flue gas emissions Equipment

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Model E8500 - Portable Industrial Flue Gas & Emissions Analyzer

by Keika Ventures, LLC (KV)     based in Chapel Hill, NORTH CAROLINA (USA)

The E8500 is the Most Powerful & Advanced Portable Gas Analyzer on the Market, and is a Complete, Portable Tool for EPA Compliance Level Emissions Monitoring.

Model VCEM5100 - Flue Gas Flow Monitor

by Codel International Ltd     based in Bakewell, UNITED KINGDOM

The VCEM 5000/51000 represents the latest generation of CODEL’s uni ue flow monitors. These systems measure the velocity of stack gases using a highly accurate time of flight measurement that is derived from a cross correlation analysis of the infra-red emissions of the turbulent gas. Two robust infrared detectors are used for the prime ...

Model GCEM4100 - Multi Channel Extractive Flue Gas Analyser

by Codel International Ltd     based in Bakewell, UNITED KINGDOM

The GCEM4100 is a hot extractive analyser for difficult flue gas monitoring applications. It uses infrared absorption spectroscopy to measure up to seven pollutant species in a single self-contained unit. Many conventional extractive systems require the sampled gas to be cleaned and dried to a very high standard prior to analysis, invariably ...

Model GCEM40 - Single or Multi-Channel In-situ Flue Gas Analyser

by Codel International Ltd     based in Bakewell, UNITED KINGDOM

The GCEM40 series is our latest generation of in-situ gas analysers. Designed for use primarily on combustion processes the analysers measure the key pollutants such as CO, NO, NO2, NOx, SO2, CH4, HCl, CO2 and H2O.

Particulate Scrubber for Industrial Emissions Control

by Babcock & Wilcox MEGTEC     based in De Pere, WISCONSIN (USA)

Wet particulate scrubbers can be used to separate particulate from a flue gas stream, thereby reducing particulate emissions. B&W MEGTEC offers wet particulate scrubbers, including B&W’s Turbulaire® and Microdyne scrubber designs and the TurboVenturi scrubber to control emissions from many industrial process operations, including ...

Portable Flue Gas Analyzers

by ENCO LTD     based in Athens, GREECE

ENCO offers a complete range of latest technology and high quality portable flue gas analyzers, from handheld instruments for spot measurements to heavy duty industrial versions capable for long term measurements using combined electrochemical cell and InfraRed technology. We offer a competent technical support including continuous availability of ...

Model GA-5000M - Flue Gas Analyzer OEM Module

by HANGZHOU ZETIAN TECHNOLOGY CO., LTD     based in Hangzhou, CHINA

It is used for measuring harmful gas composition from pollution discharge pipes, mainly used for departments of environmental monitoring and thermal parameter measurement. It's used to monitor harmful gas concentration of SO2, NO, NO2, etc. Compared with the instrument using electrochemical sensor measurements, it has higher accuracy, higher ...

Model IM1440H - Ideal Combustion Analyzer

by IM Environmental Equipment Germany GmbH     based in Heilbronn, GERMANY

The new IM1440H is the ideal combustion analyzer for professional emission testing!“ The IM1440H is easy to use and still very rugged. It measures not only all the needed parameters but it also has an automatic pressure test for gas pipes.

Testo - Model 350 - Portable Flue Gas Analyzer

by Control Analytics, Inc.     based in Export, PENNSYLVANIA (USA)

The Testo Model 350 is the most innovative portable combustion analyzer on the market today. Features of the Testo 350 include a new exclusive sensor design, patented gas paths, active sample conditioning and advance data logging and reporting. These features work seamlessly to provide a lightweight and simple-to-use monitoring solution.

Flue Gas Recirculation Systems

by M-E-C Company     based in Neodesha, KANSAS (USA)

M-E-C Flue Gas Recirculation (FGR) Systems utilize the rflue gas systemecycled dryer exhaust gas to recover thermal energy and reduce the need for emission abatement machinery. This process minimizes the size of the emission abatement machinery, thereby reducing investment and operating expenses. M-E-C FGR Systems can be designed for new drying ...

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