by Michael C. Ellendire
Analyzer products can be set up to process gas and emissions monitor that meet control and reporting specifications of any environmental agency. There are many different industries and applications that use the analyzers extending from heavy industry applications to marine exhaust gas scrubbing implementations An important section of chemical process monitoring can be seen in the emission monitoring system of a conventional coal fired power plant.
Penalties can be potentially huge for marine and offshore industries who demonstrate non-compliance of environmental regulations that pertain to them. These industries are subject to international as well as national and regional restrictions for exhaust gas emissions and fuels used by them. Crucial, reliable measurement parameters are part of the high standards of performance that are enforced. The most accurate and reliable method of confirming compliance with emission regulations is necessary for the emission monitory system to provide long-term service inboard ships. Reporting facilities and necessary networks control systems must receive the securely managed data from the emissions system output. It is critical for these industries to have the capability to ascertain compliance and analysis of exhaust gases in port, in Emissions Control Areas and in international waters.
Monitoring systems can be tested by the harsh environment of pulp and paper plant production operations. Maintenance staff does not need to intervene in the procedure of an in-situ continuous emissions monitoring system that uses an integrated auto-zero and calibration facility under normal operational conditions. Full emission measurement requirements can be reported and recorded through data supplied by the plant-wide monitoring and reporting of gaseous emissions and analysis.
An infrared gas analyzer runs the system on the proven single beam dual-wavelength infrared light principle. Mid infrared pulses are dispatched through the sample cell at two distinct wavelengths per monitored component. One of these wavelengths is the measure pulse, which is somewhat absorbed by the gases being measured while the other pulse, the reference pulse remains untouched. Monitoring can be performed of up to six gas-phase components simultaneously.
The gas analyzers can increase their range of application through the availability of different accessories. Various flange mounting options can be specified depending upon the size of duct that the analysis will be conducted in. Additional options can be used to complement the emissions analyzers such as heaters and or coolers which will allow exhaust emissions to be observed over a wide range of temperatures without significantly affecting the accuracy of the analyzer. Even the toughest of regulations can be assuredly complied with the implementation of these analyzers.
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