- Inbuilt isolation, calibration and blowback
- Stainless steel filters
- Probe tube heater when necessary
- Simplicity of sample system
- Reactive gases such as HCl and NH3 can be measured
- Entire sampling system greater than 365°F (185°C)
- Direct measurement of water
- Multicomponent analyzer will measure all gases simultaneously while taking into account
- interfering compounds
- All measurements are made at ground level (ease of maintenance for analyzer)
For the past several years, wes have provided Hot-Wet Multicomponent IR based Continuous Emissions Monitoring Systems (CEMS) for regulatory and process applications. These systems have been installed at locations ranging from power plants, cement kilns, waste incinerators etc. throughout the world. In spite of their tremendous performance track record, frequently the question that is asked to us is … “Why is your Multicomponent system superior to the traditional discrete analyzers system which is proposed by other vendors?” … we will answer that question!
We start by examining the two crucial components in a CEMS — the sampling system and the analyzer detection technique. Summarizing our technology — we uses a Hot-Wet approach where the entire system (probe, sample line, pump and sample cell) is maintained at a temperature greater than 185 degC (365degF) and all components are detected using ONE analyzer.
Category: A- Emission Monitoring (CEMS)