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  • Monitoring Carbon Monoxide Emissions from Stacks
    Carbon monoxide (CO) is produced in various combustion effluents as a product of the incomplete combustion of fossil fuels. It is frequently found at ppm to % levels. The analyzer can be used to "tune" to source to improve the efficiency and reduce the levels of CO. Effluents generally contain high
  • Signal Distortion
    intermodulation, harmonics, and spurious emissions.
  • Detection of Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC's) with a Spectrally Filtered Cooled Mid-Wave Infrared Camera
    of such emissions with statistics showing that 84% of the leaks are coming from only 0.13% of the equipment. Current technology consists of hand held toxic vapor analyzers (TVA's), or "sniffers" which are accurate but labor intensive in that inspections must conducted as point-to-point surveys in close
  • Design and Development of Medical Electronic Instrumentation
    of emission of and immunity against. radiated and conducted electromagnetic disturbances as well as design practices for electromagnetic. compatibility. Projects include a radio-frequency spectrum analyzer, near-field. H-field and E-field probes, comb generator, conducted emissions probe, line impedance
  • The Importance of Online Analysis in Solvent Recovery
    of the solvent can be a significant proportion of the overall product cost. Another compelling reason for recovering solvents is the increasing environmental legislation against emissions; such emissions may be as a result of a process design where solvent recovery was not incorporated at the outset, or where
  • Continuous Silica Monitoring in a Power Plant
    the efficiency 1% can lead to a. reduction in CO2 emissions of 3%.1. In the effort to improve efficiency, power plants must guard carefully against any issues that can impede. their progress or lead to plant downtime. Continuous monitoring of ultra-low levels of silica in locations. throughout

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