Gas Analysis Services (GAS) Partnership

As CODEL continues to expand the reach of its Process and CEMS range into new markets we are proud to announce the agreement of our new partnership to help increase sales coverage and provide direct customer support to clients in Ireland. CODEL will be working closely with Paul McCarthy of Gas Analysis Services (GAS). GAS […]

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McCarthy Environmental Ltd Partnership

CODEL are very excited to announce that they have entered into a strategic partnership with McCarthy Environmental Ltd. There is a shared vision and natural synergy between the organisations that brings together wider expertise in different areas of the industrial dust collector market. The partnership brings together CODEL’s design and manufacture of instrumentation for monitoring emissions to atmosphere […]

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Fire Protection and Safety in Tunnels 2020

CODEL International sponsored and exhibited at the Fire Protection and Safety in Tunnels 2020 Virtual Event held over two days on 29th and 30th June. Attendees had the opportunity to engage virtually with the industry to gain insight into the latest advances in tunnel safety with tunnel experts worldwide sharing their latest insights. As exhibitors […]

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EnergyTech 200 Series – Accurate Monitoring at an Affordable Price

CODEL’s EnergyTech 200 series offers an effective solution for early detection of high CO levels in coal handling systems and silos. The system samples the gas from the critical area through a steel sintered filter mounted in the wall of the chamber removing the need for intrusive sampling probes which prone to wear and expensive […]

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The EnergyTech 301 – A Total Solution for Dust Monitoring

The EnergyTech 301 – A Total Solution for Dust Monitoring A low-cost dust monitor using well proven tribo-electric technology delivering accurate and rapid results. A perfect solution for dust monitoring that requires zero critical alignment with no optical surfaces to keep clean. The sensor is easy and quick to install requiring only a simple probe […]

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Air Flow Monitors – Rohtang Road Tunnel

In early January 2020 CODEL received a prestigious order for the supply of 11 sets of air quality and air flow tunnel monitors for the 8.8KM Rohtang Road Tunnel in India. The Rohtang Tunnel is the world’s highest road tunnel situated under the Rohtang Pass of eastern Pir Panjal range of the Himalayas on the Leh-Manali Highway […]

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COVID-19

Covid 19 – UPDATE 24th March 2020 In line with Government measures to reduce the spread of coronavirus, members of our office staff who can do so, are working remotely from home. This means there may be a delay on answering the phone if you call the office due to the reduced number of staff. […]

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What is a Flue Gas Dew Point and How Does It Affect Sensor Choice?

Defining an emission monitoring sensor’s suitability for an application is a key step in ensuring a reliable and trouble-free operation of the device. There are a number of factors that need to be considered, for example, gas temperature, flue gas dew point, dust load, stack gas pressure, water vapor concentration, location, and hazardous area classification […]

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Normalisation in Emissions Monitoring – What Does It Mean?

Emission sources (stack emissions) are found across different industries including power generation, cement production, steel making, energy from waste, chemicals processing, oil and gas refining and food processing. Emission monitoring systems that measure emissions released into the atmosphere are used to demonstrate compliance with environmental regulations. It is preferred, to report gaseous or solid emissions […]

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The Requirement for SCR & SNCR

For decades coal has been the fuel of choice for most power stations around the world but also happens to be the most pollutant. The environmental regulation in Europe, China and India has stringent emission limits which coal fired power stations are finding it increasingly difficult and expensive to comply with and are therefore employing […]

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