News — EGA Gas Analyzers

Exhaust Gas Analyzer: Troubleshooting Air Leaks

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The Bridge probe is more complex than usual because we have the gas filters and water trap at the probe, not at the analyzer, as console or portable systems do. This keeps the dirt and water condensate out of the sample line, and also allows us to have the automatic Zero and condensation purge features, increasing the practical utility of our exhaust gas analyzers. The downside of this arrangement is that the more complex probe/filter/water trap assembly creates an additional potential for air leaks.

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Exhaust Gas Analyzers Improve Performance

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Whether you are a mechanic, motorcyclist, or car enthusiast, getting the highest performance out of your machine is your top priority. Whether you’re tuning for performance or efficiency our series of Bridge Exhaust Gas Analyzers (EGA) are the tools you need to get the most out of whatever machine you’re working on.

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Exhaust Gas Analyzers Strengthen Workplace Safety

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Forklifts and tow motors powered with internal combustion engines can cause high levels of combustion by-product gases, including carbon monoxide (CO) and nitrogen oxides (NOx), to accumulate in enclosed work areas. This can put your employees at potential and significant health risks.

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