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New industrial mass spectrometer with touchscreen

Don Horne   

Process Insights has expanded its industrial mass spectrometer range with the new Extrel MAX300-RTG 2.0 with touchscreen for process applications.

With the ability to report the complete stream composition and multi-port stream selector for up to 160 samples, the MAX300-RTG 2.0 offers fast analysis for a range of industries including oil refineries, syngas plants, polymer plants, renewable gas, steel, pharmaceuticals, and government/university laboratories.

The MAX300-RTG 2.0 features an integrated customizable 15” touch screen display and user-friendly GUI interface making it very easy to use with minimal training. It has the speed necessary to analyze the total composition of a sample in seconds and can be fully automated to measure several points in a process, or multiple production lines, with a single analyzer.

Through reduced operating costs due to low maintenance and utility requirements, a lower capital cost compared to other technologies and fast online gas analysis for increased manufacturing efficiency, product yield, and equipment uptime, the MAX300-RGT 2.0 provides consistent, ongoing return on investment (ROI).

With its ability to monitor the operation of several process units, the MAX300-RTG 2.0 can be used to replace multiple gas chromatograph (GC) systems. It is easy to use and has an uptime of >99%.  This is achieved through a combination of low maintenance requirements, a modular design including pre-assembled service replacement parts, and a plug-and-play ionizer that reduces cleaning requirements.

Chuck DeCarlo, Business Development Manager at Process Insights, states: “The MAX300-RTG 2.0 from Extrel offers continuous real-time analysis for process control. Our industry-leading mass spectrometers are backed by over four decades of excellence in industrial automation and our customers have come to rely on the rugged stability and ease-of-use they provide for continuous operation in challenging manufacturing environments.”

The new Extrel process mass spectrometers provide the rugged stability and ease of use necessary for continuous operation in a range of demanding industries.


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