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Our emergency CEMS hire services

20 January 2023

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Paul Keeling

Business Development Manager (Air & Emissions)

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Waste Incinerators and large combustion plants could find themselves in trouble if their Continuous Emissions Monitoring Systems (CEMS) fail suddenly. Our Air & Emissions Business Development Manager, David McGee guides you through the solutions.

Industrial Emissions Directive

Businesses with environmental permits from the Environment Agency or their Local Authority, such as power stations, chemical manufacturers or companies dealing with biomass, may have requirements for continuous emissions monitoring (CEMS).

If your CEMS fails suddenly you could be in breach of your permit – meaning you could be forced to discontinue your processes or even close down your plant, leading to loss of productivity and money.

CEMS failure can be caused by individual component failure. With global supply chain issues, it can take weeks or months to source the right part and get it delivered and installed to get your CEMS back up and running and permit compliance back in place.  This is where EMS comes in. Our emergency CEMS hire means that we can provide a temporary, quick and easy CEMS installation, which can be configured according to your environmental permit. We can quickly install gas analysers (such as FTIR) and particulate analysers suitable for most applications, and provide certified Data Acquisition Handling Software (DAHS).

We make your continued CEMS compliance our priority – we can get your emissions monitoring back up and running quickly and cost-efficiently.  And all of our hire equipment is customisable. Our CEMS experts will work with you to find the right solutions and help you avoid any service interruptions.

Our emergency CEMS hire services can be configured to measure the following parameters: carbon monoxide (CO), nitric oxide (NO), nitrogen dioxide (NO₂), nitrogen oxides (NOx), sulphur dioxide (SO₂), hydrogen fluoride (HF), ammonia (NH3), total organic carbon (TOC), oxygen (O2), water (H2O), total particulate matter (TPM).

Contact our expert Paul Keeling.

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