Portable emission analyzer
Testo is pleased to announce the all new 350 portable emission analyzer. This new model represents a complete redesign of the already popular emission analyzer for measuring NO, NO2, SO2, CO and O2. Major improvements include an HD color graphic display, new exclusive sensor design, and a new housing, bump protection and industrial connectors, so it can stand up to any field condition.
“Portable analyzer technology has come a long way. From humble beginnings when analyzers were used to tune simple combustion systems to multipoint testing with compliance level accuracy,” according to Craig McKim, Division Manager for testo. “The new 350 melds together the best technology available and presents it in a package that performs beyond your expectation.”
Additional features include electrochemical and infrared sensing technologies for long-term measurement stability; quick-change sensor filters that increase sensor life for better accuracy, and easy-access panels for quick servicing in the field. Testo’s easyEmission software provides total control of the new 350 by providing extraordinary data management by allowing for data import and export in a variety of formats, including PDF and Microsoft Excel.
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