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posted on 20/2/09 at 07:37 AM Reply With Quote
gas analyzer

hi folks, sva is soon and ive still have to play with emissions, been wondering about gas analyzers. Being a gas engineer i own a testo 327 portable gas analyzer. Obvisously its made to check combustion on boilers, in the menu its lists fuel types, gas, light oil, heavy oil, and lpg (propane) i thinking of setting to propane and having a play? what do you think? dont want to damage the testo


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bob tatt

posted on 20/2/09 at 09:05 AM Reply With Quote
i use the same analyzer as well thought about it a few times then bottoled it. my only concern would be heat on the probe might melt or distort it. should work in theory dont know how accurate it would be for unleaded though. can you get it to a garage just book a mot then you can drive it there as long as you have insurance which you can do on the chassis number.
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