Combustion analysis is part of a process intended to improve fuel economy, reduce undesirable exhaust emissions and improve the safety of fuel burning equipment. Combustion analysis begins with the measurement of flue gas concentrations and gas temperature, and may include the measurement of draft pressure and soot level.
Excessive draft pressures in the flue also can cause turbulence in the system. This can prevent complete combustion and pull explosive gases into the flue or cause flame impingement and damage in the combustion chamber and to the heat exchanger material.
The Eagle X offers the complete combustion analysis package, simplifying the complex efficiency process from basic combustion analysis to full-system maintenance. Measures differential flue temperature, carbon dioxide (CO2), flue & ambient carbon monoxide (CO), and differential pressure.
The Fluke Carbon Monoxide Meter makes it easy to take quick and accurate measurements of CO levels with a single compact instrument. Featuring the newest generation of electrochemical sensors, that responds very quickly to ambient changes in carbon monoxide concentration without the use of a pump.
The Fluke CO tester is the perfect instrument for technicians and other professionals who need to measure CO levels within spaces such as industrial environments, commercial buildings, or residential dwellings where accumulation of combustion gas is possible.
Regulates the design, installation, maintenance, alteration and inspection of building mechanical systems that are used to provide control of environmental conditions and related processes. Contains detailed provisions governing mechanical and fuel gas systems using prescriptive and performance-based provisions with emphasis on performance.
The Inspector™ infrared video inspection camera allows you to clearly see the holes, cracks, rust, or corrosion damage inside any furnace. It’s the world’s first and leading heat exchanger video inspection camera, with an infrared, high-resolution camera mounted on a 37-inch wand that is attached to its very own display monitor. The Inspector™ camera is available with the option of a DVR for digital documentation of your inspections.
The rugged 17 mm aluminum camera head combined with a one-handed pistol grip design makes this tool ideal for the most demanding environments. A crisp 2.4 in. color LCD screen with 180 Degree digital rotation allows for easy viewing, aided by 4 adjustable LCDs in the camera head. Included with the camera in a plastic blow molded case are a hook, magnet, mirror and RCA cable.
The Husky Round Lighted Mirror is ideal for inspection of hidden, unlit areas in applications ranging from industrial maintenance and automotive repair to general homeowner DIY applications. This item has strong LED lights to provide a powerful illumination for reading serial numbers, checking for broken or missing parts and locating missing items.
In addition to the general-purpose hand-held flashlight, many forms have been adapted for special uses. Head or helmet-mounted flashlights designed to leave the hands free. Some flashlights can be used underwater or in flammable atmospheres.
Combustible Gas Detector provides simple and quick readings to identify the presence of combustible gases. This gas leak detector is designed to detect Methane, Propane, Butane, Ethanol, Ammonia, Hydrogen and many other combustible gases. For safe and accurate detection, the gas detector is the ideal tool to ensure proper gas line installations, check for maintenance and repair needs, or quickly pinpoint combustible gas leaks.
It features a rugged yet ergonomic design that offers comfort while at the same time withstanding rigorous jobsite use. The Tri-Mode Detection offers flexibility, allowing you to select between visual, audible and vibration alerts, and a 16-inch flexible probe allows location and detection of leaks in hard-to-reach and confined spaces.
All-Purpose Liquid Gas Leak Detector is designed to form large bubbles to indicate even the smallest leaks in many types of piping applications. Detects leaks quickly on all types of tubing, valves, cylinders, pressure tanks or other systems under air, gas or oxygen pressure.