Stack Monitoring Equipment in Netherlands Antilles

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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.

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.

Sauereisen - Model No. 35 - Chemical-Resistant Castable

by Sauereisen Inc     based in Pittsburgh, PENNSYLVANIA (USA)

Sauereisen Chemical-Resistant Castable No. 35 is a gunitable, hydraulicallysetting, calcium aluminate cement. No. 35 is recommended for protection of concrete and steel surfaces from high temperatures, thermal shock, abrasion and chemical attack by mild acids or alkalies. No. 35 can eliminate costly firebrick or tile linings and is equally ...

TPI - Model 708 - Combustion Efficiency Analyzer

by Test Products International, Inc. (TPI)     based in Beaverton, OREGON (USA)

TPI Model 708 Combustion Efficiency Analyzer. The carbon monoxide sensor used in TPI combustion efficiency analyzers feature an on-board filter capable of filtering NO (nitric oxide), NO2 (nitrogen dioxide) and NOX (combination of NO and NO2) to prevent cross sensitivity errors. Use TPI analyzers to test flue gases in gas and oil fired equipment ...

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 ...

CES - Model Xact™ 645 - Mercury Monitor

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

CES’ Xact™ 645 continuous mercury (Hg) monitor collects and analyzes emission samples for mercury, which can be measured simultaneously using patented reactive filter technology and nondestructive X-ray fluorescence (XRF). A sample of gas is extracted from a source, diluted, and drawn through a chemically reactive filter tape. Vapor ...

Model DCEM1000 - Single Pass Opacity Dust Monitor

by Codel International Ltd     based in Bakewell, UNITED KINGDOM

The DCEM1000 Opacity Monitor is a single-pass optical device which uses visible light to measure the opacity and dust concentration within the flue gas. The monitor consists of a transmitter and receiver arrangement with digital data processing in a local display unit. The monitor can display data in either opacity, extinction or dust density in ...

Model DCEM1001 - Single Pass Opacity Dust Monitor

by Codel International Ltd     based in Bakewell, UNITED KINGDOM

The DCEM1001 Opacity Monitor is a single-pass optical device which uses visible light to measure the opacity and dust concentration within the flue gas. The monitor consists of a transmitter and receiver arrangement with digital data processing in a local display unit. The monitor can display data in either opacity, extinction or dust density in ...

Dwyer - Model Series 641 - Air Velocity Transmitter

by Dwyer Instruments Inc     based in Michigan City, INDIANA (USA)

The new Series 641 Air Velocity Transmitter is the ideal instrument for monitoring air flow. This transmitter uses a heated mass flow sensor which allows for precise velocity measurements at various flow rates and temperatures. The 641’s 16 field selectable ranges provides it the versatility to be selected for several air flow applications. ...

HI-Q - Stack Sampling System Design

by HI-Q Environmental Products Company     based in San Diego, CALIFORNIA (USA)

HI-Q is ready to help with your stack sampling requirements: State and Federal nuclear regulatory agencies require a stack discharge sampling program as part of the licensing process. Radionuclides discharged to the air in the form of particulate and volatile compounds must be assayed. Therefore, nuclear facilities are required to follow standard ...

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