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Gas cooler BCR 02
for samplescompactstainless steel

gas cooler
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Characteristics

Material
gas
Applications
for samples
Other characteristics
compact, stainless steel, mobile
Power

190 W (648.31 BTU/h)

Flow rate

90 l/h, 150 l/h, 180 l/h, 200 l/h, 350 l/h (23.775 us gal/h)

Description

Features - 1-2 Gas paths (PVDF, glass, stainless steel) - 90-350Nl/hr per gas path - Digital temperature display, alarm contact function - Wall-mount housing (front/side), mobile versions - Condensate pumps optional Application The compact high performance and low maintenance compressor coolers series BCR02 are used for continuous extractive gas analysis. They serve primarily for exact constant lowering of the sample gas dew point and thus for drying of the humid sample gas flow. In this way water vapour cross sensitivities and volumetric errors are minimized and damages of the sensible analyzer are avoided. With optional integrated peristaltic pumps for condensate removal complete devices series BCR02 are quick and simple integrable in sample gas conditioning systems. Technology The precise proportional temperature control in combination with the long-lasting hot-gas bypass system and the innovative corrosion resistant heat exchangers achieves low extremely constant dew points. Also load fluctuations and high thermal stress is compensated reliably. The mono or dual heat exchanger with one or two gas paths is built in a solid aluminium cylinder which guarantees an optimal energy exchange between sample gas and cooling medium. In addition, the aluminum cylinder is an effective cold storage that supports the compensation of unfavorable operating conditions. The BCR02 is equipped with an exchangeable heat exchanger which allows an easy replacement without dismantling the device.
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