Flue gas measurement, exit air control, exhaust gas measurement, air monitoring
Frost-proof transport of water and sewage at sampling
The heated lines are used in analytical equipment installed to monitor air pollutants and for process analysis in industrial facilities. The range of application also comprises engine test benches for the development of combustion engines as well as mandatory emission tests and vehicle certification. These heated lines enable the transport of gas samples from the sampling point to the gas treatment system and analyser without falsification of measuring values.
The accuracy and repeatability of sensors and instruments in analytical equipment crucially depends on the treatment of the sampling gas and thus on the correct heating of the measuring gas conduits in accordance with applicable standards and regulations. Therefore, the heating within an analysis system is an important component of the entire measuring unit.
Very high chemical and thermal resistance
Extremely robust type due to stainless steel armor (braided)
Heating lines covered by absolutely temperature-resistant insulating material
Very good mechanical stability
Jacket: stainless steel braided
Protective coating: PA plastic braiding, black
Power supply: power supply and sensor line in one single connecting lead with multipole plug
Length of connecting lead: 1,500 mm
End of heating tube: silicone rubber caps, temperature loadable up to +200 °C, with tension-relieved cable running and antikink device
Heat conductor: moisture-protected and protective conductor braided
Voltage: 230 V/50 Hz
Power consumption: 100 W/m
Testing: 2,000 V, high-voltage tested against protective conductor
Temperature sensor: Pt 100
Bending radius: 200 mm with protective metal braiding, related to NW 4 mm and 6 mm resp.
Connecting fitting: overhanging PTFE core 500 mm on both ends