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Top 5 Maintenance Tips from our Service Department

Posted by Dr. Rachel Stansel on Thu, Jan 11, 2018 @ 10:22 AM

We often receive calls and emails asking about the best way to maintain our mixers and dilutors. There are several important things that you can do to keep your unit running in top shape. They will also help you extend the life of your unit.

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Tags: Environics Inc, gas mixing, Ambient Air calibration, zero air generator, customer focus, Troubleshooting, troubleshooting6100, troubleshooting6103, Series 4040, Series 4020, Series 4000

Troubleshooting the Series 6100 - Part 6 - Ozone Without Command

Posted by Dr. Rachel Stansel on Tue, Apr 11, 2017 @ 11:14 AM

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Tags: Service, Troubleshooting, S6000, troubleshooting6100

Troubleshooting the Series 6100 - Part 5 - Ozone Issues

Posted by Dr. Rachel Stansel on Thu, Apr 06, 2017 @ 09:33 AM

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Tags: Service, Troubleshooting, S6000, troubleshooting6100

Troubleshooting the Series 6100 and 6103 - Part 4 - No Ozone Upon Command

Posted by Dr. Rachel Stansel on Fri, Feb 17, 2017 @ 09:35 AM

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Tags: Service, Troubleshooting, S6000, troubleshooting6100, troubleshooting6103

Troubleshooting the Series 6100 and 6103 - Part 3 - Unstable or Saturated Flow

Posted by Dr. Rachel Stansel on Wed, Feb 15, 2017 @ 10:35 AM

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Tags: Service, Troubleshooting, S6000, troubleshooting6100, troubleshooting6103

Troubleshooting the Series 6100 and 6103- Part 2- Lack of Flow

Posted by Dr. Rachel Stansel on Thu, Feb 02, 2017 @ 02:30 PM

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Tags: Service, Troubleshooting, S6000, troubleshooting6100, troubleshooting6103

Troubleshooting the Series 6100 and 6103 - Part 1- Display Issues

Posted by Dr. Rachel Stansel on Wed, Feb 01, 2017 @ 10:30 AM

The Environics Series 6100 Multi-gas Calibrator was designed to be the finest instrument available for producing highly precise mixtures of ozone and other gases. The Series 6100 automatically performs zero, precision, span and multi-point calibrations using NO, NO2, SO2, CO, 03, hydrocarbons and other gases of interest. The 6100 meets all U.S. Environmental Protection Agency requirements. The system consists of a single chassis supporting 2 thermal mass flow controllers (optional third MFC available) , an ozone generation module, a mixing zone, a reaction chamber for gas phase titration, and control electronics. Commands are entered from the front panel and displayed on a backlit 4 line by 20 character liquid crystal display. The instrument may also be remotely operated using contact closures or the RS-232 serial data interface, both are standard in the Series 6100.

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Tags: Service, Troubleshooting, S6000, troubleshooting6100, troubleshooting6103