The TSA-100 uses the conventional pyrolysis method for converting all sulfur compounds in the sample to sulfur dioxide. The system uses a high-performance UV-Vis spectrophotometer to measure the resulting SO2 concentration, which correlates to total sulfur.
Note: for applications that require analysis of up to 5 known sulfur compounds, we recommend the OMA Process Analyzer as a more practical and affordable solution.Request a Quote
Sulfur compounds--particularly hydrogen sulfide--in natural gas carry with them a host of problems and considerations for both producer and consumer. Sulfur content is known to:
Avoiding these chronic sulfur-related issues requires reliable online monitoring of total sulfur load in gaseous hydrocarbon streams. The only way to verify the efficiency of sulfur removal processes and ensure satisfaction of customer and environmental needs is to proactively analyze stream composition.
The TSA-100 is a fully integrated monitoring solution driven by UV-Vis diode array detection. This solid state instrument is a much more practical than the consumable-laden designs that have historically dominated the market.
The TSA-100 sample conditioning system is designed primarily for controlled combustion of the sample.
Upon entering the TSA-100, the sample is split via tee into a bypass loop and a sample loop. In the sample loop, two mass flow controllers are used to accurately mix the sample with air, ensuring an optimal air/fuel ratio for combustion.
The sample/air mixture flows through a pyrolysis furnace, where all present sulfur compounds are converted to sulfur dioxide:
R-S + R-H + O2 > SO2 + CO2 + H2O
The fully oxidized sample then enters the measurement flow cell where SO2 absorbance is monitored (via fiber optic cables). Finally, the sample exits the system as waste.
Note: All performance specifications are subject to the assumption that the sample conditioning system and unit installation are approved by Applied Analytics. For any other arrangement, please inquire directly with Sales. Subject to modifications; specified product characteristics and technical data do not serve as guarantee declarations.
|Measurement Principle||Dispersive ultraviolet-visible (UV-Vis) absorbance spectrophotometry|
|Light Source||Pulsed xenon lamp (average 5 year lifespan)|
|Signal Transmission||600 μm core 1.8 meter fiber optic cables
Other lengths available
|Sample Conditioning||Pyrolysis SCS|
|Analyzer Calibration||If possible, analyzer is factory calibrated with certified calibration fluids; no re-calibration required after initial calibration; measurement normalized by Auto Zero|
|Reading Verification||Simple verification with samples|
|Human Machine Interface||Industrial controller with touch-screen LCD display running ECLIPSE™ Software|
|Data Storage||Solid State Drive|
|Analyzer Environment||Indoor/Outdoor (no shelter required)|
|Ambient Temperature||Standard: 0 to 35 °C (32 to 95 °F)
Optional: -20 to 55 °C (-4 to 131 °F)
To avoid radiational heating, use of a sunshade is recommended for systems installed in direct sunlight.
|Electrical||85 to 264 VAC 47 to 63 Hz|
|Power Consumption||45 watts|
|Standard Outputs||1x galvanically isolated 4-20mA analog output per measured analyte(up to 3; additional available by upgrade)
2x digital outputs for fault and SCS control
|Optional Outputs||Modbus TCP/IP; RS-232; RS-485; Fieldbus; Profibus; HART;|
|Size||Analyzer: 24" H x 20" W x 8" D (610 x 508 x 203 mm)|
|Weight||Analyzer: 32 lbs. (15 kg)|
|Enclosure||Standard: wall-mounted carbon steel NEMA 4 enclosure|
|Photometric Accuracy||±0.004 AU|
|Application Accuracy||Dependent upon application. Please inquire with Sales.|
The following certifications are available.
|NEC||Class I, Division 1, Groups C & D; AEx d IIB T3|
|CEC||Class I, Division 1, Groups C & D; AEx d IIB T3|
|ATEX||Exp II 2(2) GD|
|GOST||Russian Gosstandart Pattern Approval|