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MIR-9000-CLD CEM System
Envea have developed a multi-gas continuous emissions monitoring system utilising the Standard Reference Methods (SRM) for the monitoring of NO, N2O, NO2, NOX, CO, CO2 and O2. It also utilises the technology stated in the Alternative Reference Method (ARM) for SO2.
“Three Monitoring Technologies”
The MCERTS certified MIR-9000-CLD emissions analyser is a free-standing on-stack monitoring system that incorporates three monitoring technologies. These are Chemiluminescence for low-level NOx measurement, Infra-Red Gas Filter Correlation for CO, CO2 etc and finally Paramagnetic for O2. This system gives high accuracy at low levels and maximum availability.
Designed to operate under Industrial Emissions Directive (IED) legislation. The MIR9000-CLD emissions analyser offers maximum availability and complete compliance with QAL1 of EN14181.
Complete systems would normally comprise of:
- Sample extraction and conditioning probe (with integrated temperature, pressure and flow measurement)
- Cold sample lines
- Automatic calibration units
- Instrument air drying system
- Data acquisition & management system
Dual Redundancy System
Under the IED, the maximum period allowed for any one episode of abatement or equipment failure must not exceed four hours. Additionally, the total allowance period for a year must not exceed sixty hours.
The a1-cbiss duplex philosophy has therefore been specifically developed to assist you in complying with IED by reducing downtime, maximising availability and ensuring you achieve a sound return on your investment.
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