Learn More Ambient Gas Monitoring
Governmental agencies continue to work toward developing regulations that minimize the release of pollutants and harmful toxins in the air. Using proven and reliable technology, Thermo Scientific instruments help ensure ambient air quality complies with local environmental regulations, allowing all...
Learn More Source Gas Monitoring
Our stack emissions monitoring system helps you comply with demanding regulatory requirements in challenging monitoring conditions. For manufacturers and industrial plants, successfully complying with regulations requires equipment with advanced technology and maximum dependability.
Proactive communications and predictive diagnostics help eliminate unexpected trips to the field, so you can plan maintenance tasks around your schedule. The iQ Series has a touch screen display that's easy to operate, and it's engineered to get smarter over time.
Learn More Total Nitrogen & Phosphorus Analysis
Nutrient pollution is becoming a serious global problem and is threatening our water resources. In the United States, the Office of Water in the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) issued a memo in March 2011, titled Working in Partnership with States to Address Phosphorus and Nitrogen Pollution...
Learn More Climate Change Research
Our continuously changing climate has significant impacts on both society and our environment. We hear news of floods, storms, and droughts almost daily. Studying our past climate helps us understand climate change and provides clues that help us plan for the future.
Engineered to get smarter over time, the iQ Series Gas Analyzers are built for uninterrupted data availability, giving you more control over the instrument uptime that’s critical to your job and your day.
Mercury continuous emissions monitoring systems (CEMS) are primarily designed for emissions compliance monitoring, but many facilities find the systems valuable in monitoring process parameters. Here are some key findings:, Obtaining meaningful data can have a significant impact on your process...
Learn More Heterocyclic Compounds
Heterocyclic compounds, or heterocycles, are cyclic compounds that have atoms of at least two different elements as members of the ring structure.Organic heterocycles contain one or more carbon atoms and, based on their electronic structure, are classified as saturated, unsaturated, and aromatic.
Learn More Geochemistry and Geology
Natural variation in the relative abundances of elements and isotopes of various elements can be used as a tool to explain the mechanisms behind geological systems on Earth and in the universe. These variations provide insights into a variety of processes, like the formation and evolution of the...
Learn More Selective Catalytic Reduction
The number of regions that regulate NH 3 emissions, known as ammonia slip, are few, but the benefits of monitoring NH 3 can be plentiful: To monitor NH 3 slip, Thermo Fisher Scientific offers two main CEMS methods for process control and compliance applications: Cost savings of anhydrous ammonia...
Learn More iQ Series Gas Analyzers
For true control over your data and your day, you need an instrument that is engineered to get smarter over time. Discover the non-stop intelligence of the new Thermo Scientific iQ Series Gas Analyzers, because when problems can be predicted they can be prevented.
Learn More Air Quality Analysis Information
Ensuring clean air requires collaborative effort in the United States, China, India, Europe and all points of the globe. Governmental agencies are working harder than ever toward creating regulations that minimize the release of pollutants and harmful toxins in the air.
Learn More Coal Analysis and Production Information
Coal is a common energy source in the steel industry to extract iron from iron ore, and in the cement production process. The four main types of coal are lignite, sub-bituminous, bituminous, and anthracite.
The Thermo Scientific™ Model 146 i Multi-Gas Calibrator supplies precise levels of ozone, carbon monoxide, non-methane hydrocarbons, sulfur dioxide, nitric oxide, and nitrogen dioxide or other gases. The gas levels are used to calibrate instruments that perform zero, precision, and level 1 span...
Learn More Alberta CEMS Code Revision
The Alberta CEMS code established requirements for the installation, operation, maintenance and certification of continuous emissions monitoring systems. The original Alberta CEMS was created in 1998 and is currently being revised.