Stack Monitoring Equipment in Guinea

Serving Guinea | Near Guinea
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A Real-time odor watch system.

by SCIENTEC LAB CENTER CO LTD     based in Daejeon, SOUTH KOREA

* Features.- Optimization of odor monitoring system in a plant. - Long life Diaphragm micro duel pump - Range of sensor options available (6 different kinds of sensors maximum). - Continuous output monitoring on LCD display. - CDMA wireless data transmission. - Providing customized odor information as O.U, O.I ,ppm - Off limits, by equipping ...

Vortex - Model DN32 - Steam Flow Meter

by Bell Flow Systems Ltd.     based in Buckingham, UNITED KINGDOM

Compact Mounted Digital Display ( Remote display option). Application: Steam ( Option available for RHI Steam applications). Remote Data Networking Capabilities.

Vortex - Model DN25 - Steam Flow Meter

by Bell Flow Systems Ltd.     based in Buckingham, UNITED KINGDOM

Compact Mounted Digital Display (Remote display option). Application: Steam (Option available for RHI Steam applications). Remote Data Networking Capabilities.

Westech - Model MST - Manual Stack Sampling Train

by Westech Scientific Instruments (Westech)     based in Upper Stondon, UNITED KINGDOM

Westech Scientific Instruments (Westech) provides a complete range of Manual Stack Trains for isokinetic and gas sampling of emissions to determine all major emitted pollutants. The standard equipment is modified to meet all current European legislation and requirements and will still comply with existing USEPA methods. A complete range of ...

Sampling System

by EcoChem Analytics     based in League City, TEXAS (USA)

In order for a Continuous Emission Monitoring System (CEMS) to function as desired it must be configured to deal with the environment and source type it will operate in. The rude fact is that the application engineering aspect of CEMS may be the most important part and it is in sampling systems where that is most critical. But it is not easy, ...


LaserGas - Model II - Single Path Monitor for In-Situ Measurement in Stacks

by Neo Monitors AS     based in Skedsmokorset, NORWAY

Single Path Monitors are designed for in-situ measurement in stacks, ducts, or reactors with typical path lengths in the range 0.5 to 20 meters. By-pass and extractive configurations are also possible. The monitors’ compact design comprises the transmitter unit with laser module; collimating optics, and main electronics and the receiver unit ...

Lancom - Model 4 - Portable Combustion & Stack Emissions Gas Analyser

by Land Instruments International     based in Dronfield, UNITED KINGDOM

The Lancom 4 is a compact, portable combustion and emissions analyser for checking or testing a boiler system or pollutant process. Building on the success of the Lancom III, the Lancom 4 is represents the next generation of portable gas analyser technology. It has the capability to monitor up to 9 different gases, and a total of 17 measurement ...


CES - Model Xact™ 640 - Stack Monitor

by Cooper Environmental Services, LLC     based in Beaverton, OREGON (USA)

For efficient pollution control, CES’ Xact™ 640 system uses reel-to-reel (RTR) filter tape sampling and nondestructive X-ray fluorescence (XRF) analysis to monitor stack hazardous air pollutant (HAP) metal emissions. An isokinetic sub-sample of stack gas goes into the stilling chamber and then drawn through a chemically ...

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.

Model 1010 - Single Channel Cross Duct CO Gas Analyser

by Codel International Ltd     based in Bakewell, UNITED KINGDOM

The Model 1010 is a single channel cross-duct analyser for the measurement of CO. It uses an infrared transmitter to project a beam of light across the duct to a receiver mounted opposite. The light beam is tuned to a specific wavelength where the CO molecules absorb the light energy but there is no interference from water vapour and other gases. ...

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