Hygronom is used to measure humidity of flue gas emitted by pollution source. According to measured humidity, it converts wet gas concentration into dry gas concentration. In addition, it also can be used in industrial online humidity monitoring.
HM-200 hygronom is an intelligent humidity/ oxygen transmitter, which employs microprocessor as the core, and frequency conversion icon oxygen sensor as measuring unit. The installation method adopts heat tracing pipeline installation. It is a self-developed product, of which, core component is from Switzerland.
Under effect of air pump, the flue gas inside stack enters measurement module after heating from heat tracing probe. The whole process of extraction, measurement and discharge is with heat tracing to prevent gas from condensation, which will affect measurement of moisture in flue gas. The flue gas enters measurement module after heating and frequency conversion icon oxygen sensor will start to measure gas concentration. After measurement, the gas can get into analyzer for measurement of other components.
|Measurement range||O2: 0～25.00%, H2O: 0～40.00% (volume ratio )|
|Sensor||Frequency conversion icon oxygen sensor (2)|
0～1% O2: ±1.5%F.S.
0～25% O2: ±1.5% of measured value
0～40.00% H2O: ±1%F.S.
0～1% O2: ±1.5%F.S./7d
0～25% O2: ±1.5%/7d of measured value
0～40.00% H2O: ±1%F.S./7d
|Sensor life||＞2 years (under normal use)|
|Transmitter life||＞5 years (under normal use)|
|Instrument weight||Net weight about 2.25kg (include operation panel)|
Probe: 0～300℃ (except probe cable)
Maximum about 35VA (heating)
Under normal working: 30～31W
|Sample gas flow||（2～6）L/min|
|Analog output (2 sets):||Settable 4-20mA, 0-20mA, 0-1-5-10V, 1-5V|
|Communication||Rs485 (standard)/RS232 (optional)|
It can be widely applied in high-temperature (300℃) gas (such as desulfuration and denitration) humidity measurement of Continuous Emission Monitoring System (CEMS), humidity measurement and control in fields including wood, building material, papermaking, chemical industry, fiber, pharmacy, textile, tobacco, vegetable and food processing.