Enviro Technology Announces MCerts Approval for Opsis System 300
The gases covered under the MCERTS certificate are SO2 NO2 O3 and benzene (C6H6).
“Not only is the OPSIS system the first to receive MCERTS for CAMs (continuous air monitoring systems) but it is also unique from any other system as it utilises an open-path measurement technique, making it far more representative than traditional ambient analysers that measure air pollution from just one point,” says Duncan Mounsor, Enviro Technology’s Operations Director.
“The OPSIS system has received the approval for the criteria pollutants as well as benzene, which coupled with the extremely low maintenance requirements of the system means that it is ideal for local authorities and industry alike for urban and fenceline air quality monitoring applications.”
“We have seem steady growth in local authorities choosing this system for street canyon and dispersion model validation exercises and now with MCERTS approval, and a price comparable with traditional monitoring techniques, we anticipate increased levels of interest and expect to be installing many new systems during 2005,” adds Duncan.
The System 300 is a complete “all-inclusive” package which includes the OPSIS analyser (AR500), an emitter/receiver set for path lengths up 500m (longer paths and additional gases are optional) and software for data collection and analysis.
Enviro Technology is fully committed to the MCERTS scheme with various analysers for continuous emissions monitoring already MCERTS approved and other ambient analysers will be approved over the next 12 months.
For further information about Enviro Technology’s products and services please contact Duncan Mounsor on 01453 733232 or send an email