Control Analytics, Inc. is a representative, distributor and integrator of on-line process monitors, environmental analyzers and systems for industrial use. Specialties include Continuous Emission Monitoring Systems (for EPA reporting), process monitoring, pure water monitoring solutions to major electric utilities and manufacturing clients, safety and industrial hygiene and Ambient Air Monitoring. Proficient, effective monitoring systems are critical to safety and regulatory observance. Read more
IEEE/IAS/PCA Cement Conference - Washington, DC
April 13, 2014 - April 17, 2014
We'll be in booth Booth 130, so stop by and visit!
EPRI 2014 - Denver, Colorado
May 14, 2014 - May 15, 2014
Come visit us at Booth 107!
Control Analytics, Inc. continues to be a leader in the process analytics industry with the introduction of its new Training Center, located at the Corporate Headquarters in Export, PA. Read more here!
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We are proud to announce our new line of environmental analyzers manufactured by Durag and gas analyzers by Servomex. For more information, call 1-800-240-8619.
Biogas Monitoring with FTIR
Several stack testing organizations in Germany have deployed portable Gasmet DX 4000 FTIR analyzers to measure formaldehyde to ensure compliance with the TA LUFT emission limit (60 mg/m³) and the lower limit tied to financial incentives (40 mg/m³). A VDI standard for Formaldehyde emissions monitoring with FTIR is also in preparation.
Power generation from Germany’s enormous biogas industry produces emissions to air that are regulated by the Technical Instructions on Air Quality Control (TA Luft). As part of the approval process, the emissions from each plant have to be tested every three years. Formaldehyde is one of the pollutants of greatest concern because of its carcinogenicity and the TA Luft emission limit is 60 mg/m³. However, the German Government has also created a financial incentive scheme to encourage process managers to lower their formaldehyde emissions to below 40 mg/m³. Read more…
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