The RA-915AM ambient air Mercury Analyser
The RA-915AM monitors is an ambient air mercury analyser it is designed for continuous mercury measurements in ambient air, indoor air and in natural gas. Ideal for permanent unattended installation at air monitoring stations, RA-915AM monitor for ambient air allows ultra-sensitive measurements of background Hg concentrations and is compliant with the European standard EN 15852 for ambient air monitoring.
The monitors feature fully-automated unattended operation without the need for the monthly technician maintenance and frequent recalibration. The use of the instrument allows cutting down operation costs as the analyzer requires no argon cylinders for operation and no consumables.
The remote data transfer makes it possible to connect the monitor to data collection systems via RS232, Modbus, and analogue output.
PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION of the Air Mercury analyser
Atomic absorption with Zeeman background correction.
FEATURES AND BENEFITS of the Air Mercury analyser
- direct continuous measurements;
- highest selectivity;
- no chemicals, no pre-concentration;
- stable calibration;
- automatic zero drift and span correction;
- automatic recalculation to standard conditions;
- customized operation parameters and communication protocol.
INSTALLATION of the Air Mercury analyser
The RA-915AM monitors are designed for indoor operation or installation in climate controlled cabinets. The monitors can be installed in standard 19 inch rack.
EQUIPMENT AND OPTIONS
- RA-915AM Air Mercury Monitor
- On request monitors may be equipped with a flow switching device for multiple sampling points
All of the equipment is covered by a 12-months warranty.
On customer’s request our service engineers can carry out installation and commissioning of the instruments at customer’s site. Consultations and initial training of attendance personnel are provided with due account of customer’s specific needs. Spare parts are delivered and repair is made immediately upon customer’s request (free within the warranty period).