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MultiGas FTIR Gas Analyzer “Model 2030 CEM”;

The MultiGas™ FTIR Gas Analyzer, model 2030 CEM, represents a significant advance in gas analysis technology for continuous emissions monitoring systems (CEMS). Designed specifically to integrate seamlessly with industrial facilities such as waste incinerators, power plants and cement kilns, this analyzer sets new standards in accuracy and efficiency.

An outstanding feature of the Model 2030 CEM is its ability to directly analyze wet and hot effluent gas streams, without the need for sample pretreatment. This not only simplifies the monitoring process, but also saves time and resources by eliminating the need for costly and complex pretreatments.

The high-resolution FTIR technology (0.5 cm-1) used in this analyzer guarantees exceptional accuracy. It can monitor multiple gaseous components in a wide range of compositions without being significantly affected by cross-interferences, even in the presence of up to 40% water or other potentially disruptive substances. This ensures reliable and accurate measurements, even in challenging environmental conditions.

In addition, the Model 2030 CEM uses internally stored reference calibration spectra, virtually eliminating the need for costly calibration gas mixtures. This innovation not only reduces operating costs, but also simplifies maintenance and ensures the constant calibration of the analyzer, providing reliable data over time.

In summary, the MultiGas™ FTIR Analyzer, model 2030 CEM, is the ideal choice for industries that require accurate and reliable monitoring of gaseous emissions. Its ability to operate flawlessly in adverse conditions and provide accurate measurements without significant cross interference makes it an invaluable tool for any continuous emissions monitoring system.



  • The unique FTIR analyzer measures the main target emission species including: NO, NO2, N2O, SO2, CO, CO2, CH4, HCl, HF, NH3 and H2O – No additional analyzers required for these components.
  • Permanent reference calibration spectra are almost all but eliminates the need to use expensive calibration gas cylinders.
  • Patented, linearized detector response guaranteesAll instruments maintain the same calibration and
  • You can use the same reference calibration spectra.
  • Heated gas cell with automatic temperature and pressure compensation maximizes performance accuracy and eliminates sample component condensation
  • Continuous monitoring capability with rapid response to changes in sample composition meets t90 performance requirements
  • Software with various communication protocols. options for interfacing the MultiGas analyzer with a CEMS control platform provides
  • flexibility System integration