Cemgas 5000 HF Laser Analyzer
Avoid failing to meet Clean Air Act compliance regulations with the Cemgas HF Laser Analyzer.
This analyzer uses Optical Feedback Cavity Enhanced Absorption Spectroscopy (OFCEAS) IR technology to give superior performance for the measurement of low level HF ambient air.
Why choose the Cemgas 5000 HF Laser Analyzer?
The ease-of-use the HF Laser Analyzer provides stands above the competition. It comes pre-calibrated for your application and includes a touch screen interface and on-board PC for local / remote control and real time display / recording of results.
With no moving optical componenets the IR sources are characterized by MTBF’s of 5 years. The patented low-pressure sampling system enables a low-cost installation.
The OFCEAS technology provides exceptional selectivity, enabling simultaneous multi-component measurements without interferences, regardless of the matrix. Also available is an ATEX compliant configuration.
With a response time less than 2 seconds and zero drift this robust analyzer was designed and built strictly for industrial and on-board applications.
Contact a cemtek representative today to discuss how the Cemgas 5000 HF Laser Analyzer could assist your company in meeting it’s compliance needs.
What is Hydrogen Flouride (HF) and why should it be measured?
Hydrogen fluoride is a highly dangerous, colorless gas or liquid and is the precursor to many important compounds including pharmaceuticals, fabric and fiber treating agents, polymers (e.g. Teflon) and herbicides. It is also used in the production of aluminum, in the petrochemical industry as a component of superacids and a has a number of other uses including stainless steel pickling, glass etching, quartz purification and more.
An accidental release of HF from an industrial facility could have severe consequences. HF is toxic to humas, flora and fauna. In it’s gaseous state, acute (short-term) inhalation exposure can cause severe respiratory damage, including severe irritation and pulmonary edema. The gas can also cause blindness by rapid destruction of the corneas. Upon contact with moisture, including tissue, hydrogen fluoride immediately converts to hydrofluoric acid, which is highly corrosive and toxic, and requires immediate medical attention upon exposure.
Correct monitoring of this harmful chemical is neccessary to avoid the unintential introduction of it into the environment which could result in the destruction of wildlife and the changing of ecosystems. Such a disaster would allow the chemical to pollute the air we breathe, the water we drink and the food we eat.
Contact a Cemtek Representative for more information or to request a quote.