Leading Australian Owned Analytical System Integrator since 1998

IAS is a 100% Australian-owned Melbourne-based company specializing in the design, manufacture, testing, installation, commissioning and support of online process analysers. IAS has extensive experience in hazardous area applications for the petrochemical industry.

IAS designs and manufactures the following systems and components:

  • Transportable analyser houses (ventilated or purged)
  • Analyser house purging and ventilation systems (for hazardous areas)
  • Hazardous area air conditioning systems
  • Ancillary equipment such as outside air stack, gas bottle rack, lighting
  • Analyser shelters (3 & 4-sided, galvanized steel or stainless steel frame)
  • Purged and/or cooled analyser enclosures
  • Integration of analyser and sample conditioning system (custom-designed to suit the process)
  • Sample recovery systems, hazardous area rated
  • Manual sampling stations

IAS has extensive experience in sampling system design to ensure that the components of interest in the sample are accurately measured and not distorted or modified by the sampling system. Factors such as probe design, pressure letdown, heating and cooling, filtering and impurity removal, sample disposal, provision of services must be resolved to achieve the desired result.

IAS designs and manufactures integrated systems based on (but not limited to) the following analytical and physical property measuring instruments:

Analytical (typical):

  • Gas Chromatography (gas & liquid sample valve injection)
  • Moisture and Hydrocarbon dew point
  • ppm / ppb sulphur compounds & total sulphur
  • Custody Transfer
  • IR & UV Spectrophotometry
  • Calorific Value / Wobbe Index
  • CEMS (NOx, HC, SO2, CO, CO2, O2, & particulates)
  • Mass Spectrometer
  • Research & Motor Octane number (ASTM engine methods)
  • Oil in water
  • Liquid / wetrack (pH, conductivity, turbidity, chlorine, dissolved oxygen)


Physical Properties Analysers:

  • RVP (Reid vapour pressure) / KVP (kinetic vapour pressure)
  • Freeze Point
  • Pour Point
  • Cloud Point
  • Flash Point
  • Simulated Distillation (SIMDIS)
  • Boiling Point
  • Viscosity
  • Colour
  • Specific Gravity
  • Gas Density

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