GE Panametrics’ XMTC Thermal Conductivity Gas Analyzer is a microprocessor-based transmitter that provides sensitive, accurate, on-line gas-composition analysis based on the thermal conductivity of gases in a mixture.
The XMTC uses thermal conductivity to distinguish one gas or group of gases from another. It uses two ultrastable precision thermistors, one in contact with the sample gas and one in contact with a sealed or flowing reference gas. Since it has no moving parts, the transmitter can handle shock and vibration. Its unique design makes it insensitive to contamination and sample flow rate variation. The XMTC can be field calibrated or, due to its modular construction, the plug-in measuring cell can be quickly replaced with a precalibrated spare.
For optimal installation, the XMTC features split construction. This allows the transmitter to be located up to 1200 feet from the display, connected via an inexpensive, unshielded cable.
The XMTC serves a wide variety of needs in many industries. Typical applications include top-gas hydrogen analysis in blast furnaces and in heat-treating ovens; monitoring hydrogen in generator cooling systems; gas purity monitoring of Ar, H2 and N2; measuring the level of H2 in ammonia or methanol synthesis gas; and monitoring CO2 in fermentation and other biochemical processes.
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