flue gas emissions Equipment

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VCEM5000 - Flue Gas Flow Monitor

by Codel International Ltd

Continuous emission monitoring often only considers the density of the emissions (e.g mg/Nm3) In order to obtain a measurement of total emissions for pollution monitoring (e.g kg/hr) it is necessary to either calculate or measure flow within the gas stream. The VCEM5000 provides non-contact measurement of gas velocity using a time-delay ...

VCEM5100 - Flue Gas Flow Monitor

by Codel International Ltd

Continuous on-line analysis often only considers the density of the emissions (e.g mg/Nm3) In order to obtain a measurement of total emissions for pollution monitoring (e.g kg/hr) it is necessary to either calculate or measure flow within the gas stream. The VCEM5100 provides non-contact measurement of gas velocity using a time-delay correlation ...

SmartCEM - Continuous Monitoring of Flue Gas Emissions

by Codel International Ltd

SmartCEM is the ultimate solution for continuous monitoring of flue gas emissions. It is a fully integrated monitoring concept from the basic analysers and their calibration verification packages through to digital communications, data logging and automatic reporting.

GCEM40 Series - In-situ Flue Gas Analyser

by Codel International Ltd

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.

GCEM4000 - Multi-channel In-situ Flue Gas Analyser

by Codel International Ltd

The GCEM4000 is a multi-channel flue gas analyser that uses Non-Dispersive Infrared Absorption (NDIR) technology. It provides high accuracy, low maintenance measurement of all the key combustion process emissions to atmosphere. It is capable of operating in very high dust loading conditions, up to several gm/m3 of dust. Its performance can be ...

GCEM4100 - Multi Channel Extractive Flue Gas Analyser

by Codel International Ltd

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 ...

Flue Gas Recirculation Systems

by Epcon Industrial Systems, LP

Flue Gas Recirculation (FGR) acts to reduce NOx formation by reducing peak flames temperatures. In conventional applications, the recirculated flue gas is typically extracted from the boiler outlet duct upstream of the air heater. The flue gas is then returned through a separate duct and hot gas fan to the combustion air duct that feeds the wind ...

Gaseous Pollutants For Flue Gases

by Santes Ltd. Co.

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 ...

Tekran - 3300Xi - Mercury Continuous Emission Monitor

by Tekran Instruments Corporation

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.

Flue Gas Cleaning Equipment

by Jernforsen

The emission requirement from the authorities has been tightened  dramatically in the last 10 years.This means that we at Jernforsen also provide equipment for flue gas cleaning for our plants. This is done through three different technologies in order to meet our customers' financial needs and the regulatory requirements.

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