Continuous emissions monitoring systems can be required for any number of reasons for stationary source monitoring. We offer a wide range of products and services to meet a customers’ specific regulatory compliance and process control needs. Our experts have over 40 years experience in reading air permits, integrating solutions and service in the field.
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.
The Thermo Scientific Mercury Freedom System is the global leader in mercury monitoring, with over 600 installs around the globe and products to suit individual customer and regulatory needs. The Mercury Freedom System has been installed around the globe in continuous operations with the highest uptime and availability of data.
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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.
The Thermo Scientific Continuous Emissions Monitoring System for Total Reduced Sulfur measures total reduced sulfur using field-proven, pulsed fluorescence technology packaged into a continuous emissions system suited for the application need. Originally, designed to meet the needs of the pulp and paper industry in complying with the regulatory requirements of 40 CFR part 60 as set forth by the U.S. EPA, the system meets a the needs of customers in different geographical regions for measuring TRS.
The Alberta CEMS code established requirements for the installation, operation, maintenance and certification of continuous emissions monitoring systems. The original Alberta CEMS code was created in 1998, is currently being revised, and Thermo Fisher Scientific can help you with your compliance.
Thermo Scientific has the experience and technology available to help you comply with ammonia slip regulations, or measure to optimize your process for De-NOx in the SCR or SNCR of coal and gas power plants.
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Thermo Fisher Scientific Service Solutions are a vital component of your product’s lifecycle. These comprehensive solutions are exclusively created to drive optimal performance of your time-critical instruments.
When you partner with Thermo Fisher Scientific, you gain access to engineers trained within the same factory your instruments were manufactured. We only ship spare parts that were designed specifically for your instrument. Our expert service team is truly an integrated part of your product’s life cycle.