SpectraSensors Process Analytical Product to be Exhibited at 2013 Process Analyzer Show

SpectraSensors will be represented by Blount Analytical Sales and Services at the Process Analyzer Association's 2013 Show on Thursday, March 7 in Gonzales, Louisiana. The show is comprised of over fifty vendors displaying their current technology.

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SpectraSensors Trace H2O TDL Analyzer

The main focus of this show is to give the regional plant engineers, managers and technicians an opportunity to explore the latest in process analyzer technology in a casual environment.

Houston, TX (PRWEB) February 27, 2013

SpectraSensors will be represented by Blount Analytical Sales and Services at the Process Analyzer Association's 2013 Show on Thursday, March 7 in Gonzales, Louisiana. The show is comprised of over fifty vendors displaying their current technology.

Mike Blount, President of B.A.S.S., is a regular participant. “The main focus of this show is to give the regional plant engineers, managers and technicians an opportunity to explore the latest in process analyzer technology in a casual environment.”

B.A.S.S. will showcase SpectraSensors Trace Moisture TDL analyzer. Attendees can visit the B.A.S.S. booth to learn more about SpectraSensors H2O and H2S analyzer systems for critical process control.

More information: http://www.spectrasensors.com
B.A.S.S.: http://site.blountanalytics.com

About SpectraSensors, Inc.
SpectraSensors is a leading manufacturer of optically based moisture analyzers and H2S analyzers for analytical process markets. SpectraSensors 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), Ammonia (NH3), Acetylene (C2H2), Oxygen (O2) and more.


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