Honeywell: Gas Chromatograph

The PGC 9303 Process Gas Chromatograph allows operators to measure the quality of natural gas with hydrogen and oxygen components in a single instrument.

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This is the first device that allows operators to measure the quality of natural gas with hydrogen and oxygen components in a single instrument. Approved for custody transfer applications by the National Metrology Institute PTB in Germany, the unit helps users identify the calorific value of natural gas in the natural gas grid, which lowers costs due to reduced carrier gas consumption. The device provides ±0.10% accuracy and can measure hydrogen up to 5% with helium as a carrier gas. As such, it is suited for demanding renewable energy, biogas and power-to-gas applications under metrological conditions. It measures the percentage of 12 primary natural gas components for the calculation of gas compressibility based on the AGA 8 super-compressibility factor. These data are the basis for calculating superior and inferior calorific value, standard density, relative density and Wobbe Index using the characteristics of the components per the ISO 6976 or GPA 2172-09 standards. The instruments have a modular setup and can be equipped with two or three column modules, depending on the gas components to be measured.

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