FTIR – The FTT FTIR is an advanced gas analyser used for continuous measurement of combustion gases in conjunction with FTT’s Cone Calorimeter or Smoke Density Chamber.Th
e analysis of gases in fire effluents is very complex and challenging due to the great number of different organic and inorganic chemicals which these atmospheres can contain. FTT’s FTIR is fully configurable to meet the requirements of several international standards including ISO 19702, ISO 9705 and CEN TS 45545-2. It is capable for individual analysis of airborne concentrations of CO, CO2
,NO,NO2 , SO2
HCI, HF, Phenol,Acrolein, water vapour, etc.Th
e FTT FTIR is a modular construction comprising of FTIR gas analyser, heated sampling unit and an industrial PC which are mounted in a 19” rack.
Cone Corrosimeter – Built in accordance with ASTM D 5485 and used for assessing the corrosive potential of combustion products.
Mass Loss Calorimeter
For those with a major interest in ignitability,mass loss work or those working to a limited budget FTT offers the Mass Loss Calorimeter which is the complete fire model from the Cone Calorimeter. Use of this instrument under a suitable hood enables the user to carry out thermal exposure studies, under the same precise exposure conditions as those used in the Cone Calorimeter, whilst visibly observing the specimen reaction and measuring the mass change.A flue containing a thermopile can also be added to the unit.Once calibrated using a methane burner the thermopile output can be used to quantify heat release.Th
is is now the subject of a new International Standard ISO 13927 which was developed by the ISO TC 61 (plastics) committee.
The FTT Mass Loss Calorimeter can be enhanced to be a full or partial Cone Calorimeter at any time by addition of Cone Calorimeter components.Th
e chassis, ductwork and fans, the smoke analysis instrumentation,mass flow measurement and oxygen depletion equipment can all be added later.
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