A factory seen from above, releasing smoke into the air, monitored for stack emissions

CVR Labs is your reliable partner for advanced stack emission monitoring. We achieve the highest levels of environmental responsibility and regulatory compliance through using cutting-edge technology and cutting-edge equipment. Here, we’ll introduce details of all the tests available and their relevance.

What is Stack Emission Monitoring?

Measuring emission levels from stacks and ducts with a stack emission monitoring kit. It is a vital activity for measuring and limiting the release of pollutants into the atmosphere from industrial operations and burning sources. It guarantees that emissions remain under allowable limits to maintain air quality, public health, and the environment.

Pollutants discharged into the atmosphere by stacks and ducts may include particulate matter, gasses, fumes, and vapours. Pollutant types and quantities must be quantified to:

  • Analyze compliance with existing or possible emission restrictions.
  • Calculate the financial losses associated with product failures.
  • Acquire engineering data to define the control equipment design.
  • Check the installed control equipment’s efficiency.
  • Deliver the emission data needed for modelling.
  • Calibrate continuous monitors

Evaluation requires representative and accurate emission data. As a result, emission measurements and sampling are carried out by particular and approved test procedures. Industry-specific test techniques can come from a variety of sources, such as the,

  • US EPA (United States Environmental Protection Agency).
  • International Standards Organization (ISO)
  • British Standards (BS)
  • European Union (EU)
  • Other local regulators

Testing Parameters From CVR Labs

We provide approved stack emission monitoring and analytical services. Our skilled personnel can handle projects of any scale, employing cutting-edge technology such as advanced isokinetic samplers and cutting-edge flue gas analyzers to monitor all regulated pollutants, including criterion pollutants and volatile organic compounds. These include:

Temperature Acid Mist (H2SO4) Flow rate Volatile Organic Compounds as per EPA 502/524 mix
Carbon dioxide
Heavy metals (as Pb)
Particulate matter
Sulphur dioxide
Oxides of Nitrogen
Carbon monoxide

CONTACT US today to learn more about our services and how we can assist you in maintaining compliance while also reducing your environmental impact through effective emissions control.

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