Emission measurement

In industrial companies, it is important plants are run efficiently, so no time is wasted and there is the least potential for environmental pollution as possible. Flue gas analysers help with this in terms of compliance with statutory emission-limit values, as well as monitoring and optimising thermal manufacturing processes.

Modern emission measurement must fulfil a number of requirements – Testo provides reliable instrumentation for industrial gas analysis and emissions monitoring.

Compliance Testing

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In most countries, operation of all types of industrial plants is subject to strict regulations governing exhaust gas emissions into the atmosphere.

  • Verify that the components defined as pollutants do not exceed certain limit values in the flue gas
  • Carry out a preliminary flue gas analysis before an official emissions reading

Efficiency testing

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Flue gas analysis instruments are one of the items of equipment that are used on a daily basis by service engineers to achieve optimum tuning of engines.

  • Tune the engine to the optimum operating parameters while complying with the limit value regulations in force
  • Avoid downtimes over the long term

Process monitoring

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Gas turbines are subject to flue gas limit values which are to be adhered to during operation and regularly checked depending on the size of the system.

  • Check the system's emission values for adherence to limit values and for the manufacturer's specifications
  • Extreme accuracy for the work on LowNOx gas turbines

Emission measuring: CHP

The emission analyzer testo 350

In order for a combine heat and power system to be operated profitably, some basic standards have to be guaranteed by the targeted use of suitable measurement technology.

  • Monitoring emission limit values
  • Controlling system efficiency
  • Testing of exhaust gas treatment systems

Efficiency testing on ships

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On ships, as little visible smoke should be produced as possible, and the soot content kept to a minimum. n shipbuilding, the smoke count also plays an important part.

  • Test whether the smoke count of marine diesel engines does not exceed the prescribed limit values
  • Prove the soot emission in the diesel exhaust to custormers