INCA is a modular freely user configurable measurement device for multi-component gas analysis in the bio and natural gas industries. Thousands of INCA devices are operating in the gas industry all over the world.
The INCA concept is designed to provide a custom made analysis system for specific application using standard modules for: sample gas supply, sample gas processing, sensor control and data processing. This approach guarantees the best possible analysis results, optimized cost structure in production and operation, short delivery times and facilitates retrofitting and/or replacement of components in the future.
The INCA measurement technology is an independent technical unit in which all components like sensors, pumps, valves and more are mounted on a carrier plate and connected to the control unit via an internal device bus. The individual assembly with sensors (via sensor modules) is determined by customer’s specifically required application.
The CWD2005 device series (Calorimetry, Wobbe-Index und Specific Density) comprises versions of combustion calorimeters for direct and continuous determination of gas quality from the following measurands and operands:
The Wobbe index and specific density are measured, and the heating value and combustion value are calculated from these measurements.
When components for gas analysis are added to the CWD2005, the air requirement, or CARI, can also be determined from the analyzed gas composition.
The operating principle of the CWD enables all combustible gas components to be detected, which allows it to be used even for gases with rapidly changing gas composition.
High performing combustion calorimeter allows fast and easy measurement of Wobbe Index (WI),
Calorific Values (CV), and Specific Gravity (SG) in hazardous areas according to: ATEX (II 2G Exp IIC T4 Gb) and IECEx (Ex pxb IIC T4 Gb).