Increasingly stringent air quality requirements have led to the expanded use of wet scrubber systems to control air emissions. Chlorine storage facilities and chemical process plants are frequently required to scrub exhaust gas streams which remove halogen and acid gases. Unfortunately, monitoring reactive gas concentrations in moisture saturated air streams presents problems for standard diffusion sensors. Condensing water in these air lines can quickly blind diffusion sensors, rendering them inoperable.
ATI‘s Series B12 Wet Gas System was developed to deliver reliable measurements in wet scrubber outlets for other gas streams that might be saturated with water vapour. These systems have been developed for monitoring strong oxidants (chlorine, bromine, chlorine dioxide, or ozone), acid gases (HCl or HF), and hydrogen.
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