CO2, SO2 emission reporting

CO2 and/or SO2 emission monitoring on industrial combustion applications is typically done by installing online analyzers in the stack.


In addition to the stack analyzers, a WIM COMPAS™  is often installed in the fuel gas supply line to optimize the combustion efficiency and air-fuel ratio to prevent unnecessary emissions.

Inside the WIM COMPAS™, a small slipstream of gas is combusted. The air required is measured and used to determine the energy content and air-fuel ratio. The combustion of this sample also forms products like CO2 and SO2. This provides a representative measure for the amount of CO2 and SO2 formed during the actual combustion process. By measuring the combustion products in the WIM, stack analyzers can be avoided.


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