ANNOx CLD 88 Y  p Chemiluminescence Analyser





CLD 88 Y p

CLD 88 Y p Specifications

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The CLD 88 Y p nitrogen oxide analyser is unique in its speed and precision. It allows the sequential measurement of NO and NO2 concentrations even in the range of parts per trillion!

Compact and modular construction. The CLD 88 Y p is the most compact unit of its class. Thanks to the totally modular layout and the rich variety of options this analyser is designed for a multitude of applications.

When decimals are decisive. The CLD 88 Y p fulfills the requirements of many research groups specializing in detecting and monitoring smallest variations of NO2 concentrations in less than thirty seconds despite its total sample flow. The lagtime of less than a second makes it even more attractive. NO2 measurement is accomplished by a sequential detection of NO and NOX. The pre-chamber minimizes zero drift and cross sensitivity. This makes it ideally suited for areas with excellent air quality. For specific measurements the Y converter can be replaced by the optionally avaiable photolytic converter unit PLC 860.

User friendliness. The development of an ECO PHYSICS analyser always requires full user comfort.
The user can adapt the operation according to his needs by selection of predefined settings.
The use of first-rate components guarantees virtually service-free operation.
Maintenance simply means annual replacement of filters and membranes besides the consumables required by special sampling conditions

Monitoring of ambient air quality. Clearly structured and full text displays inform the user about the instrument's status, any errors and measures to return to normal operation.
  • Compact design without any additional space required
  • Molybdenum converter for NO2 detection
  • Pre-chamber to offset cross sensitivity
  • Four freely selectable measurement ranges
  • Operation and control via keypad or personal computer
  • Optional calibration module for zero level and span gas calibration
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  • Ambient monitoring in areas with excellent air quality
  • Supervision of production processes in the chemical and hi-tech industries
  • Permanent monitoring of clean room conditions in R & D labs
  • Biomedical and pharmaceutical research
  • Plant physiological research