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Sample Conditioning System

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Minimum Order Quantity: 1 Unit

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Product Details:
MaterialSS316
Model Name/NumberAGIMS
BrandAGI
Body MaterialStainless Steel (Also Available in mild steel)
PhasePSI
Degree of ProtectionIP 66
Operating Temperature60 deg c

Price Range:Rs.30000-100000/unit A Sample Conditioning System is a crucial component in many analytical and measurement processes, particularly in industries where accurate analysis of gases or liquids is essential. This system ensures that the sample being analyzed reaches the analytical instruments in a state that is suitable for accurate measurement. Here's how it typically works:

  1. Sample Collection: The process starts with collecting a representative sample from the source. This could be from a pipeline, a reactor, a stack, or any other location where the substance of interest is present.

  2. Transportation: The collected sample needs to be transported from the sampling point to the analytical instruments. During transportation, it's crucial to maintain the sample at conditions that preserve its integrity and prevent any changes that could affect the accuracy of the analysis.

  3. Conditioning: The sample often needs conditioning to prepare it for analysis. This conditioning step can involve several processes:

    • Temperature Control: Many samples need to be maintained at specific temperatures to prevent condensation, freezing, or evaporation, which could alter their composition.

    • Pressure Control: In some cases, controlling the pressure of the sample is necessary to ensure it remains in the correct state for analysis.

    • Filtration: Removing particulates or impurities from the sample to prevent them from interfering with the analysis.

    • Drying: Removing moisture from the sample to prevent it from affecting the analysis.

    • Dilution: Sometimes, the sample needs to be diluted to bring it within the measurement range of the analytical instruments.

  4. Distribution: Once conditioned, the sample is distributed to the analytical instruments for analysis. This distribution may involve splitting the sample into multiple streams if it needs to be analyzed by multiple instruments or sent to different locations.

  5. Monitoring and Control: Throughout the process, various parameters such as temperature, pressure, flow rate, and composition may need to be monitored and controlled to ensure the sample remains within the desired conditions for accurate analysis.

Sample conditioning systems are critical in industries such as petrochemicals, environmental monitoring, pharmaceuticals, and food and beverage production, where precise analysis of gases or liquids is essential for quality control, compliance, and safety. They help ensure that the analytical instruments receive samples that are consistent, representative, and free from contaminants or other factors that could affect the accuracy of the analysis.

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