CEMENT AND LIME
Cement Production Emissions and Stack Emissions Testing
Stack Emissions Monitoring / Testing
A key issue in the measurement of the products of combustion in Cement and Lime industries is the high levels of particulates and as such specialist stack emissions monitoring technology is required.
The Protea 2000 in-situ analyser's heated probe option is especially suited to this industry as it efficiently deals with variations in process temperature, keeping the probe above the sample dew point and safe from corrosive condensate.
Auto-zero and calibration facilities ensure that the analyser requires minimal manual intervention under normal operation. Service and maintenance requirements are infrequent and low cost.
Capable of receiving signals from other analysers, the Protea 2000 can form the basis of a complete emissions monitoring system including Dust/Opacity, Oxygen and Flow.
The Protea controller is capable of multi-analyser control and has networking capability to allow several terminals to be connected both locally and remotely.
0 – 1,000/2,000ppm
0 – 1,000/2,000ppm
0 – 20%
0 – 2000ppm
0 – 30%
The Protea 2000 is used in many Lime Kiln applications both in large plants and specialised small to medium installations. The analyser is normally installed on the stack and can be fitted with an optional probe heater to ensure that the in-situ probe temperature is maintained above the dew point of the flue gas. The benefits include removal of risk of corrosion and the capability to monitor during plant start up when the flue gas is below the dew point.
Protea supply a comprehensive range of accessories to meet the requirements of the process including cooling probes for high temperature applications.
0 – 20 %
0 – 20 %
0 – 400mg/Nm3
0 – 1000mg/Nm3
0 – 650mg/Nm3
We offer an innovative range of opacity, dust, particulate and smoke monitors to suit a variety of continuous gas emission applications such as boilers, filter bag houses, incinerators and other industrial processes.
DynOptic opacity monitors use the light transmission technique to measure the visible opacity of exhaust gas in a duct, stack or flue, in which a high intensity light beam is projected across the stack. Click here for more information.
DynOptic dust monitors use the innovative Dynamic Detection Principle (DDP) to measure dust and particulate within exhaust gases from various manufacturing processes. Click here for more information.
DynOptic particulate monitor is an optical instrument designed to measure the concentration of dust or particulate matter in an exhaust gas. When calibrated against standard reference measurement reading as mass concentration [mg/m³]. Click here for more information.
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