- It has a robust, high-quality design for the most dangerous anaerobic digestion sites.
- Reliably measures CH4 gas levels (0-100%); CO2 (0-100%); O2 (0-25%).
- Optional measurable gases include H2 (0-1000 ppm); NH3 (0-1000 ppm); also H2S (0-50, 200, 500, 1,000, 5,000 or 10,000 ppm).
- Full menu, instructions, support material and multilingual instructional videos.
- 3-year warranty.
- Accredited with the highest internationally recognized standards IECEx, ATEX, MCERTS, CSA, UKAS Calibration (ISO17025).
- Additional available extras include a Pitot tube for flow measurement; An ATEX anemometer, also an ATEX temperature probe for flow measurement.
- Lightweight, robust and easily portable.
- The Gas Analyzer Manager (GAM) software is optional for ID configuration and data download.
- New and improved firmware update tool.
- Additional accessories available.
- Applicable to gas monitoring in digesters.
- Control and monitoring of biogas in food processes.
- Treatment plants.
- Industrial processes.
- Biomass digesters.
- It is not necessary to self-certify an anemometer: the certified analyser validates the results.
- Ensures quality reporting and analysis: BIOGAS 5000 supports your analysis by providing consistent and reliable data collection.
- The BIOGAS 5000 features Geotech’s “best-in-class” infrared bench technology.
- Adheres to strict compliance with PPC (Pollution Prevention and Control)
- Configure the BIOGAS 5000 specifically for your company’s unique specification.
- The analyser supports the efficiency of your digestion process, providing you with information so you can change gas levels for optimal performance.
- Provides peace of mind that your desulfurization process is working properly by measuring desulfurization levels before and after.
- Allows you to monitor the efficiency of your engine and its useful life by monitoring sulphur levels.
Good use guide
How do I get the best out of my analyser?
- Make sure to fully charge the analyser when the battery is discharged – turn off the analyser before starting to charge
- Perform regular user zero calibrations, this will keep your analysers at optimum precision and will not affect factory calibration
- Store your analyser in a warm, dry place when not in use.
- If the analyser gets wet, remove it from the soft case to dry
- Check and replace filters regularly and bring spares for when you are on site
- Although robust, your analyser is still scientific equipment and must be treated with care.
- Regular air purges between readings and at the end of your monitoring will prolong the life of the analyser’s electrochemical cells; We recommend a minimum of 30 seconds
- If you are using a G100 / G110 / G150, don’t worry if you have to adjust the flow fault setting, this is simply to make it fit your new environment properly.
If you have any other questions, contact Customer Service: firstname.lastname@example.org or at 872 080 542.