The CO2 Analyser is a Analytical instrument that measures the concentration of CO2 gas in the process. The CO2 Analyzer use multi-component analysis by using Non Dispersive Infrared (NDIR) sensor technology for consistent, precise process gas measurement.
The Non Dispersive Infrared (NDIR) detection method is based upon the absorption of infrared radiation at specific wavelengths as it passes through a volume of sample. Non-Dispersive Infrared (NDIR) techniques for the measurement of various gases rely on the energy absorption characteristics of a particular gas in the infrared region. In a simple NDIR instrument, Infrared energy passes through two identical tubes and falls on a detector. The first tube is the reference cell and is filled with a non-absorbing gas such as nitrogen. The second tube is the measurement cell and contains the gas sample to be analyzed.
The IR Source continuously sends an IR waves through the gas tubes and detector measures the intensity of two different wavelengths, one at the sample gas absorption wavelength and the other is at reference gas absorption wavelength. As the reference gas generally contains nitrogen so the detector receives 100% signal. If the CO2 gas is present in sample gas means the received signal will be attenuated at the detector side. The detector measures these two signals and their difference is proportional to the amount of absorbing gas in the sample cell .i.e. CO2 gas. So Finally the CO2 gas concentration is measured with the difference in absorption of IR radiation in the sample and reference cells. CO2 gas concentration measuring unit is ppm.
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