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Industry of Things

IoT in the gas mixing technology

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Remote-controlled gas mixers with their own homepage, mail service and with connection to a higher-level control system make the gas mixing technology Industry of Things (IoT) suitable. LT GASETECHNIK has extensive experience with these systems. Our knowledge of plant engineering influences the progress of development in series gas mixers. Our customers often choose the following…

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Novelty: Gas mixer for Novec

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We have successfully commissioned the first LT gas mixer for Fluoronitrile (Novec) with nitrogen, technical air or CO2 at our customer. This gas mixture is considered an environmentally friendly alternative to sulfur hexafluoride (SF6) as a dielectric insulating gas in medium and high voltage engineering, especially in gas insulated switchgears (GIS). SF6 is considered a powerful…

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Gas non return valve

Gas non return valve

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The gas non return valve from LT GASETECHNIK protects ring lines, tapping points or large consumers such as gas mixers, gas mixing systems or thermoprocessing systems in accordance with EN 746-2 and with DVGW approval. Suitable for technical gases, oxygen, compressed air, natural gas, biogas with different connections in 1 “, 3/4” or 1/2 “.…

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LTG GasAnalyzer Mobile

Mobile gas analyzer with two measurement cells

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Mobile Gas Analyzer Our mobile gas analyzer is for field use Our own technicians highly value it because it can be transported and used flexible because it is equipped with two measuring cells (TCD and NDIR): Features Several different gas combinations are measurable H2 in Ar 0…100% H2 in N2 0…100% O2 in N2 0…20%…

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Domdruckregler zur Wartung

Maintenance of dome loaded pressure regulators

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View into our workshop Approx. 20 dome loaded pressure controllers (from LT GASETECHNIK and from other makers) are waiting for service and maintenance. Dome loaded pressure controller from LT GASETECHNIK and also from other manufacturers, e.g. B. Buschjost/IMI/GHR types C1 and C31, can be serviced for a small maintenance fee incl. suitable maintenance kit by…

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dome loaded pressure control unit

Surface refined dome loaded pressure control unit type 7.

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Surface refined dome loaded pressure control unit type 7, based on a nickel plated dome loaded pressure controller LTD-1 with nickel plated pilot pressure controller, back pressure gauge and back pressure feed back. Advantage: Fits seamlessly into a stainless steel environment without incurring more than double the cost of a stainless steel design.

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Insight in a gas mixing plant

Gas mixing Plant successfully supplied to a float glass line

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Once again, a well-known flat glass manufacturer has entrusted the supply of its new flat glass line with a gas mixing plant from LT GASETECHNIK. Kabinburi Glass Industry awarded Float Glass Engineering with the order to build a float glass line in Thailand. Kabinburi is a joint venture of the companies Euroglas and Bangkok Glass.…

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trade magazine

gwi reports about LT gas mixer

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In the “From Practice” section of the leading magazine for gas-heated industrial thermal process technology – gwi – gaswärme international published an article from LT GASETECHNIK . The article deals with the increase in quality in the hardening furnace through a defined atmosphere supply, using LT gas mixers. Download: 2017-01_gwi_DefinierteAtmosphärenversorgung

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Gasanlage für Argon-Chlor

Argon Chlorine Gas Mixer

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Gas mixer for Chlorine in Argon (Ar/Cl2) from LT GASETECHNIK: Both gases, Argon (Ar) and Chlorine (Cl2) are supplied to the LT gas mixer in a gaseous phase. The gaseous chlorine must always be kept at 5°C above the saturation point. In addition, argon must be available with a temperature above 15 °C. LT GASETECHNIK…

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