Combustion analysis is crucial for the proper operation and control of any combustion process. Combustion occurs when fuels react with oxygen to produce heat. When combustion is harnessed to provide useable heat, the goal is to retrieve energy from the fuel in the most efficient manner possible. This means burning the fuel as completely as possible with the least amount of loss.
Testo Combustion Analyzer
Today I am reviewing the 330-1G LL Combustion Analyzer with Color Graphics from Testo. The Testo 330-1G LL is designed to measure O2, CO, (NOx option), draft & temperature (ambient & flue) in addition to calculations of CO2, efficiency, excess air, and CO air free.
Heating season is upon us and that means that there are some great deals on combustion analyzers going on right now.
At one point in your life, i’m sure you have heard the phrase “Time is money”. When it comes to combustion analysis, time actually is money. Time can be measured in two ways in this respect. The first is how much time you spend doing a full combustion analysis for a client. The second, and often overlooked, is the importance of doing a job right the first time.