TPI 709R Combustion Efficiency Analyser - Standard Kit

  • Rp.9,500,000



Tags: Combustion Analyser


Simple to use, low cost and highly responsive, the TPI 709R is a rechargeable combustion analyser suitable for testing flue gases in both gas and oil fired equipment such as furnaces and condensing boilers.

Designed to speed up testing, the 709R has a fast purging system and allows fuel selection during startup to prevent time wasteage. It'll also remember the last fuel you used automatically and up to ten fuels can be selected: natural gas, LPG, light oil, heavy oil, bitumious coal, anthracite coal, coke, butane, wood and bagasse.

The analyser has a built-in differential manometer with 0.001" H20 resolution and a built-in differential thermometer. This allows flue pressure and temperature to be calculated and displayed on the tester. It can also test combustion efficiency, CO2 and CO content and detects combustible gasses

TPI 709R Combustion Efficiency Analyser Key Features

  • Fully rechargeable batteries
  • Built-in differential manometer with 0.001" H20 resolution
  • High accuracy calculations of combustion efficiency
  • Pump-driven sensor ensures fast response
  • Ten selectable fuelds: natural gas, LPG, light oil, heavy oil, bitunimous coal, anthracite coal, coke, butane, wood and bagasse
  • Built-in differential thermometer
  • Memory - can store up to 50 readings
  • Large-size, easy-to-read backlit display
  • Measure CO, O2 and stack temperature
  • PC communication
  • Combustible gas detection

What's Included?

The following products are included in the standard kit version of the TPI 709R.

  1. TPI 709R Combustion Efficiency Analyser
  2. Rubber Boot
  3. Battery Charger
  4. Soft Carrying Case
  5. Flue Sampling Probe
  6. In-Line Filter Assembly on Flue Probe
  7. Temperature Probe
  8. Mini Pump Protection Filter Assembly and Spare Filters
  9. Exhaust Spigot (Removable)
  10. Instruction Manual

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