Ferroplan relies on Gasmet's CEMS and expertise at their unique mobile power plant
Sep 07 2021
Ferroplan built an experimental mobile power plant as a side project to their conveyor business. Through the partnership with Gasmet, Ferroplan got a CEMS that performs in their unique environment. They also rely on Gasmet’s expertise in emission monitoring, as their own strengths lie in their main business instead of energy production.
Ferroplan is a Finnish company that plans and manufactures conveyor solutions. In 2018, they launched a mobile power station, the FerroPower plant. In 2019, they started utilising recoverable waste as fuel directly at the source of the waste.
As the power plant is a side project for Ferroplan, they rely on a knowledgeable partner in all things related to emission monitoring. The power station incinerates waste, so Ferroplan needed to continuously monitor the emissions. For that, they purchased Gasmet’s Continuous Emissions Monitoring System CEMS II e.
“Our people know and do a lot, but no one is an expert in emission monitoring or related equipment. The CEMS was a valuable investment for us, and partnership with Gasmet helps us take care of that investment,” says Pontus Ekberg, Plant Engineer at Ferroplan.
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