Accessories

Universal Analyzers offers a wide array of accessories for the sample systems and gas coolers. Although integrated into all of our complete units, these accessories are also available for purchase individually as either a back up or upgrade to existing system.
  • Standard Accessories +

    • CCSF-0007
      Condensate Carry Over Sensors
      • Universal Analyzers can provide a condensate slip sensor that should be purchased to detect the presence of condensate, should any exist following the chiller. This component can be installed to ensure that a clean, dry sample is presented to the analyzer panel, thereby minimizing future maintenance or costly repairs. The CCSF, or “Condensate Carry-Over Sensor with Filter”, contains a visible coalescing filter that collects particles on the outside of the cylindrical filter. It is surrounded by a transparent bowl that will allow the operator to inspect the condition of the filter
    • Flowmeter
      Flow Meters
      • All of our flow meters consist of a n acrylic block but vary in sizes and ranges, with direct reading scales in both SAE and SI units for air and water. For other gases and liquids, special scales can be provided. Accuracy is within ± 5% Full Scale. The floats are made of black glass and the fittings and valves are made of stainless steel. Maximum pressure and temperature are 100 psig (690 kPa) at 150°F (65°C).
    • Heat Exchangers
      Heat Exchangers
      • Available in: Stainless Steel, Kynar/Glass, Kynar/Kynar, Hastelloy and with special coatings. The heat exchangers or impingers used in our gas sample coolers are designed to minimize the gas/condensate area as well as time of contact to minimize the removal of water soluble gasses. It is important that our heat exchangers remove the water vapor and still leave the water soluble gas fraction(s) in the sample. The result is a dry gas sample which has the same composition on a dry basis before and after passing through the heat exchanger.
    • Heated Probe Tube
      Heated Probe Tubes
      • Universal Analyzers Heated Probe Assembly (HPA) is used on any Model 270 or 275 sample probes without a probe collar. The Probe/Flange assembly has 3" long mounting bolts that accommodate a standard stack flange.
    • Drain
      Liquid Drains
      • Our liquid drain traps offer a free-floating guided lever. The elliptical floats and high leverage make it possible to open large orifices to provide adequate capacity for drain trap size and weight. This liquid drain trap provides service for up to 500 psig or 34 bar at 380°C (440 psig or 30 bar at 260°C) and a maximum differential of 264 psig or 18 bar. The valve and seat, leverage system, float and body are all completely made of stainless steel.
    • Moisture Sensors
      Moisture Sensors
      • Our gas sample conditioning systems can contain additional components to insure that a clean, dry sample is presented to the analyzer panel, minimizing any future maintenance or costly repairs. Universal Analyzers can provide two types of water slip sensors that should be purchased to detect the presence of condensate, should any exist in the tubing following the chiller. The version without a filter is called a WCO or Water Carry-Over sensor. The WCO has sensing elements in the bottom of a housing unit constructed of kynar that will provide an early warning if the chiller allow water to slip.
    • Peristaltic Pump
      Peristaltic Pump
      • Our peristaltic pump system is enclosed in a metal case, which allows direct panel mounting. This six rpm system (at 115VAC) can accomodate one to three tubes simultaneously depending on the quantity of heads purchased.The pump head contains three rollers made of either cold-rolled steel (CRS) or the more chemical resistant stainless steel (SS). The standard pump heads allow a flow rate of 10.2 mL/min at six rpm. The heads are housed in a durable, clear polycarbonate shell.
    • Probe Tip Filters
      Probe Tip Filters
      • Universal Analyzers offers Probe Tip Filters in 316 Stainless Steel and C-276 Hastelloy. Available in a 9" or 24" filter for high dust loading or high flow rates we also provide Volume Reducers to increase sample response time that is recommended for Dilution probes. See the Probe Tube price sheet for complete selection. See drawing for additional details.
    • Probe Tube
      Probe Tubes
      • Universal Analyzers offers a wide variety of material (Stainless Steel, Hastelloy, Inconel and Ceramic) Probe tubes and lengths for your applications and temperature requirements.
    • Sample Pump
      Sample Pumps
      • Our ADI mini Dia-Vac® sample pump is completely self contained and is used either in our built in or portable systems. Weighing at only eight or nine pounds, depending on single or double head specifications, our sampling pumps are ideal for use in industrial plants, laboratories, process control, environmental and remote sampling. The powerful sample pump has a 1/15 HP, 1/4 NPT port connection and powered by either 115V, 50/60 HZ 1.7 amps (single head) or 230 V., 50/60 HZ 0.8 amps (double head).
    • Controller
      Temperature Controllers
      • Universal Analyzers offers a panel mounted, digital indicating, temperature controller with input for a temperature sensor from a thermocouple or RTD with dual outputs. The outputs may operate different modes for heating or alarm function.
    • WCOF
      Water Carry Over Filters
      • Our gas sample conditioning systems can contain additional components to insure that a clean, dry sample is presented to the analyzer panel, thereby minimizing any future maintenance or costly repairs. Universal Analyzers can provide two types of water slip sensors that should be purchased to detect the presence of condensate, should any exist in the tubing following the chiller. The version of the moisture sensor that does possess a filter is called a "WCOF" or "Water Carry-Over Filter". The WCOF's visible coalescing filter collects particles on the outside of the cylindrical filter, surrounded by a transparent bowl that will allow the operator to inspect the condition of the heated stack filter. It differs from the other, WCO sensor, only in that it contains a filter.
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