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Continuous emission monitoring systems (CEMS)

Compliance without compromises

The continuous emission monitoring systems (CEMS) from SICK delivers reliable measurements as prescribed by environmental legislation. For many years, these systems have been meeting the increasingly stringent requirements placed on them and will continue to allow users to concentrate on what’s important, their everyday business.

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Product family PowerCEMS50
Efficient and easy measurement of emissions
  • Measures all typical exhaust gas parameters (O2, CO, NOx, SO2)
  • Equipped with a complete sampling system (sample gas filter, sample gas cooler, and integrated sample gas pump)
  • MCERTS certified
  • Tested according to EN 61000-6 and EMC and CE labeled
  • Analog (4 ... 20 mA) or digital (Modbus) output of measured values
Product family MINESIC700 GHG
Reliable measurement of greenhouse gases for precise determination of emission taxes
  • Reliable measurement with low measurement uncertainty.
  • Automated switching between up to 5 sample points
  • Software package for calculating and recording the total greenhouse gas emission
  • Flow rate, pressure, and temperature measurement using IECEx Zone 1 devices
  • Available as a standalone cabinet or integrated into MINESIC700 TBS
Product family MKAS
The flexible analyzer system for process- and emission-measurement applications
  • Analyzers and measured parameters can be retrofitted at any time
  • Available in a standard size or as a space-saving compact version
  • Meets the requirements for an automated measurement system (AMS) according to EU standards
  • Sample gas bypass for very short response times
Product family PowerCEMS100
High-performance, future-proof CEMS for emission measurement
  • Cold/dry extractive analyzer system certified according to EN 15267 and EN 14181
  • Plug-and-play analyzer module with 24 V power supply
  • Control unit for displaying all measured values and status information on one monitor
  • External sensors can be connected via prepared interfaces

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