Pollutec 2014: new ultrasonic stack Flowmeter launched

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Source: Environnement S.A

Environnement S.A, leading specialist in the development, manufacture and supply of continuous gas and particulate emission monitors, introduce the STACKFLØW 400 designed specifically to monitor releases from industrial sources complying with the European Monitoring Standard EN-16911-2.

STACKFLØW 400 uses PCME*’s unique FlueSonic™ technology and mathematical measurement algorithm (patent pending) that allows the transit time of the signal to be measured accurately in real stack conditions hence permitting:

  • An extended measurement path of 400mm in a single stack mounted probe design
  • Capability to deal with flow profiles across the extended measurement path
  • Tolerance to contamination and flow eddies

Suitable for measuring flue gas flow rates after both bag filter and electrostatic precipitator arrestment plant, the STACKFLØW 400 is engineered with in-built self-checks and high quality assurance features which satisfy emission release data reporting obligations from a regulatory perspective. Typical applications include waste to energy and incineration plants, emissions from Steel, Chemical and Mineral processing applications, Gas Turbines and Coal-fired Power Plant.

Recently satisfying stringent QAL1 tests to meet the latest requirements as specified in EN-15267-3 and EN-16911-2, the STACKFLØW 400 provides a complete solution for flow measurement according to EN 14181.

Based on a long experience of particulate emission measurement, the STACKFLØW 400 flowmeter is suitable for the aggressive monitoring environments found in industrial stacks. In addition, due to the unique extended measurement path (400mm) accurate and increased repeatable measurement is assured. Importantly, the STACKFLØW 400 facilitates stack velocity, volumetric flow and pollutant mass release calculations when linked to gas and dust CEMS.

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