Emerson’s Dave McMillen presents New Developments in CEMS Analysis using Quantum Cascade Laser Spectroscopy at the 4C HSE conference in Austin, Texas.
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Highly Accurate Continuous Emissions Monitoring
Continuous emission monitoring systems (CEMS) are used by manufacturers and producers that have combustion and other forms of emissions releases as part of their processes. These systems provide the information required for regulatory reporting. A recent news...
Continuous Emissions Monitoring for Energy Optimization
For process manufacturers, the energy bill can up to 40-60% of the total operating budget. One way to optimize the energy expended is with Continuous Emissions Monitoring Systems (CEMS). Many people think of CEMS as something used for emissions regulatory reporting to...
Continuous Gas Analyzers for Emissions, Gas Analysis and Compliance
The combustion process leads to emissions which must be measured and reported to regulatory authorities in jurisdictions where process manufacturers and producers operate. Technologies such as Quantum Cascade Laser (QCL) and Tunable Diode Laser (TDL) are used to sense...
Combustion Gas Measurement and Monitoring Standards
A person searching on the subject of gas-fired heaters came upon one of the many posts here on this blog. He wanted to know: Is there any International standard or code compliance to measure or monitor the gases (like type of gas and range, etc.) in the gas fired...
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