HSV - Urea Distribution Analyzing System

The IAG HSV is a heated gas sampling system for analyzing the distribution of gas concentrations as well as the flow velocity and exhaust gas temperature via the cross-section of exhaust systems by means of an automatically positioned pipe probe.

Application: 
The HSV can be connected to round exhaust systems with a diameter of 8 to 14“. The connection is made with a welded flange plate. The sampling system can be positioned and fastened on the flange through a mobile, height and inclination adjustable carrier trolley. The connection point centre height can be electronically adjusted from 500 to 1000 mm. The positioning unit can be pivoted in the range +/-30° around the vertical in order to enable a coupling to the welding flange in this angular range.

Implementation:
The pipe probe is positioned in the exhaust system via coupled linear drives, which run into pre-parameterized positions in the exhaust system. The probe pipe is heated to 191 °C and has a 6 mm Swagelok connection for a heated analytical line (for analysis) on the output side. In addition, it has a pressure connection for dynamic pressure measurement to determine the flow velocity as well as a thermocouple for temperature measurement at the sampling point.

Operation:
The operation, monitoring and parametrisation of the system can be carried out directly on the system using the touch display or via the fully configurable AK interface.

Technical Data

Dimensions: 800 x 1200 x 1500 mm
Weight: approx. 185 kg
Exhaust Gas Temperature: up to 450 °C
Power Supply: 230 V / 50 Hz, Schuko / 10 m
Gas Connection: Swagelok 6 mm