SpectraSensors Will Present at ISA Analysis Division, Debut SS2100 H2S Analyzer

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Moisture analyzer that requires no physical contact will be displayed.

SpectraSensors, Inc. (SSI), one of the world's foremost developers of advanced electro-optically based sensors, is pleased to announce that the company will be launching a new product at ISA-AD 2007.

The new product, which will be displayed in Rooms 225-226 at the Marriott Houston Hobby Airport, is an H2S analyzer from its SS2100 line of sensors:

SpectraSensors SS2100 Process Analyzer.
Spectrasensors SS2100 Process Analyzer is an extremely reliable extractive sensor using SSI's line-spectroscopy technology. The sensor measures concentrations of moisture and H2S using an IR laser and special software and electronics to determine the concentration of gas without coming into physical contact with it.

The following papers will be presented at ISA AD 2007, which discusses the fundamentals of absorption spectroscopy for a given trace moisture analyzer in process industries:

"Diode Laser Sensors for Trace Moisture Measurement in Olefins Product Streams" by X. Zhou, X. Liu, G. Sanger

"New Process Gas Analyzer for the Measurement of Water Vapor Concentrations" by X. Liu, X. Zhou, G. Sanger

More information:

Link to ISA AD Program Guide

About SpectraSensors
SSI is a leading manufacturer of its well-known optically based gas analyzer and moisture sensor for analytical process markets. SSI uses Tunable Diode Lasers Absorption Spectroscopy (TDLAS) in an array of products such as Ambient Air Monitoring Analyzers, Moisture Analyzers (Hygrometers) and Gas Analyzers for Natural Gas Pipelines and Processors, Petrochemical Refineries and Chemical Companies. SpectraSensors Gas Analyzers measure Moisture (H2O), Carbon Dioxide (CO2), Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S), Methane (CH4), Sulfur Dioxide (SO2), Ammonia (NH3) Ethylene Oxide (ETO) and more.

Sam Miller
SpectraSensors Inc.
P: 800-619-2861, ext. 4106
F: 909-948-4166

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