The Gasmet Technologies (UK) stands (Nos. 38 & 39) at AQE 2018 will focus on continuous emissions monitoring systems (CEMS) for a wide variety of parameters including mercury.
In January this year, Gasmet announced that the CMMS (Continuous Mercury Monitoring System) had successfully completed EN15267-3 testing and now provides the lowest EN15267 certified range for measurements of Mercury. The instrument is certified for operation across a number of different ranges up to 1000 µg/m3, but importantly, the lowest range is 0 to 5 µg/m3. This means that the Gasmet CMMS is able to monitor at the low levels that are increasingly being required by environmental permits.
Gasmet Technologies (formerly Quantitech) is able to design, install and commission bespoke MCERTS approved CEMS for all specified parameters including particulates. These systems include the latest FTIR technology, the CEMS IIe, as well as MCERTS approved analysers for TOC and oxygen.
In addition to CEMS, Gasmet also provides the unique DX4000 portable FTIR analyser, and a portable ambient/workplace version of this technology will be available on the stand. Experts from Gasmet will be available to help customers choose the best monitoring technology for their application.
About Gasmet Tehchnologies (UK) Limited:
Gasmet Technologies (UK) Limited (formerly Quantitech Ltd), established in 1983, provides advanced environmental and process monitoring instrumentation in the UK and Ireland. A subsidiary of Gasmet Technologies Oy (see www.gasmet.com), the company's success is built upon the quality of the world-leading products and customised systems that it is able to offer, coupled with outstanding levels of service.
Gasmet's testing and monitoring equipment helps customers to demonstrate regulatory compliance, improve process efficiency, and protect health, safety and the environment.
With expertise in emissions monitoring, combustion analysis, process gas analysis, leak detection, occupational hygiene, VOC monitoring and environmental analysis, Gasmet’s highly experienced and qualified staff are able to recommend and configure instruments such as continuous emissions monitoring systems (CEMS), installed and portable gas analysers, TDLAS process gas analysers, multigas FTIR monitors, FID analysers and industrial gas sensors.