Ensure your steam and water analysis system is to properly conditioned. From pressure, temperature and/or flow rate, your SWAS requires precise calibration from top to bottom for a truly representative sample. Select sample coolers, heat exchangers, thermal protection valves and much more based on your process environment.
Our sample coolers and heat exchangers preserve your samples at optimal temperature while our thermal protection and back pressure relief valves safeguard from catastrophic pressure failures. Sentry Equipment also knows how to protect the purity of your sample with resin column refills and magnetite traps.
Gain complete control over your SWAS samples and maximize your sample conditioning with steam and water applications and equipment.
Configure a helical coil sample cooler to efficiency and effectively cool your liquid and slurry samples.View now
From spiral tube, tube-in-tube or a full boiler blowdown system, select the right heat exchanger for your application and configure it to your specifications.View now
Cation Exchange Resin Columns
Refillable columns make the replacement of ion exchange resin easy and economical.View now
Isolate magnetite particulates to protect your steam and water sample conditioning and analytical instruments from critical downtime and costly repairs.View now
Manage extreme sample pressures with adjustable control valves and back pressure relief valves.View now
Sample Conditioning Automation
Add automation to your steam & water analysis system with automated flow controllers, sample sequencers and more.View now
Single Line Conditioning Modules
Condition and collect a sample from a single location with a fully assembled grab sample panel.View now
Thermal Protection Valves
Protect operators, analyzers, and sampling components from high-temperature liquids.View now
Closely control your sample temperatures with a water- or air-cooled sample chiller.View now
Cooling Water Skids
Eliminate sample cooler fouling and maximize sample cooler efficiency and life.View now
Collect and quantify particulate and ionic matter circulating in the secondary piping of nuclear power plants and condensate/feedwater systems of fossil-fueled plants.View now