SS2000e Enhanced Single Channel Analyzer

SpectraSensors SS2000e Single Channel Analyzer for H2O or CO2 is extremely reliable and tailored for the needs of the natural gas industry.

General Details

SpectraSensors SS2000e Single Channel Analyzer for H2O or CO2 is extremely reliable and tailored for the needs of the natural gas industry. The sensor measures gas using a patented Tunable Diode Laser (TDL) to determine the concentration of the gas without coming into physical contact with the stream.

Features
Rapid Respone Time
TThe SS2000e analyzer takes four measurements per second with a laser and detector and immediately averages the results. Because there is no contact with the gas, real-time measurements are not hampered by wet-up or dry-down times as with surfaced-based sensors.

Reliable
Trustworthy measurements are vital to natural gas pipeline and processing companies. Independent studies have proven that the SS2000e results are highly correlated with those of chilled mirrors. However, chilled mirrors require skilled experts to operate and the results are highly scattered (large standard deviation).

Uncertain measurements can be extremely costly. Additional processing of dehydration costs, upset conditions, shut-ins and inconsistent process results may be caused by sensors that do not perform properly. The SS2000e is the first to offer truly reliable measurement and simple operation.

Long Life
The TDL sensor does not come into contact with the sample gas stream. The result is a sensor which does not suffer from contamination or drift due to vapor impurities such as glycol, methanol or amines.

Low Cost of Ownership

Operating costs are dramatically reduced by eliminating the cost of consumables, extra sensor heads, labor and overhead associated with excessive maintenance.

The SS2000e dramatically reduces intangible but real costs associated with unreliable gas measurements. By eliminating added processing steps, detecting poor gas quality and the possibility of costly damage to equipment that can result from sensors that produce incorrect data.