CEMS Monitoring (Continuous Emissions Monitoring)

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Power Plants

CEMS monitoring (Continuous Emissions Monitoring) is crucial in power plants, including coal-fired, gas-fired, and oil-fired facilities, to continuously measure and report emissions of pollutants such as sulfur dioxide (SO2), nitrogen oxides (NOx), particulate matter (PM), and carbon dioxide (CO2). It helps ensure compliance with environmental regulations and monitor the effectiveness of pollution control measures.

Industrial Manufacturing

CEMS monitoring is required in various manufacturing industries, including chemical plants, refineries, cement plants, and steel mills. It helps track emissions of pollutants like volatile organic compounds (VOCs), hazardous air pollutants (HAPs), and other regulated substances to ensure compliance and minimize the impact on air quality and public health.

Waste Incineration and Treatment Facilities

It is essential to monitor CEMS in waste incineration plants and facilities that treat hazardous waste. It helps measure and control emissions of pollutants such as dioxins, furans, heavy metals, and other toxic compounds to prevent environmental contamination and protect human health.

Petrochemical and Refining Industries

CEMS monitoring is required in petrochemical and refining facilities to monitor emissions of various pollutants, including volatile organic compounds (VOCs), sulfur compounds, and other hazardous air pollutants. It aids in compliance with environmental regulations and supports efforts to minimize the environmental footprint of these industries.

Pulp and Paper Mills

Pulp and paper require CEMS monitoring to measure and control emissions of pollutants such as sulfur compounds, particulate matter, and volatile organic compounds (VOCs). It helps ensure compliance with regulatory requirements and supports sustainable and environmentally responsible production practices.

Suitable Products

The GCEM40 analyser is an in-situ device which is cost-effective, low maintenance and designed both for process control and emissions monitoring.

CO, NOx, SO2, HCl, CH4, CO2 & H2O

The GCEM40E hot extractive multi-channel gas analyser is CODEL’s industry-proven continuous emissions monitor for difficult applications

CO, NOx, SO2, HCl, CH4, CO2 & H2O

The DCEM2100 is a dual-pass transmissometer configured for the continuous measurement of opacity and dust concentration in flue gases.

Opacity / Dust

CODEL’s unique flow monitors measure the velocity of stack gases using a highly accurate time of flight measurement that is derived from a cross correlation analysis of the infra-red emissions of the turbulent gas.

Gas Flow

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