Air Monitoring

NEW, LOW GAS ABSORPTION, ELECTRONIC WATER CONDENSER FOR USE IN GAS ANALYZER SAMPLE CONDITIONING SYSTEMS FEATURING THE “M CLASS” ELECTRONIC WATER CONDENSER

Oct 06 2014

Author: Tom Baldwin on behalf of CEM

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INTRODUCTION
Electronic water condensers are an effective means of removing water in combustion waste gas streams and process samples, prior to analyzing with a gas analyzer. In recent years, electronic water condenser have found prevalent use in Continuous Emissions Monitoring Systems (CEMS). As air quality regulations have required lower emission levels for criteria pollutants (N0x, S0x, C0, Particulate), component absorption in the sample conditioning system has drawn more attention by agency personnel. Electronic condensers provide high speed water separation from the stack gas, reducing the component absorption as compared to other dewatering methods. This paper presents a new design of electronic water condensers for use in CEMS and process monitoring applications.


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