AirVision / CEM - Source Emissions Reporting Software
Boiler MACT. Portland Cement MACT. International 40CFR60 requirements. Specific permit reporting requirements. They’re all a distraction from the main business purpose of your facility- making product. You need a system that automates as much of the data collection, quality assurance, and reporting, while still providing you immediate notification of sensor malfunctions.
AirVision/CEM is specifically designed to meet these needs. With its Automatic Data Validation Processor (ADVP), AirVision can both make necessary data/flag adjustments and provide notifications for the most important data conditions via e-mail.
Standard reports can be automatically emailed to your desktop or PDA every day for quick reviews.
Upgrading your existing DAHS is very easy- we can tie into most plant and CEM equipment via serial or Ethernet digital interfaces, and support legacy analog/discrete connections where necessary. Experienced Agilaire engineers will set up your system based on internal requirements and permit requirements to make an easy, turnkey transition.
The intuitive interface in AirVision /CEM will ensure an easier, less cumbersome work process to get your compliants report out on time, with confidence.
For sources with both source and ambient reporting requirements, AirVision is especially convenient because a single server can meet all of the facilities reporting requirements in one convenient, consistent interface.
Portland Cement MACT
The new Portland Cement MACT requirements involve some very specific methods of calculations that older DAHS systems generally can’t handle or would require extensive modification, such as the need for the 7-day and 30-day rolling averages to be based on 15-minute input data, rather than the hourly / daily averages normally associated with older 40CFR60 requirements. The need to distinguish startup/shutdown data into each of the rolling average buffers is especially critical. Don’t fail a future data audit that casts years of data into question by trying to adapt your old 40CFR60 system. Find out what AirVision ™/CEM can do for you.
Alberta Electronic Reporting
AirVision /CEM supports the specific data handling and reporting requirements for Alberta sources as well.
Modern Alarm Notification
AirVision does offer a modernized approach to alarm management and routine reporting, allowing alarms and schedule reports to be distributed via e-mail / SMS to your desktop, remote users, smartphones, and corporate data servers. Users can even set up different devices to receive different kinds of notifications.
Cement MAC T Support
Most older CEM software systems do not incorporate the new logic for 7-day and 30-day rolling averages (delineating upset / startup / shutdown days) required for the new Cement MACT rules. AirVision/CEM includes this capability out of the box, representing an easy upgrade for older systems.
Real-time trend display
Supports any average interval (10s, minute, 6-minute, hourly, daily, etc.). The list of parameters can be minimized for more screen space. Application can be set to automatically open one or more such displays automatically on user login.
Alarm Display Panel - user can filter if they want to only see active alarms, unacked alarms, etc. When an alarm is selected, the user can see details (including a list of the triggering readings) via the bottom panel
CEM System Control
- AirVision offers several options for the CEM control:
- Modbus or OPC connection to existing PLCs and follow existing cal/blowback programs
- Support for existing ESC 8816 / 8832 controllers, including configuration download
- Internal ‘virtual logger’ that can connect to inexpensive I/O modules
Alarm Definition Screen- triggers on any flag / limit, so it can be used for both high/low alarms, and instrumentation fault alarms. User can define colors, priority, whether new averages cause new notifications, and whether the user should be notified on return to normal condition. In addition to the alarm panel, the user can receive email notifications.