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The G4100 NOX/O2 Analyzing System is an efficient and practical onboard gas analyzer designed for monitoring NOX concentrations. Utilizing innovative zirconia sensor technology, this system offers a cost-effective solution to meet stringent emission regulations and optimize the performance of diesel engines and boilers. Complying with Annex VI of MARPOL 73/78, the NOX Technical Code, and the Guidelines for On-Board NOX Verification Procedure (MEPC.103 (49)), the G4100 system directly measures and monitors NOX emissions. Developed by Green Instruments A/S, a company with a decade of experience in exhaust gas monitoring on ocean-going vessels, it has a proven track record, with the first NOX Analyzing System installed on a cruise ship as early as 2000.
By implementing the G4100 NOX/O2 Analysing System, you not only ensure compliance with environmental standards but also enhance your corporate image by showcasing environmental responsibility. Additionally, continuous monitoring of NOX emissions and excess oxygen in flue gas enables fuel and airflow adjustments, optimizing fuel consumption and providing valuable insights into engine or boiler performance for early detection of faulty operation. The G4100 NOX/O2 Analysing System incorporates new zirconia sensor technology with multiple diffusion cells, specifically designed for NOX measurement. Its small and robust sensor can be directly installed on the stack without requiring special protection. This technology enables real-time measurement of NOX/O2 in wet conditions and high temperatures, eliminating the need for sampling lines, multiplexing systems, coolers, and converters.
Mr. Marine trades under Mr. Marine Elevator, Mr. Marine Ballast and Mr. Marine Instruments & Controls. Our dynamic company aims at keeping vessels safe and compliant, anywhere in the world. With technical know-how, unparalleled spare part sourcing and 24/7 responsiveness, we are your global beacon.
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