Siemens ULTRAMAT / OXYMAT 6 Gas Analyzers

Siemens ULTRAMAT / OXYMAT 6 Gas Analyzers
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Siemens
Application areas: Quality control, MCP values monitoring at the work place., Environmental protection, Measurements for boiler control at waste incineration plants,

Ultramat / Oxymat 6, Oxymat 61 gas analyzers are designed for measurement of volume ratio of carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, sulfur dioxide, nitrogen oxide, nitrous oxide, ammonia, methane­, ethane, ethylene, acetylene, propane, butane, hexane and oxygen in non-explosive mixtures.

Gas analyzer application field: process control of gas environments in various­ industry areas.

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Category: Gas analysis equipment

ULTRAMAT / OXYMAT gas analyzers represent an efficient combination of ULTRAMAT 6 andOXYMAT 6 analyzers in a single casing applicable in a wide variety of areas.

Ultramat / Oxymat 6, Oxymat 61 has analyzers (hereinafter – gas analyzers) are ­stationary continuously running devices. There are the following options of gas analyzers available:

– Ultramat 6 Е, single channel;

– Ultramat 6 F, single channel;

– Ultramat 6 Е, dual-channel, with separate gas and electronics sections;

– Oxymat 6 Е, single channel;

– Oxymat 6 F, single channel;

– Oxymat 61, single channel;

Note: “Е” or “F” index in gas analyzer label reflects ­structural features of analyzer casing (“E” – rack mounting, “F” – field mounting). Operating principle of gas analyzers:

– Ultramat 6 Е / F – infrared, based on selective absorption of infrared radiation by analyte molecules within 2-9 µm limits.

-Oxymat 6 Е / F, Oxymat 61 – paramagnetic, based on ­paramagnetic properties of oxygen.

Gas analyzers have one unified analog output (0-20) or (4-20) mA, one RS 485 digital output for each channel and six optionally configured ­relay-controlled outputs.

Protection level in accordance to GOST 14254-96:

– Ultramat 6 Е, Oxymat 6 Е, Oxymat 61 – IP20;

– Ultramat 6 F, Oxymat 6 F – IP65.

Device properties

  • Very simple and solid device designed without movable parts.
  • Strictly linear principle of measurements.
  • Very short response time.
  • Separate measurement of two gas flows using a single device with a single measurement system.
  • Electronic reset of zero point is not available.
  • Drift of measurable value no greater than 0.5% per month against the effective measurement range.
  • SIPROM GA software package for remote maintenance.
  • PROFIBUS PA interface (optional).
  • Possibility to place in a single casing in combination with NDIR-analyzer ULTRAMAT 6.

User benefits

  • High operating reliability, readiness and operating life; low need for maintenance.
  • Highest possible accuracy of measurement.
  • Short response time.
  • Availability of extra short measurement ranges at high (absolute) concentrations and, as a results, very high accuracy of measurements.
  • Extra high measurement accuracy.
  • Repeated calibration is rarely required.
  • Simple integration into automated systems.
  • Reduction of expenses due to processing of several measurement tasks using a single device.

Quality control

MCP values monitoring at the work place.

Environmental protection

Measurements for boiler control at waste incineration plants

Measurements of emissions of waste incineration units

Measurements in automotive industry (test benches)

Concentration of process gas in chemical plants

Measurement of admixtures in pure gas processes

ULTRAMAT / OXYMAT gas analyzers represent an efficient combination of ULTRAMAT 6 andOXYMAT 6 analyzers in a single casing applicable in a wide variety of areas.

Ultramat / Oxymat 6, Oxymat 61 has analyzers (hereinafter – gas analyzers) are ­stationary continuously running devices. There are the following options of gas analyzers available:

– Ultramat 6 Е, single channel;

– Ultramat 6 F, single channel;

– Ultramat 6 Е, dual-channel, with separate gas and electronics sections;

– Oxymat 6 Е, single channel;

– Oxymat 6 F, single channel;

– Oxymat 61, single channel;

Note: “Е” or “F” index in gas analyzer label reflects ­structural features of analyzer casing (“E” – rack mounting, “F” – field mounting). Operating principle of gas analyzers:

– Ultramat 6 Е / F – infrared, based on selective absorption of infrared radiation by analyte molecules within 2-9 µm limits.

-Oxymat 6 Е / F, Oxymat 61 – paramagnetic, based on ­paramagnetic properties of oxygen.

Gas analyzers have one unified analog output (0-20) or (4-20) mA, one RS 485 digital output for each channel and six optionally configured ­relay-controlled outputs.

Protection level in accordance to GOST 14254-96:

– Ultramat 6 Е, Oxymat 6 Е, Oxymat 61 – IP20;

– Ultramat 6 F, Oxymat 6 F – IP65.

Device properties

  • Very simple and solid device designed without movable parts.
  • Strictly linear principle of measurements.
  • Very short response time.
  • Separate measurement of two gas flows using a single device with a single measurement system.
  • Electronic reset of zero point is not available.
  • Drift of measurable value no greater than 0.5% per month against the effective measurement range.
  • SIPROM GA software package for remote maintenance.
  • PROFIBUS PA interface (optional).
  • Possibility to place in a single casing in combination with NDIR-analyzer ULTRAMAT 6.

User benefits

  • High operating reliability, readiness and operating life; low need for maintenance.
  • Highest possible accuracy of measurement.
  • Short response time.
  • Availability of extra short measurement ranges at high (absolute) concentrations and, as a results, very high accuracy of measurements.
  • Extra high measurement accuracy.
  • Repeated calibration is rarely required.
  • Simple integration into automated systems.
  • Reduction of expenses due to processing of several measurement tasks using a single device.

Quality control

MCP values monitoring at the work place.

Environmental protection

Measurements for boiler control at waste incineration plants

Measurements of emissions of waste incineration units

Measurements in automotive industry (test benches)

Concentration of process gas in chemical plants

Measurement of admixtures in pure gas processes