CEMS-Continuous Emissions Monitoring Systems
CEMS - continuous emission monitoring systems) are used to monitor industrial smoke stacks in order for the company to maintain compliance to Environmental Protection Agency standards.
CEMS are all of the equipment used to monitor and report emissions, including the probes, gas analyzers, and computers.
Examples of substances which CEMS measure and report to the EPA are:
CEMS are a key technology that help monitor the emissions of pollution and dangerous substances into the atmosphere which can cause acid rain, global warming, or adverse health issues.
- NOx- Oxides of Nitrogen
- CO- Carbon Monoxide
- CO2- Carbon Dioxide
- SO2- Sulfur Dioxide
- Hg - Mecury
- PM - Particulate Matter
Industries obtain CEMS from vendors such as American Ecotech.
American Ecotech- http://www.americanecotech.com/Air_Monitoring_Equipment/Air_monitor_gas/CEMS.aspx
Last Updated on Friday, December 11 2009 22:42