Monitoring solutions for paper and cellulose industry
Combustion control, protection of electrostatic precipitators
In-Situ and TDL laser analyzers to optimize combustion and protect
Water penetration into lubricating oil
Monitor the water content of lubricating oils, in particular for the
protection of paper machine bearings.
Analysis of chemical composition in the bleaching process.
Organic matter in process waters
Analyzers and probes for monitoring the organic content of process
and waste water.
Green, black and white liquor
Green, black and white liquor analyzers can be supplied also in
a safe dual version.
Wood chip moisture
Optical, capacitive, or microwave monitors of water content in wood
Pressure sensors for cellulose production
Vibration-resistant absolute and differential pressure sensors, without
oil filling in the impulse line.
Dosing of coagulants and flocculants
Portable titrators to optimize the dosing of coagulants and flocculants.
Water level foam monitors with output to control mixing and dosing of
Cellulose and sludge sampling
Samplers of dense sludge substances intended for later laboratory
Robust in-situ analyzers with an optical beam in a diffusion tube
guarantee long-term reliable operation with minimal maintenance
requirements. The devices are mounted directly on the duct and allow
to connect oxygen, particle, flow and other monitors. They
communicate with the central computer via LAN connection, so the
infrastructure is minimal.
Monitoring of odors
Stationary and mobile odor monitoring equipment
The samplers are activated during episodes of odor pollution. The
samples are subject of olfactometric evaluation or chemical lab
Ambient air pollution monitoring
ECM Group is a supplier of certified air pollution monitoring systems,
but these systems.
We also supply devices based on compact sensor modules for such
These stations allow monitoring of pollutants like SO2, NOX, NO2, O3,
CO, CO2, VOC, H2S and also airborne dust.
Wastewater treatment plants
Monitoring stations at the inlet, outlet and in the actual wastewater
treatment process itself.