Systems for flue gas and oxygen analysis
ENOTEC has manufactured flue and oxygen analyzers since 1980 which are both extremely precise and highly durable. To ensure this level of quality and robustness, the complete process of planning, development and engineering is carried out by a dedicated workforce in Germany.
A leader in the field of process and flue gas analysis, ENOTEC produces gas analyzers for almost all facets of combustion optimisation and emission measurements, resulting in minimising the overall energy consumption. Due to the continuous gas analysis, combustion processes can be optimally controlled.
Whether for oxygen analysis for small to medium sized furnaces, oxygen and COe analysis in large combustion chambers or continuous high temperature gas measurements in kiln inlets in cement plants, ENOTEC has the expertise and the right product.
EX protected gas analyzers are a speciality of ENOTEC's as we produce ATEX certified O2 analyzers and O2/COe analyzers for Gas Ex zones1/2 and for Dust Ex zones 21 / 22. Here ENOTEC products set an unparalleled standard on the world market. The stringent quality assurance tests we put our analyzers through and the certification from a leading German testing house guarantee precision and the highest safety standard available.
ENOTEC also manufactures analyzer systems for humidity measurements, indispensable in the production of gypsum boards (plasterboards) or the optimisation of other drying processes. Humidity measurements are also useful in many other areas, such as detecting cracked or leaking boilers.
Find out more about our analyzers and emission measurements: OXITEC® O2 analyzer systems guarantee an accurate oxygen analysis in all processes with temperatures up to 1400°C.
COMTEC® analyzers are ideal for combustion optimization through fast O2/COe process analysis. AQUATEC® analyzer systems precisely measure water vapor and control drying processes and CEMTEC® enables permanent and reliable COe and O2 measurement in high temperature kilns or combustion chambers.
Learn more about the technology involved in process analysis.