integrated emissions monitoring Articles

  • Utility Monitoring in a School Building

    Universal Input Data Loggers Offer Total Building Solution A customer needed a utility monitoring solution to accurately monitor utility usage in a school building, totalized by floor. They needed to present this data in an easy-to-understand dashboard for each wing and as an aggregate total for the entire building. The client also had electric sub-panels on each floor, but they are separated ...


    By CAS DataLoggers

  • Planning for a Gas Monitoring System

    Do you need a gas monitoring system? Then you already know which gases you want to monitor, you probably have an idea of measurement ranges and accuracy requirements, and perhaps you have a budget for the system. But which other aspects have to be considered, and how do you actually design the system? ...


    By Opsis AB

  • Field evaluation of a near–real time elemental monitor and identification of element sources observed at an air monitoring supersite in Korea

    Abstract Ambient measurements of elemental species concentrations were made using an online elemental monitor at an air pollution monitoring station in Gwangju, Korea to evaluate the performance of the monitor for near–real time PM2.5 elemental monitoring and identify possible sources of the observed elements. This study also demonstrates the utility of integrating hourly ...

  • Clyde companies manages air emissions relative to production using enviance - Case Study

    Building material company integrated Enviance with production systems to trend emissions data and monitor internal and regulatory limits. Originally founded more than 80 years ago, Clyde  Companies, Inc. was formed in 1997 to consolidate the  business entities owned and operated by the Clyde family  and to provide support services for its subsidiaries: W.W.  Clyde, Geneva ...


    By Enviance, Inc.

  • Axetris LGD F200-NH3 successfully integrated and tested at Harper Adams University - Case study

    Researchers at Harper Adams University, Shropshire, United Kingdom, built and tested a multi-channel ammonia monitoring system by integrating the Axetris LGD F200 with the goal of developing a system which would provide substantially higher measurement performance, while being cost-efficient and robust for real-world use. Extensive tests were conducted over the span of multiple years, and the LGD ...


    By Axetris Ag

  • Micro Pulse LiDAR Monitors Air Quality at Mining Sites in Real Time - Case Study

    Early Detection of Adverse Particulate Matter Aids Dust Management Dust emissions at open-cut coal mines are a potential threat to air quality in surrounding areas. To learn more about particulate matter (PM) and how it travels beyond a mine’s boundaries, a research grant from the Australian Coal Association Research Program (ACARP) was awarded to Pacific Environment, an environmental ...

  • American Electric Power takes the lead in greenhouse gas management - Case Study

    The Enviance System allows AEP to enter data only once, and use it for multiple reporting requirements across a wide range of compliance programs As one of the nation’s largest generators of electricity, AEP recognized more ...


    By Enviance, Inc.

  • Volatile Organic Compounds measurement in tropical and temperate climates: Concentration levels in urban and rural areas

    Rapid urbanization and economic development in past decades have led to air pollution problems such as excess of nitrogen oxides (NOx), carbon monoxide (CO) and volatile organic compounds (VOCs) and Semivolatile Organic Compounds (SVOCs). Motor vehicle exhaust, industrial emissions, chemical solvents as well as biogenic emissions are the major anthropogenic sources of VOCs. Depending on the area ...


    By Chromatotec Group

  • Axetris achieves Silver Gas Award 2013

    Here the original text from G&I: „The Axetris AG LGD F200 self-contained laser gas detector module is designed for integration by original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) of selective catalytic reduction (SCR) systems and monitoring equipment and is based on proprietary technology- enhanced tuneable diode laser spectrometry. The OEM module can measure concentrations from well under ...


    By Axetris Ag

  • How Gas Analyzers Can Benefit the Automotive Industry

    Emissions standards imposed upon auto engineering firms in the US could be set to change, as the Environmental Protection Agency reviews the current standards which have been in place since 2012. The EPA are considering redressing the greenhouse gas emissions standards for light-duty vehicles due for production in the model years 2022—2025, citing changing economic circumstances as the ...


    By Hiden Analytical Ltd.

  • Rotary Kiln Incineration Plant - Case Study

    The R1200 plant was installed in the early 00’s in Macau. The fully integrated system boasts a burn rate if 1200kg per hour and accepts a variety of different waste streams that include, clinical waste, pharmaceutical waste, liquid waste that includes solvents, waste oil, shredded tyres and well as some livestock as large as horses. The rotary kilns incineration principle is defined by one ...

  • Illustrating our best solutions - Case study

    Sierra CP can help you design, build or upgrade your next world class engine and vehicle test facility.  Our working style is one of teamwork, innovation, flexible solutions and challenging the status quo in all that we do.  Your facility must reflect your brand to the highest level in look and feel and back it up with excellent testing ...


    By Sierra Instruments, Inc.

  • The top questions...and answers on measuring temperature in glass production

    Get the answers to the top questions asked about temperature measurement in glass production 1. How can I measure Glass Tank Refractory Temperatures? The NIR Borescope is used for continuous temperature monitoring and recording of the refractory inside a glass tank offering ...


    By AMETEK Land

  • What is TPO and Why is it Performed?

    Temperature programmed oxidation (TPO) is an analytical technique capable of establishing the oxidation of an element or compound through thermal excitation, with various applications in the field of catalysis. The performance of TPO requires a furnace or microreactor capable of increasing temperatures of a catalyst in precise increments up to extreme conditions, for example in brackets of ...


    By Hiden Analytical Ltd.

  • EHS 4.0: What You Need to Know About the Digital Transformation

    Environmental, health and safety (EHS) management has always had three main goals: to keep people safe, minimize negative impact on the environment and keep operations running productively and without incident. This means adhering strictly to compliance regulations and looking ...


    By EtQ, LLC

  • Planetary Boundary Layer: Why is it Important?

    The famous statistician George Box said “All models are wrong, but some are useful”—for calculating air quality indices and emissions estimates this is certainly true. One way to increase the utility of models is to use up-to-the-minute, local Planetary Boundary Layer (PBL) measurements as an input when generating top-down emissions estimates. ...

  • Making wet waste destruction a sustainable reality

    Irish environmental company SCFI was supported by the European Union’s Eco-Innovation initiative in a project to build a portable unit to demonstrate its innovative AquaCritox wet waste treatment technology. This White Paper describes the science behind hydrothermal oxidation (HTO) as a waste treatment methodology and its potential across a range of industrial applications, which is now, ...


    By SCFI Group Limited

Need help finding the right suppliers? Try XPRT Sourcing. Let the XPRTs do the work for you