A specialty chemical manufacturer of pure resins collects & sends the discharge from the manufacturing process to a wastewater collection pit.

They continuously monitored the atmosphere of the collection pit with LFL infrared sensors for parts per million levels, confirming safe release of the wastewater. However, they found the IR sensor's scale was too high to detect the low ppm levels they needed.

After looking into other monitoring technologies available, they decided on the Model SNR650, Flame Ionization Detector, for the following reasons:

  • Reliable, industrial strength design
  • Measures total hydrocarbons & VOCs in the low PPM range
  • Very fast total system response time
  • High temperature unit
  • Mounts directly onto the process ductwork 
  • Fast & easy installation
  • Low maintenance & less downtime

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