The MGA-Prime-Q flue gas analyser from MRU is P-AMS certified according to DIN EN 15267-4. The certificate sets the standard for monitoring of emissions from stationary sources (QAL3, AST), the EN 15267-4 standard specifies the requirements which a portable measuring system must meet for official measurements.
In addition to standard reference methods, alternative measurement methods are permitted, provided they are proven to be equivalent in accordance with EN 14793.
MGAprime-Q flue gas emission analyser has been certified as a portable automatic measuring device (P-AMS) according to EN15267-4.
This measuring system is the world’s most compact solution, consisting of a complete gas conditioning system with heated gas sampling probe and line, and an analyser with integrated gas cooler and gas analysis modules.
The analyser can simultaneously measure nine gas components (O2, CO, CO2, NO, NO2, N2O, SO2, CH4, C3H8) and additionally the gas temperature, flow velocity with calculation of flow rate.
The gas components are measured with a paramagnetic sensor and an innovative, infrared (NDIR) measurement technology. Measurements of SO2 and NOx meet the requirements of the standard international reference methods. This eliminates the need for a chemiluminescence detector with an upstream NO2 to NO converter.
MQA-Prime-Q's operates with a drift-free and precise infrared measurement technique, where the cross-interferences of H2O and the measured gas components are compensated by software.
The large touch and swipe colour display enables easy, intuitive operation with a variety of graphic options. The measurement data can be transferred via LAN, WLAN, 4-20mA, RS485 and USB stick.