The ability to continuously and accurately measure water quality is a key requirement in many processes. Our trusted range of water analysis solutions provide real-time data on process conditions that can be used to improve efficiency, tighten performance and safeguard quality.
ABB capabilities encompass one of the largest portfolios in the world for laboratory, at-line and process FT-IR/FT-NIR analyzers. Founded in 1973, ABB Analytical Measurements (formerly Bomem Inc) designs, manufactures and markets high-performance, affordable FT-IR / FT-NIR spectrometers as well as turnkey analytical solutions for Petroleum, Chemical, Life Sciences, Semiconductor, Academic, Metallurgy, OEM industries and spectroradiometers for Remote Sensing/Aerospace market.
ABB combustion gas analyzers are designed for combustion optimization / control and emissions monitoring applications. The range includes in situ Oxygen only analyzers and an Oxygen plus combustibles (carbon monoxide equivalent COe) close-coupled extractive analyzer.
The TALYS ASP400 series analyzer is designed to achieve monitoring and control of continuous processes. Its seamless installation enables real-time process monitoring, determination of stream properties or physical qualities, process characterization and early troubleshooting. This analyzer is suitable for a wide range of refinery process monitoring applications including naphtha conversion units such as catalytic reforming, isomerization, naphtha hydro-treating and steam-cracking as well as applications in HF alkylation, gasoline blending and LPG.
Altogether, the complete ABB Gas Leak Detection Platform makes it possible to find leaks throughout the entire natural gas infrastructure – upstream, midstream, downstream, and from utilities – with far higher reliability and speed than ever before by combining leading-edge, cybersecure measurement technology, with advanced data analytics.
LGR-ICOS laser process analyzers accurately measure gas concentrations with extraordinarily high sensitivity, fast response and over a wide dynamic range in both simple and complex mixtures. They are ideal for contaminant monitoring in HyCO (syngas), fuel gas, petrochemicals, and semiconductor fabrication facilities.
ABB offers three series of extractive gas analyzers catering to a diverse range of industries and applications. Sensing technologies perfected over more than 90 years are the foundation for a modular architecture delivering market leading performance and reliability – Uras (NDIR), Limas (NDUV), Magnos (Paramagnetic), Caldos (TCD), Fidas (FID), ZO23 (Zirconia). ABB also offers tunable diode laser (TDL) analyzers that measure in situ, directly at the stack or process line. The analyzers are world renowned for ruggedness, easy installation and operation in safe and hazardous areas, simplified calibration and outstanding possibilities for integration in digital networks.
LS25 is an in-situ analyzer for non-contact measurement of the concentration of gases. The measuring principle of the LS25 is based on the principle of single line spectroscopy (Tunable diode laser absorption spectroscopy, TDLAS). A single cross-sensitivity-free absorption line of the gas to be measured is selected in the near infrared range. A single-mode diode laser operating at room temperature scans the respective absorption line. By using an opposite receiver, the absorption caused by the sample gas is measured and from this the concentration is calculated. An automatic correction for pressure and temperature changes is possible. In addition, the transmission is displayed respectively output as a signal for preventive maintenance.
CEM-DAS is a complete networkable system for continuous recording and evaluation of emission data in all industries. The system provides important information for the environmental and economic operation of production facilities. CEM-DAS is scalable to support smallest one stack installations up to multi-block plants with numerous measuring points. CEM-DAS has proven its robustness in a German TÜV test which requires 99 % uptime.
Predictive Emission Monitoring Systems are software-based solutions able to deliver reliable real-time emission estimations exploiting advanced mathematical or statistical models. PEMS provide accurate emission monitoring, drastically reducing the capital investment and ongoing operating costs due to maintenance activities and spare parts, minimizing the interferences with plant operations. PEMS allows plant owners and operators a better control on costs, neglecting unexpected costs due to unpredicted issues in the conventional hardware analyzers.