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E Instruments launches new E8500 Plus

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Pennsylvania-based E Instruments International has launched a new E8500 Plus portable emissions analyser. The new analyser is a complete portable tool for US Environmental Protection Agency compliance level emissions monitoring and testing.

Designed for use for regulatory compliance and maintenance in industrial boiler, burner, engine, turbine, furnace, and other combustion applications, the new E850 Plus includes up to nine gas sensors and a chiller. It also comes with an optional sample conditioning unit to minimise NOX loss from condensation.

New features also include NO and NO2 sensors for true NOX measurements, a PID VOC sensor option, new display and keypad design, easier filter replacement and inspection, and expanded internal memory.

Read the article online at: https://www.worldcement.com/product-news/17042018/e-instruments-launches-new-e8500-plus/

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