Applied Analytics, Inc. is a global supplier of online analysis equipment serving the oil, natural gas, chemical, and pharmaceutical industries. For over 20 years, AAI has provided efficient and economical solutions to the most challenging industrial applications using UV-Vis and NIR spectroscopy. AAI's flagship OMA-300 process analyzer, TLG-837 tail gas analyzer and MicroSpec MCP-200 infrared analyzer help comprise the comprehensive product line that suits many analytical requirements.
The TLG-837 tail gas analyzer continuously measures the chemical concentrations of H2S, SO2, COS, and CS2 in the Claus process tail gas stream. Using the patented in situ DEMISTER sampling probe and a full-spectrum UV-Vis spectrophotometer, this system provides extremely fast, accurate response for tight process control.
The OMA is an industrial device which measures a high-resolution absorbance spectrum in a continuously drawn sample from a liquid or gas process stream. Harvesting this rich data, the OMA process analyzer provides real-time analytics for the process stream, including chemical concentrations, purity, and color.
The OMA can simultaneously monitor up to 5 chemicals in the sample stream. All analytes must have distinct absorbance curves in the 200-1100nm UV-Vis/SW-NIR wavelength range to be measurable by the OMA.
By measuring a high-resolution transmittance spectrum, the OMA can very precisely detect impurities in the sample fluid by sudden changes in the spectral structure.
Various properties such as the heating value of a fuel or the octane of a gasoline blend can be powerfully correlated to the absorbance spectrum of the sample.
The OMA H2S analyzer continuously measures H2S concentration using a full-spectrum UV-Vis spectrophotometer, harvesting the power of collateral data to establish excellent dynamic range and sustain accuracy in the presence of cross-interfering species. With an ultra-safe fiber optic design and solid state build, this system is simple to install and relentlessly reliable.
From the MicroSpec series comes the MCP-200, a concentration monitor for species that absorb IR radiation. This solid state package combines a non-dispersive IR detector and a proprietary optical path design. Engineered to be compact and modular, the MCP-200 excels as both a rugged standalone and an integrated component.
|IN LIQUID PHASE||water | moisture in 1,2-dichloroethane commonly known as ethylene dichloride (EDC), toluene, benzene, xylene, dimethylformamide (DMF), acrylonitrile,styrene, butadiene, benzaldehyde, benzylacetone, 4-phenyl-2-butanone, acetophenone, carbon tetrachloride, aniline and hydrocarbons|
|IN GAS PHASE||carbon monoxide | CO|
|carbon dioxide | CO2|
|ethylene | C2H4|
|methane equivalency | CH4|
The automated gas mixing system from Applied Analytics utilizes cutting-edge mass flow controllers to achieve the precision and repeatability required for demanding applications like research and instrument calibration.
When a liquid is too opaque or dirty to transmit a light signal, direct optical analysis may be impossible. In this case, the composition of the liquid can be measured by heating the sample and analyzing the vaporous 'headspace' gas. The headspace sampling system design uses Henry's Law to provide a highly effective analytical solution for opaque liquids, including: crude oil, dirty wastewater and amine solution.