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The process of gas analysis requires high precision and suitability to the industry-specific requirements. That is why, at Diamond Scientific, we provide a wide range of high-quality and accurate gas analyzers suited for different applications.

Gas Analyzers at Diamond Scientific

Our MRU gas analyzer range includes engine emissions analyzers, different O2 and CO2 analyzers, flue gas emission analyzers, compact combustion analyzers and much more. We also provide a variety of biogas analyzers including the MRU Optima 7 Biogas Analyzer. There are many other high-quality and precise gas analyzers in our range.

Our gas analyzers provide a variety of essential information for maintaining safety, ensuring regulatory compliance, and optimizing processes. The choice of gas analyzers depends on the specific gases to be measured, the required sensitivity and accuracy, and the intended application.


Gas analyzers are instruments used to determine the composition of gases present in a given sample. They measure the concentration of various gasses, such as oxygen, carbon dioxide, nitrogen, and pollutants. They are useful in environmental monitoring, industrial processes, healthcare, and research to ensure safety, quality control, and compliance with regulations.

A 4 gas analyzer, as the name suggests, monitors the levels of 4 gasses in the environment to ensure that their levels are at an appropriate level. These 4 gases include methane or CH4, hydrogen sulfide or H2S. carbon monoxide or CO, and oxygen or O2.

Gas analyzers are very useful because they provide multi-purpose functionality by analyzing different gasses, reducing the number of equipment required for testing. Plus, they allow for real-time monitoring with high speed and precision, ensuring better safety. This optimizes industrial efficiency and enables early leak detection.

Gas analyzers vary in accuracy based on factors like technology, calibration, and the specific gasses being measured. High-end gas analyzer usually provides accuracy within 2 per cent of value. Regular calibration, maintenance, and adherence to manufacturer guidelines are crucial to maintain accuracy over time.

Yes, gas analyzers require regular calibration and maintenance to ensure accurate and reliable measurements. Calibration involves adjusting the analyzer’s reading to match known reference standards. Maintenance usually involves cleaning, replacing sensor components, checking for drift, and verifying performance. It is always advisable to check the guidelines of the analyzer manufacturer to maximize its longevity and accuracy.