Are you looking for an concrete analyzer shelter to house your analytical equipment? Analytical Solutions and Products can offer you the solution!
This concrete analyzer shelter has just been delivered to its end user in the Netherlands and will be used to protect the electrical equipment and includes a gas analyzer compartment.
In fact the concrete housing combines an Electrical House (eHouse) and the Analyzer House (aHouse). Both compartments are separated with an air tight concrete wall and are conditioned by separate air conditioning units.
If you need to save space and combine electrical and analysis, feel free to contact ASaP and we will provide the best possible solution.
ASaP provides analyzer shelters, houses and cabinets. We build our sample conditioning systems with the highest quality materials and include certificates such as ATEX and DNV. Depending on conditions, we can also offer shelters to protect analyzer equipment in cabinets. We supply all units fully equipped with gas analyzers, samplers, sample conditioning, purge, and complete systems to support multiple sampling points.
Our concrete analyzer shelters, houses and cabinets provide a controlled environment for protection from adverse conditions which can cause errors in analyzer readouts, as well as ease of use and maintenance. Analytical Solutions and Products’s concrete analyzer shelters are fitted and wired to all sample conditioning systems and analyzers, assembled and then fully tested to ensure the analyzer shelter is working correctly before installing them on the customers site.
ASaP’s concrete analyzer houses are designed for the environment at hand, taking into account such factors as:
- Process conditions
- Climatic conditions
- Safety conditions
- Electrical area classification
- Hazards such as toxic or corrosive vapors
ASaP’s packages are completely integrated and fully assembled and tested, including:
- Gas analyzers
- Sample conditioning systems
- AIM – Analyzer Maintenance Module
- Control PC’s and software
- Equipment such as communication and gas detection systems
Do you need an analyzer, sample conditioning system, or spare parts?
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