Smoke Emissions

Focus on smoke emissions has increased simultaneously with the increasing focus on air pollution –especially the release of toxic pollutants. This is especially relevant in connection to the exhaust gas that is emitted as a result of the combustion of fuels.

Marine diesel engines contribute a large percentage of the total air pollution. This is why stricter and stricter regulations are being introduced in this area.

Port authorities and regional authorities around the world, especially in North America, are to increasing degrees regulating emissions from ships as well as from industrial plants.

Monitoring Emissions

In order to comply with emission standards you have to monitor emissions. If you comply with environmental standards and regulations it will contribute to avoiding fines and the risk of being delayed by time-consuming investigations. This will also contribute positively to your image as being an environmentally responsible company.

The G16 Smoke Density Monitor is our newly developed Opacity Monitor. The system uses green laser technology and can be configured up to 8 detectors per monitor. Please click here for further information on the G16 Smoke Density Monitor.

If you need to monitor acid mist in chemical processes click to learn more about the G1100 Opacity Monitor.