TDLAS technology detects and measures concentration of molecular compounds in gas streams
Natural gas suppliers and pipeline operators want to meet gas quality specifications, prevent pipeline corrosion, stop hydrate formation, and minimize the risk of hazardous or dangerous explosions to ensure personnel and environment safety and asset integrity.
Tunable diode laser absorption spectroscopy (TDLAS) technology has been used to meet these demands for decades. TDLAS itself is nothing new. However, the latest advances and improvements can make a significant difference in plants and pipelines today and in the future.
The rugged nature of laser-based gas analyzers now allows them to be used in natural gas pipelines with very little maintenance. It has no interference, and no detrimental effects from glycol, methanol, amine, H2S and moisture. Since its inception, this technology has demonstrated its reliability in thousands of installations worldwide.
TDLAS based gas analyzers require no calibration in the field and the calibration is stable for the life of the analyzer, however, validation of H2O, H2S, and CO2 concentration are simple to perform.
With that in mind, natural gas suppliers and pipeline operators are asking about the J22 TDLAS gas analyzer and what it can do for their process.
What makes the latest TDLAS gas analyzer different?
- Proven reliability and real-time moisture measurement guarantees continuous gas deliveries and eliminates disputes
- Highest analyzer availability and low maintenance significantly reduce operational costs
- Comprehensive diagnostic systems enables reliable natural gas automation
Watch this video to learn about the analyzer that won three industry awards in 2021.
If you have questions about how the J22 gas analyzer could be a good fit for your applications, please reach out to our team anytime.