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CEMS for Chemical Companies

If you run a chemical manufacturing facility, it could be essential that you have a Continuous Emissions Monitoring System (CEMS) in place. These systems help to monitor emissions levels produced by your facility to ensure that you’re meeting legal standards.

At Mangan Analyzer Engineering, we specialize in providing businesses with these systems. Our company will take care of every aspect from design through to installation. We also help to carry out regular maintenance to make sure that your CEMS is working effectively.

Why do chemical companies need a CEMS?

The manufacturing of chemicals can produce a variety of air pollutants and VOCs. These pollutants cannot only damage the environment, but they are harmful to humans and animals and require strict compliance from environmental regulators.

Growing awareness of these environmental risks has led to regulations being brought in such as the Environmental Protection Agency’s Part 60 and Part 63. Manufacturing companies across the US must measure and control their emissions levels by law. To do this, a continuous emissions monitoring system for chemical manufacturing is required.

CEMS for chemical companies can help chemical companies to reduce their carbon footprint and comply with federal and state emissions regulations.

What types of emissions can a CEMS monitor?

There are many different types of emissions created by chemical manufacturing. CEMS for chemical companies can help you to monitor and control all the most serious pollutants. These include:

CEMS can also monitor oxygen levels to ensure that facility air quality is not only clean but suitable for manufacturing processes that may rely on optimum oxygen levels for combustion. Using our analyzers, you can separately monitor each gas to make sure that each one is at a healthy level.

How does a CEMS work?

A CEMS uses a probe heated tube bundle and sample pump to extract samples of gas from your chemical manufacturing facility’s flues. The sample is then sent through an air conditioning system where it is analyzed. Individual analyzers help to measure the quantity of each gas. The analyzers take continuous readings that are then stored on a data acquisition system. Software is then able to tell you whether these readings are compliant with local and federal laws.

These systems must be designed to specific requirements to collect data accurately. At the same time, every chemical factory is different, and each system must be designed to fit each individual factory.

Why choose Mangan Analyzer Engineering?

When looking for a continuous emissions monitoring system for chemical manufacturing, look no further than Mangan Analyzer Engineering. Our companies provide CEMS technology for a range of industries. Our engineers are experts in their field and have over 20 years of experience.

We will consider your individual facility needs and design a system specifically for it. Our staff will then assemble and install the system for you at the facility. Once it is up and running, we can then arrange a maintenance schedule to ensure that your CEMS is regularly inspected and repaired if necessary.

Our friendly and knowledgeable staff will guide you through the process and answer any questions you may have. Contact us today to get started.