emissions monitoring systems Equipment in Mauritania

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Model APS - Acid Precipitation Sampler

by New Star Environmental Inc.     based in Roswell, GEORGIA (US) (USA)

Modern pollutants including sulfur dioxide (SO2) and nitrogen oxides (NOx) combine in the atmosphere with water vapor and return to the environment as sulfuric (H2SO4) and nitric acids (HNO3).

Model MIR-9000 - Continuous Emissions Monitoring Systems

by a1-cbiss     based in Birkenhead, UNITED KINGDOM

Measurement Technique: Utilising Infra-Red Gas Filter Correlation allows the MIR-9000 to offer up to ten gas measurements simultaneously, including Nitric Oxide (NO), Nitrogen Dioxide (NO2), Sulphur Dioxide (SO2), Carbon Monoxide (CO), even Hydrogen Chloride (HCl) and Hydrogen Fluoride (HF).

Model Dilution Series - Continuous Emissions Monitoring Systems

by Monitoring Solutions     based in Indianapolis, INDIANA (USA)

A Dilution CEMS offers the lowest maintenance of any CEMS by it's elimination of sample conditioners and pumps. Compressed air is used to 'power' the Dilution CEMS. It is sent up the stack where it is mixed with the stack gas at a 100:1 ratio (typ.). The sample is then pushed down to the analyzers. Besides the stack gas being diluted, the moisture ...

Model Extraction Series - Continuous Emissions Monitoring Systems

by Monitoring Solutions     based in Indianapolis, INDIANA (USA)

Extraction CEMS are the most commonly used CEMS today. They are accurate and reliable to very low pollutant levels (single digit ppm). Today's Extraction CEMS are built to run 24/7, 365 days a year. Given the right stack conditions, they are easy to operate and maintain.

a1-cbiss - Model MIR-9000-CLD - Multi-Gas Continuous Emissions Monitoring System

by a1-cbiss     based in Birkenhead, UNITED KINGDOM

a1-cbiss and Environnement S.A have developed a multi-gas continuous emissions monitoring system utilising the Standard Reference Methods (SRM) for the monitoring of NO, N2O, NO2, NOx, CO, CO2 and O2. It also utilises the technology stated in the Alternative Reference Method (ARM) for SO2.

Model MIR-FTIR - Continuous Emission Monitoring Systems (CEMS)

by a1-cbiss     based in Birkenhead, UNITED KINGDOM

Measurement Technique: Installed across the majority of the UK’s municipal waste incinerators, the MIR-FT Utilises Fourier Transform Infra-Red (FT-IR) to offer multiple gas measurements simultaneously, including NO, NO2, SO2, NH3, HCl and CO. With the emissions limits tightening and new gases being introduced, this instrument allows future ...

MIDAC - Open Path Air Monitoring System

by MIDAC Corporation     based in Westfield, MASSACHUSETTS (USA)

The MIDAC Open Path Air Monitoring System is compact, versatile, and rugged. Designed to detect and measure a wide range of key contaminants simultaneously, it has been used in many different configurations to address a diverse list of applications. The MIDAC systems can provide continuous, unattached, near real-time detection at ppb levels for ...

Continuous Emissions Monitoring Systems Analyzers

by Monitoring Solutions     based in Indianapolis, INDIANA (USA)

Monitoring Solutions is proud to offer a complete line of CEMS analyzers for upgrades and replacements. For both dilution and extraction systems, we offer analyzers for the most common CEMS gases including: NOx, SO2, CO, CO2 O3, and NH3.

Teledyne - Model ML675 - Dilution-Extractive System

by Teledyne Monitor Labs, Inc.     based in Englewood, COLORADO (USA)

The Teledyne ML675 dilution-extractive system can be used in 40CFR75, 40CFR60, and process control applications. In this system, sample is prepared for analysis by diluting stack gas with clean, dry instrument air at the probe location. Since no moisture is removed with dilution, measurements for SO2, NOx, CO, THC and CO2 are made on a wet basis.

ETG - Model UVEGA - Emission Monitoring System

by ETG Risorse e Tecnologia     based in Montiglio, ITALY

The heart of the UVEGA system is based on charge capacitor diode array (CCD) technology. The fundamentals of the system’s operation is simple. First, ultra-violet light is generated from some type of source, usually either a deuterium or xenon lamp. The light is collected and concentrated using special optics. The concentrated light then ...

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