Continuous emissions monitoring of all pollutant components in exhaust gases

Environmental regulations stipulate that certain pollutants in the exhaust gas of waste incineration plants, as well as the reference values, must be continuously monitored. The MCS100FT can continuously measure the following components using one single extractive heated gas sample: HCl, CO, NOx as the sum of NO and NO2, SO2, NH3, O2, H2O, CO2, Cges, and HF. For normalization, the pressure and temperature parameters are also recorded. The QAL3 thorough check can be carried out without test gas with the certified, integrated calibration filter.

If automated HF measurement system is required for emission measurement, the MCS200HW multi-component emission measurement system can optionally also be used.

The MERCEM300Z with Zeeman measurement technology and its own gas sampler can be used for continuous mercury emission measurement. The smallest certified measuring range of this system in accordance with EN-15267 is 0 - 10 µg/m³, which therefore makes it suitable not only for continuous monitoring of the annual threshold of 10 µg/m³ that applies in Germany, but also for the upcoming new thresholds of the BAT-AELs under the WI BREF.

  • Following product families can be used
    Proven measurement technology for flue gas monitoring
    • Measurement of up to 10 IR components plus O2 and TOC
    • Hot/wet extractive measurement technology
    • Wear-free gas distribution through ejector pumps
    • Reference point monitoring with internal calibration cells
    • Certified digital Modbus® interface
    • Web server for platform-independent device control
    • Use of dry test gases for HCl and NH3
    • Classification for ATEX Zone 2, IIC T3 gb
    Stay in control with proven FTIR measurement technology
    • Small suitability-tested HF measuring range: 0 ... 3 mg/m³
    • Automatic spectrum adjustment via AutoVAL for reliable measured values
    • Operation via touchscreen
    • Sample gas transport by an ejector without moving parts
    • Suitability-tested according to EN15267
    • Remote control and diagnosis via SOPAS ET software
    • Automatic adjustment of the analyzer
    • Automatic backwashing and filter cleaning of the extraction unit
    • Accurate measurement of “total mercury” directly in a thermal converter (patented)
    • Measuring operation without reagents
    • Practically maintenance-free gas sampling using an ejector pump – no moving parts
    • Integrated adjustment cell for automated drift checking
    • Automated adjustment of the entire measuring system with a built-in test gas generator (optional)
    • Completely modular system design