Future-oriented Emissions Monitoring
Mar 26 2018
Global warming and the emergence of the greenhouse effect make it necessary to act. Around the world, industries and regions that impact emissions are being prompted to reduce or, ideally, to prevent their generation of hazardous substances and environmental pollution. At CEM 2018, SICK will present its latest solutions for emissions monitoring: Volume Flow Measuring Device FLOWSIC100 and In-situ gas analyzer GM32 on stands 41 and 42 at the CEM exhibition .
The product family FLOWSIC100 was designed for emission monitoring tasks. The "H" versions are suitable for stacks with large diameters and applications with high dust content. The "M" versions are especially suited for stacks with medium diameter. The ultrasonic transducers of the "PR" probe type are mounted with fixed path length on one sender/receiver unit (measuring probe). The "AC" versions have an innovative internal cooling and are suitable for gas temperatures up to 450 °C. The purged "Px" versions are used for gases with high concentrations of sticky or wet dust.
The GM32 in-situ gas analyzer measures SO2, NO, NO2 and NH3, as well as TRS components in Kraft pulp processes including pressure and temperature in the gas duct. Direct, fast and without gas sampling and transport. This means control systems are able to work with actual values in real time. Thanks to self-monitoring the measured values are reliable at any time.
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