Please stop by stand 16 from September 24th to 26th at The Leela Ambience Convention Hotel, Delhi, India. Focused Photonics (Hangzhou) Inc. (FPI) will demonstrate and give technical advice on the latest products and services. FPI, as one of the world’s leading manufacturers of analytical instrumentation for industrial process and environmental monitoring, we offer one-stop monitoring of process, emission, ambient and water.
Products on Display at CEM
FPI will demonstrate the latest Continuous Emission Monitoring System 2000 B Hg (CEMS 2000-B Hg) and Particulate Monitor 200 (PM-200) on stand 16.
1. Continuous Emission Monitoring System 2000 Mercury (CEMS 2000-B Hg)
The CEMS 2000-B Hg could handle the toughest condition to measure the concentration of different mercury species, elemental mercury (Hg0), total mercury (HgT), divalent mercury (Hg2+). Mercury permeation tube is used for calibration. The measurement range is 0.1 μg/m3- 20 μg/m3-100μg/m3 and the low detection limit is 0.05 μg/m3.
CEMS 2000-B Hg adopts the extractive sampling method, the sampling probe is capable to avoid moisture condensation as well as ensure low detection limit. After stack passing through the heat tracing pipelines and Hg2+ element converter, the mercury concentration is measured by Cold Vapor Atomic Fluorescence Spectroscopy (CVAFS).
CEMS 2000-B Hg is aiming at Flue Gas Desulfurization (FGD) system after Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR), as well as Stack Gas Monitoring System. It is mainly applied in cement plant, iron and steel works, coal-fired power plant, waste incineration plant, various industrial kiln/boiler enterprises and hazardous waste incinerator.
Fig.1 The external structure of CEMS 2000 B Hg
2. Ultra low particulate monitor 200 (PM-200)
The particulate monitor PM-200, as the new generation of hot wet stack particulate matter online monitoring system, employed heat extraction method to sample flue gas. It employs isokinetic sampling method and dilution system to measure the concentration of particulate matter to ensure stack gas emission meets the requirements of The Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) of India.
Fig.2 The gas circuit of PM-200
Fig.3 The application of PM-200
Show up at our conferences:
1. Particulate monitoring in saturated wet stacks
2. Optimize the flue gas control system employing CEMS technologies
3. Provide guidelines, technical support and practical solutions by FPI to help process operators to meet the environmental objectives
India is gradually becoming one of the world’s fastest growing economies. The Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) of India is calling on the society to adopt continuous monitoring systems in India. FPI is qualified and professional enough to provide delegates and visitors detailed information on India regulation and policy, monitoring guide lines, calibration and quality control.
Welcome to have a talk with us on the spot！
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