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Protea Ltd acquire the sole rights to manufacture the Parker Procal range

 Press Release – August 2017    Protea Ltd adds In-Situ Continuous Emission Monitoring to its product range.     Protea Ltd acquire the sole rights to manufacture the Parker Procal range of In-Situ Continuous Emission Monitoring (CEMS) and Process analysers from Parker Hannifin. The range of In-Situ analysers are considered to be number one in the field of CEMS with a large installed base in demanding applications globally. The In-Situ analysers will compliment Protea’s existing extensive product range, enabling the company to develop its application capability in all key industrial sectors.  Protea Ltd design and manufacture a range of advanced Fourier-Transform Infra-Red (FTIR), Tuneable Laser Diode (TDL) and Quadrupole Mass Spectrometer (QMS) instruments. The systems are supplied for both CEMS and Process applications, capable of monitoring low...
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ECA compliance through continuous emission monitoring

The most effective method for measuring emissions is in-situ monitoring using a continuous emissions monitoring system (CEMS) In just a matter of months, shipowners operating in emissions control areas (ECAs) will have only three choices to comply with mandatory 0.1% sulphur levels; burn marine distillates, switch to liquefied natural gas; or install abatement technology such as scrubbers, says Chris Daw, Managing Director, Procal, part of Parker Group. With 2015 literally just around the proverbial corner, decisions must be made now. And this is – understandably – heightening debate around not only which approach to adopt, but also the efficacy of...
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New product alert – DSL-230MkIII

DynOptic Systems launch their new DSL-2xx/3xx MkIII range of opacity, particulate and dust monitors. The new DSL-2xx/3xx MkIII range has been developed as a result of feedback from our customers and introduces a new Transmitter/Receiver head enclosure design manufactured from 316 stainless steel. DSL-220MkIII 326x218 transparent webThe new MkIII design will enable the instruments to be used in a wider range of applications and environmental conditions as well as offering improved rigidity, corrosion resistance and heat protection.
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Installation at Gardens By The Bay, Singapore

For 250 years the Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew in London has been collecting tropical plants and, by careful internal climate management, growing them in the UK’s temperate climate.Now, in Singapore, the National Parks Board has reversed the process. At Gardens by the Bay two big glass houses are home to temperate plants, which grow in Singapore’s hot and humid atmosphere by careful management of the internal climate.The main energy source for this micro-climate is bio-waste, which comes from the Gardens’ waste and pruning of the thousands of trees in Singapore. This is then burned. The Biomass Co-generation System at...
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Kittiwake Procal wins Tender for Tuas South Incineration Plant in Singapore

Kittiwake Procal has won the public tender for continuous emissions monitoring analysers for the Tuas South incineration plant in Singapore. The Tuas South incinerator upgrade was completed this year and its capacity of 800,000 tons per annum makes it the largest plant of its kind. Together with the other three incineration plants, and the offshore Semakau Landfill, the plan aims to meet the refuse disposal needs of Singapore and help achieve a clean living environment for Singaporeans.The high plastic content of today’s domestic rubbish means that the incineration process emits Hydrogen Chloride (HCl). It is unacceptable to emit high volumes...
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Procal at Indosnesia’s biggest power plant

Procal’s Indonesian distributor, PT Inter Pasific Cemerlang, have recently installed and commissioned three P200 NDIR in-situ emission monitoring gas analyzer probes at Indonesia Power’s Suralaya coal fired powerplant. At 3,400MW Suralaya is Indonesia’s biggest power station, and provides most of Jakarta’s power requirements.A separate contract was awarded simultaneously to a US CEMS manufacturer for Stacks 1-2 and 3-4. Although these were installed before the Procal units they have not yet been commissioned and accepted. The Procal equipment is installed in Stacks 5, 6 and 7 and replaces German equipment which has not been working for many years. The analysers measure...
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TOLEDO Powerplant’s Procal CEMS Enters 6th Year

In September 2001 Procal’s Philippines distributor, Uniwell Technologies Inc, installed and commissioned a Procal emission monitoring system at the Toledo coal-fired powerplant on Cebu Island. The Procal system comprises two P200 in-situ analyzer probes mounted in each of the boiler outlet ducts to the common chimney. The analysers measure SO2, NO, NO2 and the readings are displayed on a PC running Procal ACWn Windows software. Early in the life of the CEM system there were premature failures of the probe head cooling fans. This was traced to flue gas leaking from nearby vents which were inadvertently left open, allowing flue...
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They just keep on running

Procal’s Asia Pacific regional distributor Twin Tek Singapore Pte Ltd has taken the unusual step of offering a genuine 5 year spare parts warranty option on new sales of the Procal P200 in situ continuous emission monitoring systems. This is intended to heighten the awareness of customers to the alternative to extractive CEM systems, which require high levels of maintenance and spare parts to keep them running. Twin Tek’s decision is based on the longevity of Procal installations in the region, some of which have surpassed 12 years of continuous operation without consuming significant quantities of spare parts. The move...
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Singapore’s Tuas Incinerator CEMS Passes 12th Anniversary

The Tuas incineration plant (TIP) in Singapore was built by Japanese contractors who used Japanese extractive CEM systems. TIP staff became disappointed with the frequent downtime and high operating costs of these extractive systems, so they decided to try Procal’s in situ alternative. In 1993 a Procal P200 NDIR in situ analyzer probe was installed at the common chimney duct. The P200 simultaneously measured HCl, SO2, CO2 and H2O. The Procal system was very successful and lived up to it’s reputation of low cost of ownership. In December 1995 Twin Tek installed a further seven Procal P200 NDIR analysers at...
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