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  1. Series 9000 H Heated Hydrocarbon Analyzer
    11/11/2014

    The Baseline® Series 9000 H is a high-temperature member of the extraordinary Series 9000 family of gas analyzers. The Series 9000 is the candidate of choice whenever accurate, reliable hydrocarbon analysis is required.

  2. Series 9000 Total Hydrocarbon Analyzer
    11/11/2014

    The Series 9000 is the candidate of choice whenever accurate, reliable total hydrocarbon analysis is required. Series 9000 analyzer provides unparalleled flexibility and offers continuous, fully automated gas analysis over a broad range of concentrations

  3. Series 9000 Total Hydrocarbon Analyzer Datasheet
    11/11/2014

    The Series 9000 offers continuous, fully automated hydrocarbon gas analysis over a broad range of concentrations. With a dynamic range from less than 10 ppb on the low range version and up to 100% as methane on the high range version, the analyzer has a generous complement of analog, digital, and logic output capabilities.

  4. Series 9000 NMHC Non-Methane Hydrocarbon Analyzer Datasheet
    11/11/2014

    The Baseline® Series 9000 NMHC is a specialized member of the extraordinary Series 9000 family of gas analyzers. The Series 9000 is the candidate of choice whenever accurate, reliable total, Methane, and NonMethane analysis is required. The Series 9000 analyzer provides unparalleled flexibility and offers continuous, fully automated gas analysis over a broad range of concentrations.

  5. Series 9000 H Heated Hydrocarbon Analyzer
    11/11/2014

    The Baseline® Series 9000 H is a high-temperature member of the extraordinary Series 9000 family of gas analyzers. The Series 9000 is the candidate of choice whenever accurate, reliable hydrocarbon analysis is required.

  6. Analysis Of BTEX in Ambient Air Using Gas Chromatography
    7/1/2014

    BTEX occurs naturally in petroleum products and is released into the environment as emissions or a by-product of different manufacturing processes.

  7. The Missing Link In Arc Flash Analysis - Risk Assessment
    4/9/2013

    In the fall of 2001 the 2002 National Electric Code (NEC) introduced a new requirement. Article 110.16 required electrical equipment to be field marked, to warn qualified persons about the arc flash hazard associated with exposed energized conductors. By Charles Helmick, Training Manager, AVO Training Institute

  8. Analyzing Electrical Hazards In The Workplace
    4/9/2013

    The need for analyzing electrical hazards in the workplace has been recognized by a small segment of the industry for many years. The petrochemical industry and many government institutions have performed research on this subject for over thirty years. By Dennis K. Neitzel, CPE AVO Training Institute, Inc.

  9. Playing It Safe
    4/9/2013

    Electrical power systems today are often very complex. Protective devices, controls, instrumentation and interlock systems demand that technicians be trained and qualified at a highly technical skills level. By Dennis K. Neitzel, AVO Training Institute

  10. The Road To Understanding
    4/9/2013

    The road to understanding is not always an easy one especially if that road leads to change. Generally speaking people are reluctant to change because often it pushes us out of our comfort zones.