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Laser based solution for NOx emission monitoring

05 April 2016

The new LaserGas III DeNOx analyser from NEO Monitors uses the latest laser technology to increase safety and help reduce costs in plant operations measure through the measurement of NOx-emissions in refineries, power plants, and industries such as chemical, petrochemical and steel.

The instrument is able to measure NH3 for any type of DeNOx system. NEO Monitors LaserGas III ammonia analyser is designed to operate in hazardous areas to increase efficiency of the DeNOx-processes and minimise emissions.

“Meeting strict HSE-regulations is becoming even more business critical. New environmental regulations and the need to decrease emissions of toxic gases is a business critical process that has become an area of concern for corporate management. Our new solution ensures better answers faster, gives more accurate information on critical operational processes and reduce costs,” said Ketil Gorm Paulsen, CEO at NEO Monitors.

The instrument is said to help achieve better processes control, increase the efficiency of emission reduction and decrease the use of costly consumables such as urea (ammonia). Customers in industries such as oil and gas, power, chemical, petrochemical and steel will benefit from lower operational cost as well as less NOx-emissions.

The Single path (SP) configuration is a transmitter/receiver solution for cross-duct/stack installation and its measuring principal is based on Tunable Diode Laser Absorption Spectroscopy (TDLAS).


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