The PFGA unit is a flue gas analyzer stored in a portable case. It is used to check the existence of O2, CO, CO2 and nitrogen oxides in the flue gases from home heating systems with simultaneous measurement of the flue gases temperature and the combustion temperature. Furthermore, the draft or pressure of those gases can also be measured.
Other variables, such as efficiency, losses of the combustion gases and excess air are calculated.
The analyzer can work with a rechargeable battery to provide power supply outdoors or connected to the mains.
The analyzer is operated through a simple and easy to understand control panel. It includes a four-line large backlit LCD alphanumeric screen.
It has a thermal printer to print measurements while the analyzer is working.
Likewise, this device includes an active memory, where the measurements and adjustments of the analyzer defined by the user are stored.
The analyzer is provided with USB and RS232 interface to transfer the measurements from its built-in memory to the computer.