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DeNOx, Ammonia (NH3) Slip & SO2 Measurement Solutions

Source: SICK, Inc.

DeNOx, Ammonia (NH3) Slip & SO2 Measurement Solutions
Since the advent of "Deregulation" in the Power Utility Industry a search for a reliable monitoring and control instrument has ensued
Since the advent of "Deregulation" in the Power Utility Industry a search for a reliable monitoring and control instrument has ensued to meet process control and regulatory requirements. That instrument is the SICK Optic GM 31 In Situ Monitor. This monitor utilizes process diode array UV spectrophotometer technology to perform the direct in situ measurements of SO2, NO, NO2 and Ammonia (NH3). The GM 31 is a rugged and reliable instrument which can operate in harsh and demanding process environments. The GM31 provides the best of all worlds. It is a low cost instrument compared to similar extractive technology systems. It has a low cost of ownership, typically less than 30 maintenance hours per year, and has a low installation cost. The GM 31 in situ monitor requires no expensive sample conditioning systems, heated sample lines, or air clean up systems. The system can be provided for both EPA compliant (40 CFR Part 60 & 75) applications and process control applications. Click the GM 31 above for Advantages, Reliable Applications, Measuring Configurations, and Monitor Specifications.

SICK, Inc., 6900 West 110th Street, Bloomington, MN 55438. Tel: 612-941-6780; Fax: (612) 941-9287.