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"I just wanted to tell everyone involved at CAI that I appreciate your efforts in getting our analyzer to us..." Leonard Baughman
Technical Support Manager
CAI Introduces New Landfill Gas Systems
March 01, 2010
ORANGE, CA (March 1, 2010) - The California Analytical Instruments Landfill Gas Analysis System provides a highly accurate Methane and Oxygen analyzer housed in a NEMA 4 or 4X enclosure. The enclosure is climate controlled for outdoor mounting and provides maximum stability in virtually any environment.
The enclosure includes fittings for calibration gases, sample gas, and exhaust as well as solenoid valves for automatic calibration of each gas. Sample pressure is kept constant by way of inlet pressure regulators and a back pressure regulator assembly thus preventing changes in readings because of changes in sample pressure. An optional CO2 channel, water removal system, and sample pump are available. The System can be provided in an area classified configuration if required. The system meets: 40 CFR Part 98, 40 CFR Part 60 Method 25B and ANSI ISO 14065: 2007.
California Analytical Instruments, Inc. (CAI) based in Orange, California has been a premier supplier of quality gas analyzers and systems for use in industrial, environmental, process, health & safety, and automotive emissions measurement applications for over 25 years. CAI's goal is to provide innovative, cost effective and reliable solutions. We believe there is no substitute for personal attention to the product requirements and support needs of our customers. CAI utilizes technologies such as: Chemiluminescence, Non-Dispersive Infrared (NDIR), Flame Ionization Detection (FID), Paramagnetic, FTIR, and Photoacoustic Infrared Spectroscopy (PAS) for measurement of CO, CO2, NO, NO2, N2O, NH3, O2, CH4, SO2, SF6 and HCL gases. CAI’s computer controlled analyzers are currently installed in 1000’s of facilities, in over 100 countries. Additional information about California Analytical Instruments, Inc. and its products may be found at www.gasanalyzers.com.