Built-in process know how

Gas analysis equipment which increases the income of the cement and minerals producers and at the same time limits production emissions to a minimum

  • Overview

FLSmidth Gas Analysis System

  • Specialised gas analysis equipment for the cement and minerals industries
  • 40 years of experience built into the equipment
  • Unique and patented designs available for process, safety and interlocking gas analysis
  • Plug-&-play solutions for emission analysis in compliance with local legislation

FLSmidth Gas Analysis program

  • Full product program, covering all gas analysis applications
  • Built-in process know-how
  • Choose from a full range of available gas analysis components
  • Integrated functionality and communication with ECS/ControlCenter™
  • Online webshop for spares: http://shop.flsmidth.com

Why FLSmidth Gas Analysis?

There are other suppliers of gas analysis equipment. However, none of these vendors is focused like FLSmidth on supplying process equipment to the cement and minerals industry. FLSmidth has more than 40 years of worldwide experience in designing market-leading gas analysis solutions specialised in optimising production throughput, cost of operations and the safety of people and machinery. This position has only been possible due to our unique in-house access to FLSmidth process knowledge. FLSmidth Gas Analysis Technology is proud to be part of solutions where we supply gas analysis equipment which increases the income of the cement and minerals producers and at the same time limits production emissions to a minimum.

Rocket science will not work...

Through many years of experience in producing equipment for the cement and minerals market, FLSmidth has learned that for field equipment such as gas analysis, rocket science will not work. Complicated mechanical solutions to process-related problems have proven to fail again and again. In FLSmidth Gas Analysis Technology, we believe in a simple, strong and reliable design. Our market leading KilnLoq™ probe One Pipe design (Patented) is a good example of this approach.