Static Gas Analysis Demand from Landfill, Water Treatment, Biogas and CDM/Carbon Credits
Mar 28 2008
To meet this growing demand, Geotechâs has launched and installed automated fixed position, static gas analyser for CH4, H2S, O2, CO, CO2 and other gases. Called, Automatic Extraction Monitoring System (AEMS) it is based on Geotechâs 18-year history with its tried and tested portable gas analysers. The static AEMS installations use the same gas analysis technology. In timed, automated cycles they monitor and analyse gases, store data, auto-purge and calibrate themselves. The data arrives at a producerâs Internet screen enabling, for example, claims for carbon credits, digester management and CHP engine protection through H2S monitoring.
At UK biogas research specialist, Greenfinch, researcher Becky Arnold said, âData readings every thirty minutes from the static biogas analyser enhanced our depth of knowledge and understanding of digester behaviour and response. It transformed data acquisition.â Greenfinch used Geotechâs AEMS equipment in a potato trial in a pilot-scale digester at its research facility in Ludlow. âOnce commissioned by Geotech their equipment ran faultlessly. When we had queries, support from Geotech was excellent,â she said
At United Utilities using the Geotech AEMS equipment on sludge digesters, Colin Greenhalgh, wastewater treatment specialist, said, âWe placed our order with Geotech. It arrived on time it was exactly what we expected and paid for which is excellent and Geotech are passionate about what they do. We are very pleased.â
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