Tuesday 27 September 2022

Supporting environmental goals.

AMETEK Land is supporting customers in their environmental goals by providing a range of solutions for measuring the products of combustion.

To protect public health and the environment, the industrial emissions of smoke and toxic gases are regulated, and plant operators must monitor and report these emissions to demonstrate compliance with regulations.

The company offers a range of solutions to fit different process needs, including periodic flue gas measurements, cross-stack monitoring, extractive sampling, and continuous emissions monitoring systems (CEMS).

These solutions include portable and fixed emissions monitors as well as non-contact thermometers, delivering measurements that can improve the efficiency and environmental performance of many industrial processes.

For example, the Lancom 4 portable flue gas analyser is a rugged, versatile analyser that measures up to eight flue gases simultaneously, and is ideal for periodic checks to demonstrate compliance, and for performing quick checks before stack testing. While it has limited functionality compared to a CEMS, it offers an inexpensive alternative for smaller processes where using a CEMS would be uneconomical.

At the other end of the scale, AMETEK Land offers the FGA900 Series multigas analyser, a compact, self-contained CEMS that measures carbon monoxide, nitric oxide and oxygen. Cross-stack opacity monitors, such as the reliable Model 4500 MkIII, are also available for measuring particulate matter in flue gases.

Additionally, AMETEK Land has decades of experience in non-contact temperature measurements for industrial applications, with an extensive range of fixed and portable spot measurement pyrometers. These can provide measurements that optimise many industrial processes to reduce the output of harmful emissions.

“Accurate flue gas measurements are the key to reducing pollutant emissions, reducing fuel cost and minimizing the production of carbon dioxide,” said Derek Stuart, AMETEK Land Product Manager.

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