Dräger EM200-E is an electronic multigas instrument with an internal sampling pump. This tool measures carefully the levels of CO and NOx in Diesel engine exhaust gases that do not dissolve. Internal environmental pressure sensors allow direct use without the need to be calibrated beforehand in underground mines.
The frame is resistant to impact and shock
Dräger EM200-E has a frame that is resistant to impact and shock. Excellent handling and technology allows fast and precise measurement results. High power batteries allow up to ten hours of operational time.
Precise measurement of CO and NOx levels in exhaust gases from diesel engines
One oil and gas analysis instrument for accurate diesel engine testing in underground mining applications: compliance with regulations (in some countries maximum emissions from the engine are set to set ventilation levels), health risks (accumulation of these gases can endanger humans; CO, NO , and NO2 has a regulated exposure concentration), operational costs (an increase in CO / NOx output can indicate a problem with the engine or scrubber component that decreases fuel efficiency), reduces downtime (using these values as an initial marker of engine damage enabling preventive maintenance instead of reactive measures and loss of production).
Stored data can be transferred to a PC or documented locally.
High level measurement accuracy at all depths
The internal pressure sensor automatically compensates for the influence of ambient pressure at different depths. Therefore, the machine does not need to be taken to the garage as a "fixed" testing area. Dräger EM200-E who came to the machine. It doesn't matter where it is: 4,000 m below or 4,000 m above sea level.