An Injection Style Measurement Calorimeter is a type of device used to measure the heat content of a fuel, typically in British Thermal Units (BTU). It works by injecting a small amount of fuel into a combustion chamber, where it is burned completely. The resulting heat is then transferred to a water or air stream, and the temperature rise of the stream is measured.
The Injection Style Measurement Calorimeter is designed to provide accurate and repeatable measurements of the heat content of a fuel. It is often used in industrial settings where precise measurements of fuel energy content are necessary, such as in power generation, fuel production, or combustion research.
One of the key advantages of Injection Style Measurement Calorimeters is their ability to operate on a wide range of fuels, including liquid and gaseous fuels. This makes them a versatile tool for measuring the energy content of many different types of fuels. Injection Style Measurement Calorimeters are an important tool for accurately measuring the energy content of fuels, and for ensuring the efficient and effective use of energy resources in a variety of applications.
Our NEW COSA XENTAUR™ 9800 CXi™ Calorimeter is a fast response, injection-style zero-hydrocarbon emissions calorimeter. It can provide direct measurement of Calorific Heating Value and BTU with a measurement range 0-3000 BTU/scfh. A real advantage with the 9800 CXi calorimeter is that it can handle high sulfur concentrations with an H2 measurement option.
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