Calibration factor moved high

Calibration factor moved high

Very important that the operators change the Anhydrone at regular intervals. As the Anhydrone absorbs moisture, the occurrence that this is done is dependant on the dryness of the sample and also humidity that may enter the open tube combustion system. You can tell by looking at the Anhydrone if it is depleting or not is when it appears to begin “clumping” or the granules appear to be “fused” together. 

The IR Cell lenses should be OK if the above has been adhered to. If the cell lenses are dirty, you would observe a drop in cell voltage. E.G. from 5vdc to around 3.5/4vdc.
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