The TPI 709R Flue Gas Combustion Efficiency Analyser includes all the features you’ll need for Boiler commissioning, service and maintenance including performing Flow & Return and Tightness Tests.
709R Kit with Standard Accessories:
- TPI 709R Analyser
- H2 ready! EN50379 compliant
- Rubber Boot (A765) 1 each installed on analyser
- Soft Carrying Case (A768) – 1 each
- Sampling Probe (c/w Type “K” Thermocouple)
- In-Line Water Trap Bowl Filter (c/w Spare Particle Filter)
- Battery Charger (A766)
- Mini In-Line Pump Protection Filter (c/w 5 spare filters)
- Exhaust Spigot Removable (A764)
- Battery Charger (A766) – 1 each
- Mini Pump Protection Filter Assembly (A763) – 1 each
- Exhaust Spigot Removable (A764) – 1 each
- Pressure Tubing (2 x 1 metres)
- GK11M Air Probe
- Instruction Manual
For full product details and Kit Options please visit the product page here 709R Flue Gas Analyser
|Dimensions||46 × 30 × 19 cm|
Compare & Save with the Easy-To-Use, TPI 709R Flue Gas Combustion Efficiency Analyser designed to measure CO, O2, Temperature & Pressure and calculate CO2 (in a flue), CO/CO2 ratio, efficiency and excess air.
With a large, easy-to-read, backlit display, simple to navigate operating system at a Low Starting Price of JUST £360.00 with Fixed Price Annual Servicing at £85.00, it really is the most cost efficient FGA on the market.
The standard kit comes complete with the 709R in a protective rubber boot, temperature sampling probe c/w external large water trap and unique in-lid water trap (as used by British Gas), soft carry case with shoulder strap, re chargeable battery pack & charger, pressure adaptors, ambient air probe, spare particle filter and instruction manual.
The TPI 709R conforms to EN50379 and is suitable for engineers working with BS7967, the usage standard.
Serial Number & Next Cal Due Date are printed at the bottom of each print-out ensuring that you always know your readings have been taken with the correct in-calibration flue gas analyser giving you complete peace of mind.
HHIC: The Heating & Hotwater Industry Council made a recommendation that from April 2013 that the CO level & CO/CO2 (Ratio) reading in a flue is recorded when a boiler is commissioned and that this practise become mandatory from April 2014. Please click here for further details.
The recording of the CO level and Ratio reading will become a mandatory part of completing the Benchmark Form.
Combustion Performance Analysis (CPA1): From April 2012 it has been compulsory for all engineers to acquire CPA1 Assessment to prove their competency in using a Flue Gas Analyser. Please click here for complete details.
|Model 709R Specifications|
|Operating Temperature Range||14°F to +122°F (-10°C to +50°C)|
|Battery / Batery Life||Rechargeable Ni-MH / > 6 Hours|
|Charger Input Voltage||115V or 230V : 50/60 Hz AC|
|Fuels||Natural Gas, LPG, Light Oil, Heavy Oil, Bituminous Coal, Anthracite Coal, Coke, Butane, Wood, Bagasse|
|Pressure Ranges||mbar, kPa & inH2O|
|Display||Backlit Graphic LCD|
|Data Storage||50 sets of readings, multiple pages|
|Time and Date||24 Hour Real Time Clock|
|Dimensions||7.8” (200mm) x 3.5” (90mm) x 2.4” (60mm)|
|Casing||Rubber Boot as Standard|
|Flue Temperature Probe|
|Construction||Pistol Grip with Stainless Steel Shaft|
|Hose Length||8.2’ (2500mm)|
|Insertion Length||7.9” (200mm)|
|‘K’ Type Thermocouple Accuracy||+/- 0.3% of fullscale, +/- 2°F (1°C)|
|Maximum Temperature||1472°F (800°C)|
|Carbon Monoxide||0-10,000 ppm||1 ppm||(<20ppm) +/- 3 ppm (>=100ppm) +/- 5%|
|Carbon Dioxide (calculated||0-25%||0.1%||Calculated|
|CO/CO2 Ratio||0-0.999||0.001||+/- 0.3%|
|Selectable Ranges||mbar, kPa and inH2O|
|Range||– 150 mbar to + 150 mbar|
|Resolution||0.01 mbar & 0.1 mbar|