The Flame Ionization Detector (FID) has come a long way in terms of portability, but with this improvement comes an issue that has no clear answer: the sample hose.
LDARtools President and CEO, Rex Moses, has written a Technical Paper on the options currently available in the market and his analysis of the situation that plagues LDAR managers and technicians alike.
Here’s a snippet of document:
|The reality of LDAR is that, while the chemical resistance in the face of volatile compounds is a significant plus, rigidity can present a serious difficulty for a technician who has to negotiate confined, crowded, irregular spaces containing jagged protrusion and obstacles.|
Download a copy of The Utility of Various Sample Hose Materials with a Portable FID Technical Paper and keep yourself up-to-date on the latest news and industry insight straight from the guys who made the phx21, the first analyzer specifically designed for Method 21 / LDAR programs.