ISA Expo 2004: Servomex shows high-temperature oxygen analyzer
Sugar Land, TX—Servomex is exhibiting its 2200H high-temperature oxygen analyzer for process applications at ISA Expo 2004, Oct. 5-7, at the Reliant Center. The 2200H analyzer now has Factory Mutual (FM) and Canadian Standards Association (CSA) approvals
Sugar Land, TX— Servomex is exhibiting its 2200H high-temperature oxygen analyzer for process applications at ISA Expo 2004, Oct. 5-7, at the Reliant Center. The 2200H analyzer now has Factory Mutual (FM) and Canadian Standards Association (CSA) approvals, as well as the ATEX Category 2 approval that it was launched with earlier in 2004. This enables the analyzer to be used by U.S. and Canadian customers or incorporated in systems for these markets. Servomex adds that 2200H can be applied in any markets where end-users demand these approvals.
Suitable for use with sample temperatures up to 110 °C, the firm’s 2200H high-temperature transmitter offers savings in installation and operating costs for the sampling system by eliminating the need to condense the hot sample prior to analysis. As with the 2200 model, which already has FM, CSA and ATEX approvals, there is no need for either a purge gas or reference gas, which adds to savings, whether the analyzer is being used in a new installation or as a replacement.
Fully approved for use in ATEX category 2 applications, the T3-rated 2200H is certified as flameproof to EExd, which is intrinsically safe to Ex ia. It’s also sealed to IP66/NEMA 4X. And, it conforms with EN 50104 requirements, which cover electrical apparatus for detection and measurement of oxygen, as well as performance requirements and test methods. Servomex adds that 2200H replaces its 1100H model.
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