Thermo Scientific iQ Series gas analysers, the first instruments built on the new Thermo Scientific iQ Series platform, are designed to maximise uptime and provide access to uninterrupted data.
A new, easy-to-use air quality monitoring solution is now available to technicians and managers within the power generation industry and government agencies charged with air quality oversight.
The Thermo Scientific iQ Series gas analysers are the first instruments developed on the new, innovative Thermo Scientific iQ Series environmental monitoring platform and build upon earlier generations. They are designed to be more reliable and more accessible than predecessor models while offering faster, more precise and uninterrupted data acquisition capabilities.
The analyzers also feature a new touchscreen interface designed to optimize user control over source emission and ambient monitoring data. Additionally, predictive diagnostics and preventative maintenance alerts allow operators to proactively plan their routine servicing activities, which helps to mitigate emergency situations and optimise efficiency during remote operation.
“Technicians responsible for source emission and ambient monitoring are increasingly seeking smart, adaptable instrumentation to take more control over their data and their day,” said Ben Zhou, vice president and general manager, environmental and process monitoring, Thermo Fisher. “Our newest gas analyser platform serves this growing industry demand, delivering our innovative technology in instruments that can be more widely used to measure and manage air quality.”
The Thermo Scientific iQ Series gas analysers also offer:
- A mobile application for remote monitoring and control.
- Wireless connectivity capability to personal devices.
- A modular design that enables increased instrument uptime, ease of serviceability and maximum data availability over previous-generation models.
- iQ360, a 24/7 customer support service for rapid response to equipment and service needs.
Read the article online at: https://www.worldpipelines.com/equipment-and-safety/02082017/new-gas-analyers-available-to-air-quality-technicians/
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