Total Mercury Monitoring
Articles & Whitepapers
Regulating Mercury Emissions
Historically, mercury (Hg) has found its use in many products such as thermometers, batteries, and fluorescent lamps. However, mercury is extremely toxic, and it has in modern days been banned from use in most applications. By example, the Minamata Convention on Mercury from 2013 has been designed to prevent releases of mercury and mercury compounds in order to protect human health and the ...
Continuous Mercury Monitoring Requires Reliable and High-Quality Systems with High Top-tier Sensitivity
In this blog post, we answer the most frequently asked questions about our fully optimized solutions for continuous monitoring of mercury emissions, CMM and CMM AutoQAL, our new continuous mercury ...
Lumex Instruments analyzer helped to identify the sources of mercury in the Siberian tigers
During the research, scientists find out that the total mercury content in tigers’ fur is higher in coastal area comparing to inland. The similar mercury distribution was found in lichens. Authors consider several possible reasons for ...
Equipment & Solutions
Continuous Mercury Monitoring Systems
Continuous Mercury Monitoring systems CMM AutoQAL and CMM systems are the perfect solutions for monitoring mercury continuously from hot, wet and corrosive gas streams. These future-proof systems have the lowest certified range in the world (0-5 µg/m3) and CMM AutoQAL has an automatic and integrated QAL3 validation tool.