HiQ® Calibration and Instrumentation Gases for CEM Systems
Apr 10 2018 Read 714 Times
Industrial facilities such as power plants, refineries, waste incinerators, chemical production plants, etc. must comply with legislative requirements for environmental emission monitoring and reporting. Incorrect measurements can lead to non-compliance fines as well as a potential plant shutdown. Accurate measurements are therefore a must.
Continuous emission monitoring systems are widely used to quantify the amounts of the released gaseous pollutants (e.g. SOx, NOx, CO, Hydrocarbons). With the HiQ® brand, Linde offers a wide range of accredited environmental calibration gas standards to meet your most stringent calibration requirements – from binary to multi-component blends, with concentration levels from percent to parts per billion. The HiQ® brand product range also includes a complete range of high purity zero and instrumentation gases as well as proper gas distribution systems (REDLINE®) to ensure that the integrity of the gases is maintained till the point of use. All gases are delivered in the most appropriate package for each application, including ECOCYL®.
Visit Linde at stand 57 to enquire about our range of custom-developed pure gases and gas mixtures for measuring emissions.
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