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Genie 702 Permanent Insertion Probe
Liquid in a sample conditioning system can damage analysers and lead to inaccurate sample analysis; directly affecting the bottom line.
Applying our Analytically Correct™ designs to your sampling system can prevent these occurrences.
Our Genie® Model 702 Permanent Insertion Probe is a simple, safe and economical solution to extract a representative vapour phase sample from a gas source.
The Genie® Model 702 is designed for sampling at a specific depth in a pressurised pipeline; each length is customised up to 10 feet to fit your application.
Our exclusive Pressure Balance™ technique allows you to effortlessly insert the probe without the need for additional tools or pneumatic and hydraulic methods.
Once inserted, the installation housing can be replaced with a shorter one to accommodate partial retraction of the probe during pigging operations or placement into heated enclosures. With three new non-adjustable outlet pressure options, the 702 helps to prevent condensation and maintain the integrity of the sample during pressure letdown. The application needs will determine the most appropriate option.
A separate RTD option includes a custom length, industrial, hinged-top RTD and adapter which allows the RTD to be inserted through a built-in thermowell once the probe is installed in the pipeline. We are the only manufacturer that provides Analytically Correct™ membrane tipped sample probes for insertion inside a pipeline or vessel. Using a membrane tip conforms to API 14.1 and GPA 2166 standards. Our patented Genie® Membrane Probes™ are the most efficient means for separating entrained liquid from the sample at source conditions.
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