flue gas emissions Equipment

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Gaseous Pollutants For Flue Gases

by Santes Ltd. Co.     based in Ankara, TURKEY

Flue gases originated from different sources contains hazardous gaseous pollutants such as SO2, SO3, H2S, HCl, HF. Those gases have a serious impact on the human health and the environment. Human health may be imposed in many ways with both short-term and long-term effects. Examples of short-term effects include irritation to the eyes, nose and ...

Particulate Matter (PM)

by Santes Ltd. Co.     based in Ankara, TURKEY

Particulate matter (PM) is an air pollutant consisting of a mixture of particles that can be solid, liquid or both, are suspended in the air and represent a complex mixture of organic and inorganic substances. These particles vary in size, composition and origin. Their properties are summarized according to their aerodynamic diameter, called ...

Tekran - Model 3300Xi - Mercury Continuous Emission Monitor

by Tekran Instruments Corporation     based in Knoxville, TENNESSEE (USA)

The EPA Electric Generating Unit Mercury and Air Toxics (EGU MATS) and Portland Cement Maximum Achievable Control Technology (PC MACT) regulations require reductions in gaseous mercury emissions. Tekran has proven technology to support mercury compliance monitoring, abatement system optimization, and performance audit testing instrumentation.

Heavy Metals For Combustion/Incineration Processes

by Santes Ltd. Co.     based in Ankara, TURKEY

Heavy metals are mainly produced during combustion/incineration processes. Heavy metals exert a range of chronic and acute toxic health effects including carcinogenic, neurological, hepatic and renal. Toxic effects associated with heavy metals generally occur at higher concentrations. Based on the source of heavy metals type of the metal emitted ...

Inova Semi Dry Flue Gas Treatment Process

by Hitachi Zosen Inova     based in Zurich, SWITZERLAND

Semi Dry: Simple, Effective and Waste Water Free. The semi dry flue gas treatment process removed acidic gaseous contaminants by neutralisation with hydrated lime dust. Heavy metal compounds and organic contaminants, such as dioxins and furans, are separated by adsorption onto activated carbon in the same process step.

Xerosorp For Dry Scrubbing Flue Gas Treatment Process

by Hitachi Zosen Inova     based in Zurich, SWITZERLAND

The dry scrubbing flue gas treatment process is designed to remove acidic gaseous contaminants by absorption with sodium bicarbonate. Due to the very high reactivity of sodium bicarbonate, only a small stoichiometry amount is required. The process is nearly independent of temperature and thus enables maximum energy recovery.

Testo - Model 330-2 LL - Flue Gas Analysers

by Testo Limited     based in Alton, UNITED KINGDOM

With long-life gas sensors, H2-compensated CO-sensor, rech. battery and calibration protocol, graphic display, Flue gas probe (180mm x 6mm), carry case.

Testo - Model 340 - Industrial Flue Gas Analyser

by Testo Limited     based in Alton, UNITED KINGDOM

Rising fuel costs for thermal systems highlight more and more the need for efficiency monitoring using emission measurements. A practical, easy-to-use emission analyser for a variety of applications is therefore ideal. A compact design combined with reliable engineering makes the Testo 340 the suitable analyser for commissioning, service and ...

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 GCEM40 Series - 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.

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