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Inventor:
Ruemer; Karl
Address:
Linz, AT
No. of patents:
2
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Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
4779466 Method and apparatus for continuously taking a hot gas sample to be analyzed from a reaction cha October 25, 1988
In order to ensure that a sample can be taken continuously from a reaction chamber with a minimum of maintenance work, the sample gas is extracted from the reaction chamber in two identical extraction lines in alternation and at a rate which exceeds the rate required for the analysis and
4756200 Probe for extracting hot sample gas July 12, 1988
A probe for extracting a hot gas sample comprises an inner tube for conducting the hot gas sample and a cooling jacket surrounding the inner tube. A heating element surrounds the inner tube and the heated inner tube is shielded from the cooling jacket by an interposed heat insulation.










 
 
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