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Emission Monitoring Systems

Gas Analyzers

Depending on the application, gas analyzers are supplied for monitoring SO2, NOX, CO, CO2, O2, NH3, HCl, HF, TOC, H2O and Hg. In common energy applications, water is usually separated from
the monitored flue gas sample, so that the analyzed gas is cold
and dry. 

The commonly used analyzer is MGA 12. 
• multi-component analyzer for monitoring SO2, NOX, CO, CO2 and
other components
• QAL1 certification according to EN 15267-3
• compensation for the effect of changes in temperature, pressure and interference
• minimum maintenance requirements

When monitoring emissions from the incineration of waste,
biomass and industrial processes, it is also necessary to monitor
easily soluble water pollutants.
In this case, the whole analytical assembly must be heated above
the dew point temperature of the flue gas components.
The optimal device for most such applications is the MCA 10.
• efficient multicomponent analytical system
• heated measuring cell for analysis on the “wet” principle
• QAL1 and MCERTS certificates according to EN 15267-3
• approval for installations in accordance with the International
Emissions Directive IED
• monitoring of up to 11 components + oxygen

Heated cell FID analyzers are designed to measure TOC so that no condensation occurs. Condensers based on the periodically cooled end of the probe are designed to monitor the acidic components of the flue gas, such as ABS, SO3 or H2SO4. The probes are self-cleaning and require minimal maintenance. Their main use is to optimize the flue gas temperature so that while minimizing energy consumption, corrosive components do not condense at critical points in the technology.

Dust Monitors

Particle monitors are based on the optical or tribo principle and are designed to monitor dust behind filtration systems.

Flow monitors

Flow monitors are based on Pitot tube principle on ultrasound or thermal conductivity, and are designed to monitor emited ammount of pollutants. Their number and design must be in accordance with the dimensions and shape of the monitored flue. The devices are equipped with a QAL1 certificate.

Isokinetic sampling kits

Isokinetic sampling trains are designed to determine the concentration of particles, but also the content of metals, acids, dioxins and furans. Dust deposits or gaseous components are deposited for a subsequent laboratory analysis.
This category of devices is for laboratories and for rapid testing. The complexity of the instrumentation depends on the purpose for which they are used. Their ranges from simple hand-held devices, through high-quality portative sets, to optical analyzers certified for accredited laboratories.

Diluting gas dividers

Device working on the principle of a capillary gas separator. Use mainly for diluting calibration gases for measurement groups and metrological verification of emission analyzers. Calibrators can have 3 inputs with the possibility of two independent simultaneous dilutions – measured gas and interfering gases

   • mixing of zero and calibration gas

   • exact dilution ratio from 1:3000

   • control using a touchscreen

   • database of chemical formulas for viscosity compensation

   • robust design

Data systems

ECM CEMS is software for collecting, processing and archiving data from analytical instruments, which also performs the required support functions. The system includes a data logger that controls the analytical instruments in the instrument panel, pre-processes the information and increases data security thanks to the additional archiving of measured data.

ECM CEMS - main functions

  • Periodic data collection from data loggers or directly
    from analytical instruments
  • Presentation of instantaneous values of pollutants and
    auxiliary parameters (SO2, CO, NOX, CO2, HCl, HF,
    NH3, TOC, dust, flow, O2, temperature, pressure,
    humidity and others).

ECM CEMS – Optional Functions

  • Extension of the measurement system
  • Solutions for multi-fuel systems
  • Connection to other devices – Modbus TCP / IP, Modbus RTU, AD converters, binary / analog inputs and outputs
  • Export data to corporate IS or databases
  • Data transfer to DCS and other device control systems
  • Adding new local or web clients to the Intranet


  • Monitoring and setting parameters in the central computer
  • Presentation of data in tabular and graphical form
  • Included web server – the possibility of visualizing monitoring within the corporate Intranet
  • Support for a multilingual environment
  • System of access rights and passwords


  • Processing of minute averages of all measured
  • Processing of half-hour (and / or 10 min) averages
  • Daily average values
  • Archiving of measurements in standard data-systems
    (MS SQL, DBase, Access)
  • Data retrieval when restoring lost communication with
    the data logger – protection against loss of emission


  • Balance calculation in kg / day (month, year)
  • Evidence of emission limits
  • Pollution prediction (usually for the current short-term
  • Warning if limit values are exceeded
  • Statistics of excess emissions, measurement failures,
  • Protocols generated in accordance with EU legislation
  • Recording of important events and alarms
  • Support for evaluation according to QAL 3

DLX3 datalogger

The compact design of the DLX3 combines a firmware package with variable input / output for optimal performance of monitoring systems. DLX3 offers a wide range of communication with higher systems and portable devices of system operators and personal service. The DLX3 data logger is primarily designed for AMS in accordance to EN 14181 and EN 17255 standard.


  • Possibility of remote access control

  • Remote access allows flexible maintenance of host computers and data loggers