Galvanic Applied Sciences unveils TDL analyser for H2S in natural gas applications

Galvanic Applied Sciences unveils TDL analyser for H2S in natural gas applications
Published: 20 August 2019 - 9 a.m.
By: Martin Menachery
Galvanic Applied Sciences announced the release of a new process H2S analyser – AccuLase-GPA – the most sensitive tunable diode laser (TDL) H2S analyser.

AccuLase-GPA is an analyser that measures low range H2S in natural gas. Built and supported in North America, AccuLase-GPA marks the 6th platform in Galvanic’s H2S analyser portfolio.

Galvanic has been supporting the natural gas industry for 40 years with process H2S analysers. The AccuLase-GPA compliments our tape system to provide measurement certainty, sensitivity, and the best accuracy from low to high range H2S,” comments David Haydt, director of research and development at Galvanic Applied Sciences.

AccuLase-GPA uses a proprietary measurement cell that detects H2S down to 0.15ppm, rivalling the capabilities of lead-acetate tape technology. AccuLase-GPA is specific to H2S without methane, CO2, or benzene interferences. Since AccuLase-GPA does not require a scrubber system, the response time is 30 seconds. AccuLase-GPA can measure up to four streams with a wide measurement range of 0 to 500ppm, covering the most critical natural gas applications.

AccuLase-GPA was designed for minimal hands-on maintenance. AccuLase-GPA does not require any utilities other than power consumption as low as 80 watts DC, or 100 watts AC. Instrument air is not required because AccuLase-GPA is CSA Div. 1 & Div. 2 certified. Secure remote analyser control is achieved using the local area network web-browser GUI platform.

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