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Gas Analyzer

02/16/2014 5:10 AM

I am trying to start a small boiler service bussiness but i have not the finance to purchase a gas analyser, is there any one who has one who is not interested in it any more,i would most appreciate if i could be helped out.

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Re: Gas analyzer

02/16/2014 1:30 PM

Did you know that you can hire them (depending on where you are)?

Try an internet search for a local equipment hire firm, it likely won't be cheap however.

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02/16/2014 3:13 PM

A manual Orsat apparatus shouldn't be terribly expensive. You might find one on e-Bay.

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