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Why Choose CODEL's Products for Large and Small Combustion Plants?

Monitoring emissions from combustion plants, whether small-scale or large-scale, is essential for ensuring environmental compliance and mitigating the impact on air quality and public health. Small combustion plants typically include residential heating systems, small industrial boilers, and decentralized power generators, while large combustion plants encompass industrial facilities, power plants, and large-scale heating systems.


In both small and large combustion plants, the monitoring of emissions such as sulfur dioxide (SO2), nitrogen oxides (NOx), particulate matter (PM), carbon monoxide (CO), and volatile organic compounds (VOCs) is crucial. These pollutants can have significant adverse effects on local air quality and contribute to regional environmental issues such as acid rain, smog formation, and respiratory diseases.


For small combustion plants, monitoring is often focused on ensuring compliance with local emissions regulations and standards. This involves using portable or stationary monitoring devices to measure emissions during operation periods. Continuous monitoring may not be feasible due to scale and resource limitations, but periodic checks and maintenance of equipment are essential to minimize emissions and maintain compliance.


On the other hand, large combustion plants are typically subject to more stringent regulatory requirements and are equipped with continuous emissions monitoring systems (CEMS). CEMS continuously measure and record emissions data in real-time, providing accurate information on pollutant concentrations and ensuring immediate detection of any deviations from regulatory limits. This allows operators to take prompt corrective actions to mitigate emissions and maintain compliance with environmental regulations.

Benefits of Using CODEL's Products for Large and Small Combustion Plants

Advanced technologies such as optical analysers, electrochemical sensors, and laser-based measurement techniques are employed in both small and large combustion plants to monitor emissions effectively. Data collected from monitoring systems are crucial for reporting to regulatory authorities, demonstrating compliance with emissions limits, and identifying opportunities for operational improvements to enhance efficiency and reduce environmental impact.


By utilizing CODEL’s advanced monitoring technologies, small combustion plants can achieve efficient and cost-effective monitoring solutions that ensure compliance with local regulations. This helps in maintaining optimal performance and reducing emissions, even with limited resources.


For large combustion plants, CODEL’s products provide robust and reliable continuous emissions monitoring, meeting stringent regulatory requirements. Real-time data and advanced analytics enable operators to swiftly address any issues, optimize processes, and ensure continuous compliance with environmental standards.


Overall, monitoring emissions from both small and large combustion plants plays a vital role in safeguarding air quality, protecting public health, and promoting sustainable industrial practices. By implementing effective monitoring strategies and utilizing CODEL’s advanced technologies, combustion plant operators can significantly reduce their environmental footprint while ensuring responsible and compliant operations.


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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