Process and Applications
Large and small combustion plants are designed to generate substantial amounts of electricity, heat, and steam by burning various fossil fuels, such as coal, oil, and natural gas.
Flue Gas Desulphurisation (FGD) is an essential technology employed in power plants and industrial facilities to mitigate the release of harmful sulphur dioxide (SO2) emissions into the atmosphere.
These technologies are employed in power plants, industrial facilities, and even vehicles to reduce the release of NOx, which contributes to air pollution and adverse environmental effects.
With the increasing number of vehicles and the demand for faster travel, monitoring systems are implemented in road tunnels to detect and respond to potential hazards, maintain air quality, and manage traffic flow.
Dust collectors require monitoring of particulates from burst bag detection, monitoring of small boilers as well as large combustion plants.
CEMS monitoring solutions from CODEL for the measurement of gas, flow and dust pollutants from industrial sources.
Coal mill monitoring helps prevent potential hazards associated with high CO levels, such as fires, explosions, and adverse health effects.
Ambient air monitoring involves the measurement of air pollutants present in the outdoor environment to ensure public safety.
The purpose of dust burst bag detection is to ensure the efficient and reliable operation of baghouse filters, minimize dust emissions, and maintain compliance with environmental regulations
A Waste to Energy (WtE) plant is a waste management facility that combusts non recyclable waste to produce electricity. This type of power plant is sometimes known as energy form waste (EfW).
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