Glass Nozzles Kit --- K-157
Kit of 7 sampling nozzles. May be of the button-hook or elbow design. Fulfills requirements on shape of inlet hole and angle of tapered edge. Comes in a padded box.
|1x||K-177||Empty Glass Nozzle Box|
|1x||PN-610||Nozzle, Borosilicate Glass, Size 4|
|1x||PN-611||Nozzle, Borosilicate Glass, Size 6|
|1x||PN-612||Nozzle, Borosilicate Glass, Size 8|
|1x||PN-491||Nozzle, Borosilicate Glass, Size10|
|1x||PN-614||Nozzle, Borosilicate Glass, Size 12|
|1x||PN-615||Nozzle, Borosilicate Glass, Size14|
|1x||PN-616||Nozzle, Borosilicate Glass, Size16|
This kit contains 7 nozzles of the following (nominal) sizes:
Purpose and how to use? Relationship to other components?
The sampled flue gas enters the sampling train via the nozzle. Ideally, the velocity of the sampled gas should be the same as the velocity of the flue gas inside the stack (Isokinetic sampling ratio = 100%). A good diagram of this would be Figure D.1, Annex D, ISO 9096:2003(E).
The sharp tapered edge is to minimize the likelihood of solid particles getting sampled "accidentally".
Section 188.8.131.52 (Probe Nozzle), USEPA Method 5
Section 6.2.2 (Set of entry nozzles) and Annex A, ISO 9096: 2003(E)
Section 2.1.1 (Nozzle), USEPA Method 23
Additional ordering/shipping procedures:
None. Please refer to the FAQs page for shipping and other charges.
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Doc ID: AERHQWW-k-157-en
Last revised (Excluding prices): 2; 3.10.18
Previous (Obsolete) Catalog ID: PN-763, UN-GK