Used and approved by leading boiler manufacturers, the Kane 450 is a handheld, portable and useful commercial and domestic boiler analyser with a wide range of features.
Suitable for use with both commercial and domestic boilers that use natural gas, propane, butane, LPG, light oils and wood pellets as fuel, the Kane 450 delivers high precision results and breaks down everything you need to know when installing, commissioning or servicing a boiler.
The analyser includes a 0-4000ppm CO sensor with H2 compensation and can be used to measure combustion, tightness, CO build-up, differential temperature, let-by and more, all with a high degree of accuracy. OPTIONAL high- and low- range nitric oxide sensors are available (please call for details) further extending this instrument's capabilities (PLEASE NOTE: nitric oxide sensors are NOT supplied as standard).
By using a Kane KMIRP infrared printer (sold separately), most testing results can be sent directly to the printer and printed out on-site.
Sick of jotting down all of your results? The Kane 450 also comes with internal memory which can store 99 combustion tests, 20 pressure tests, 20 tightness tests, 20 temperature tests and 20 room CO tests.
Kane 450 Commercial and Domestic Boiler Analyser Key Features
- H2-compensated CO (carbon monoxide) sensor accurate to 4000ppm
- 16 position rotary dial
- High accuracy manometer built-in
- Differential pressure measurements
- Multi-fuel operation - compatible with natural gas, propane, butane, LPG, light oils and wood pellets
- Battery life is typically more than 12+ hours
- Designed to meet BS7927, BS7967 and EN 50379
- Four line backlit screen
- Internal memory
- Protective rubber sleeve with a magnet - ideal for mounting on a boiler for hands-free use
- OPTIONAL high- and low- range nitric oxide sensors are available (please call for details)
- Kane 450 Commercial and Domestic Boiler Analyser
- KMCP2 Flue Probe
- 4 x AA Batteries
- 2 x Pressure Fittings
Please note that our 7-day money back guarantee for flue gas analysers only applies if the tester is found to be faulty.