2, CH4 and N2O, for a variety of gas purity applications.

Rhys Jenkins
IP&E Spectroscopic Product Manager

The SERVOPRO NOx measures in key emissions applications

Utilizing Chemiluminescence detection technology to measure NO or NO/NO2/NOx concentrations in a single analyzer, the versatile SERVOPRO NOx can be calibrated for four measurement ranges starting from ultra-low to high ppm and is easy to install and operate.

The proven, light-based sensing technology makes the NOx perfect for continuous monitoring for industrial stationary sources emissions or ambient air, and fast enough for emissions testing in engines and vehicles.

Keith Warren
Product Manager – Process Oxygen, Zirconia & Oxygen Deficiency

Innovative sensor technologies

We provide an extensive range of sensing technologies to support every stage of your clean air strategy. Key technologies include:

Paramagnetic

Paramagnetic is an innovative solution for percentage O2

Servomex pioneered the use of Paramagnetic sensing technology, and it remains a proven, trusted cornerstone of our oxygen (O2) analysis products. Used by many of our industrial, portable and multi-gas analyzers, it delivers fast and reliable measurements of percentage O2 concentrations.

Learn more about Paramagnetic technology
Infrared

Infrared sensing provides real-time measurements of gases in a mixture

Infrared sensing is a flexible measurement technology based on the unique light-absorbing properties of some gases. It delivers a non-contact, real-time detection of the selected gas’s concentration in a mixture, and is widely used across the Servomex analyzer range, including our multi-gas analysis platforms, particularly for CO2 measurements.

Learn more about Infrared technology
Gas filter correlation

Gas Filter Correlation sensors deliver stable, ultra-accurate gas analysis

An advanced form of Infrared sensing, Gas Filter Correlation (Gfx) technology is ideal in applications with interferent background gases, delivering precise, sensitive measurements. It performs effectively where extremely accurate, low-level measurements are needed, or where background gases may interfere with the measurement, making it ideal for multi-gas CEMS applications.

Learn more about Gfx technology

Chemiluminescence: non-depleting sensing for NOx measurements

Used in our SERVOPRO NOx gas analyzer, Chemiluminescence sensing is a light-based technology ideal for the measurement of nitric oxide (NO), nitrogen dioxide (NO2) and total oxides of nitrogen (NOx) in a wide range of combustion and emissions monitoring applications.

Learn more about Chemiluminescence technology

For expert advice and help contact Servomex

To learn more about how Servomex can help you change the way you operate and minimize emissions, get in touch with our sales team.


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