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  • Normalisation in Emissions Monitoring – What Does It Mean?

    Normalisation in Emissions Monitoring – What Does It Mean?

    Emission sources (stack emissions) are found across different industries including power generation, cement production, steel making, energy from waste, chemicals processing, oil and gas refining and food processing. Emission monitoring systems ...

    Teresa Shirley

  • The Requirement for SCR & SNCR

    The Requirement for SCR & SNCR

    For decades coal has been the fuel of choice for most power stations around the world but also happens to be the most pollutant. The environmental regulation in Europe, China and India has stringent emission limits which coal fired power stations ...

    Teresa Shirley

  • The all NEW TunnelTech 305 Air Flow Monitor

    The all NEW TunnelTech 305 Air Flow Monitor

    With over 30 years’ experience in the tunnelling market, CODEL are excited to have recently launched the 6th generation single point flow monitor utilising the very latest ultrasonic technology. CODEL’s tunnel monitoring products ...

    Teresa Shirley

  • Are You Using Bag Filters to Control Dust Emissions?

    Are You Using Bag Filters to Control Dust Emissions?

    Power plants, cement plants, steel plants, smelters, asphalt plants, incinerators, food manufacturers, chemical producers, pharmaceutical producers, and other industrial companies are widely using bag filters to control Dust Emission. On some ...

    Teresa Shirley

  • So, What Are the Benefits of Using CODEL TunnelTech Analysers in Road Tunnels?

    So, What Are the Benefits of Using CODEL TunnelTech Analysers in Road Tunnels?

    CODEL tunnel sensors are designed exclusively for road tunnel applications. Our range of sensors provide all the essential measurements necessary to monitor and control the tunnel atmosphere. Whilst the initial cost to install analysers into the ...

    Teresa Shirley

  • Why Measure Flue Gas Velocity?

    Why Measure Flue Gas Velocity?

    Many industrial processes release flue gases to the atmosphere. Under European Directives the majority of those are classed as emission sources and therefore require continuous emission monitoring. European standards for monitoring pollutants and ...

  • Which type of Dust Monitor do I need, Optical or Triboelectric?

    Which type of Dust Monitor do I need, Optical or Triboelectric?

    Smoke and dust are both known as particulate matter (PM).  PM can be measured via a number of different techniques, including Opacity and Triboelectric effect. Opacity is a measure of light attenuated as it crosses the stack. A proportion of ...

  • Getting the Design Right for a Reliable CO Mill Fire Monitoring System

    Getting the Design Right for a Reliable CO Mill Fire Monitoring System

    Potential coal fires and coal-induced explosions in a coal handling system pose serious safety concerns for any industry that is using pulverized coal. Spontaneous combustion of coal in a coal handling system (coal conveyors, coal mills, coal ...

    Teresa Shirley