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When the first Genie Membrane
Separator was invented in 1989,
analyzers were protected from liquids
using coalescing filters. While these filters
are especially effective in removing large
quantities of liquids, they are not completely
effective at removing fine aerosols. Since
Genie Membrane Separators remove 100%
of liquids in gas streams, the separator was
quickly adopted as an inexpensive insurance
policy for analyzers. Even after more than
30 years, there are tens of thousands of our
original model 101 still in the field rejecting
liquids and protecting analyzers.
Sampling applications can vary wildly due to gas quality, geographic location, and other factors, so why are so many sampling systems one-size-fits-all solutions? A+ considers all application factors when designing your sampling system to keep your system as simple as possible while still delivering an Analytically Correct sample to your analyzer.
Thank you for providing great products and support time and time again throughout the past 13 years that I have been in the measurement industry. I cannot ...Daniel Tiller of Enlink Midsteam
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Seriously, thank you guys for all the great support on these 2 projects. What a great looking product, very robust and high-quality. It was also packaged ...GM | Large Manufacturing Rep. | Gulf Coast - USA
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You speak, we listen. We are constantly evolving and improving as people and as a company and a large part of this is our customer-centric perspective. We work hard to fully understand the root cause of your sampling problems so we can design better components and systems to meet your changing needs.