Stack Emissions

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Stack emission monitoring involves the collection of samples from industrial discharge stacks using isokinetic sampling techniques. Our experienced team can test for a wide range of substances including Total Suspended Particulates (TSP), PM10 and PM2.5, metals, fluoride, volatile organic compounds (VOC), sulphur and nitrogen compounds.  They then use the latest technology to analyse the data that has been collected. This thorough process ensures our customers are provided with detailed, reliable results.  

What do we test for?

Sample and velocity traverses from stationary sources (USEPA method 1)

Stack gas velocity and volumetric flow rates (USEPA method 2)

Gas analysis for determination of dry molecular weight (USEPA method 3)

Moisture content in stationary sources (USEPA method 4)

Particulate emissions from stationary sources (USEPA method 5 or 17)

Sulfuric acid mist and sulphur dioxide emissions from stationary sources (USEPA method 8)

Sampling of aldehydes and ketones from stationary sources (USEPA method 11)

Determination of polychlorinated dibenzo-p-dioxins and polychlorinated dibenzofurans from stationary sources (USEPA method 23)

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