New Fully Integrated Sorbent Trap Mercury Monitoring System
Nov 10 2009
CleanAir Engineering (Europe) announces the availability of its MET-80 System for monitoring mercury emissions from power plants and other industrial sources.
CleanAir’s MET-80 is the first of its kind to offer a turn-key sorbent trap-based system to monitor mercury from combustion sources. The MET-80 is a practical, cost-effective and dependable way to accurately monitor mercury emissions from a variety of industrial sources.
The sorbent trap approach used in the MET-80 is the ONLY technology currently certified in the U.S. to measure mercury atthe low parts-per-trillion level.
The MET-80’s rugged design uses a programmable logic controller to automate gas sampling. Its patent-pending Quick-Change probe allows operators to exchange sorbent traps (on average every 10 days) in a matter of seconds with no need for hand tools. The sampler hardware can be located anywhere in the plant, indoors or outdoors, and plant operators can control the sampler remotely.
Compared to current instrumental mercury CEMS, the MET-80 sorbent trap monitoring system is far less complicated to operate, gives you an average mercury value over time, and isone third the cost of other systems.
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