CEM 2021

CEM - Abstract

Abstract Type: Oral
Session Choice: Innovative Measurement Technology
Presenter Name: Mr PRITESH M SHAH
Company/Organisation: PRIMA EQUIPMENT
Country: India

Abstract Information :

This presentation offers detailed information on innovative and most affordable technology options, quality assurance data, installation methodology including calibration and span, zero & drift check and data management and transmission systems.

Presentation also refers to various regulations of EN & US for which CEM system are tested & validated.
In recent times Environmental monitoring has become crucial aspects for the various process industries in the world.

Currently worldwide major focused are on Stationery Pollutants Emission sources and Ambient Air Quality Monitoring.

Major stationary emission source are Power Plant, Steel plant, Cement Plant, BM & Hazd. Waste incinerator, Chemical Plant, Pulp & Paper, Glass Furnace, Refinery etc.

Due to various stringent laws and compliance in countries based on geotropically conditions, it is mandatory for industries and source emission producers to adhere the compliance of Source emission monitoring continuously by installing Online AMS – CEM System.

Worldwide USEPA and EU directives states the objectives of CEM system to monitor & control air pollution.
Various technologies developed and are available to meet the requirement of CEM application.
Continuous Emission Monitoring in compare to periodic monitoring was more stable and has established more confidence for the purpose of pollution control.

In past few decades various gas measurement technology with Gas Handling devices are developed and used for source emission measurement.

Due to strict implementation of compliance, the small & medium size of process industries where hesitating in implementation of CEM system due to its high CAPEX, OPEX and subsequently Maintenance cost.

Thanks to innovation of a reliable & affordable Continuous Source Gas Emission measurement technology as per Monitoring Certification Scheme (MCERTS) as mentioned in TGN (Monitoring) M2 of Environment Agency, 2017 by using

  • Gas Sensing Electrochemical sensor (GSES)
  • Ultraviolet Differential Optical Absorption Spectroscopy (UV DOAS)
  • Non-Dispersive Infrared Sensor (NDIR)
  • Zirconium Dioxide Sensor (ZrO2)
With all this Technology Flue gas is been extracted from stationery source and transferred to sensor through very efficient gas sampling, handling and filtration system.

The CEM System measures Pollutant gas with Pressure, Temperature, Velocity / Flow Measurement for compensation features as per USEPA 40 CFR Part 60 Appendix A, Method-2, Method-3, Method-3B, Method-19 & International Standard 1-56670-410-3.