Be the first to learn about our new mercury emissions solution, the Thermo Scientific Watson Mercury Speciation System (MSS). It’s a complete, integrated solution comprised of a Cold Vapor Atomic Fluorescence analyzer, optional NIST traceable elemental mercury calibrator, probe controller and probe with oxidized mercury converter. The Watson MSS measures total and elemental mercury and reports oxidized mercury for the understanding of process controls for mercury abatement.
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Thermo Scientific Watson Mercury Speciation System
Thermo Scientific is the global leader in mercury monitoring, with over 600 installs around the globe. The Watson system is an adaptation of the same technology, to meet the current regulations for mercury monitoring equipment in the European Union.
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We understand that every plant, facility, and customer is uniquely different. Our applications specialists are ready to speak to you regarding mercury emissions regulations and continuous monitoring solutions.
Stay ahead of the regulations in Europe with our newly published eBook, What You Need to Know About Mercury Emissions, Regulations, and Monitoring. Learn about current and upcoming mercury regulations from US EPA, Chinese MEP, India and the European Commission.
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Cold Vapor Atomic Florescence is a highly sensitive measurement method employed in a Mercury Continuous Emissions Monitoring System (CEMS). This is just one of the techniques used to measure such low concentrations in the U.S., and there are many parallels to the recent European directives for Large Combustion Plants and Waste Incinerators. The need for lower level performance and qualification, as has been seen by the regulations and implementation in the U.S. and E.U. alike, is on the increase as the global community looks to decrease Hg emissions to their lowest level into the future.