Mechanical Systems, Inc., engineered and installed a continuous emissions monitoring system (CEMS) for a wood-fired, steam-generating boiler. For this project, using a continuous opacity monitoring system (COMS) was not possible because of wet stack gas, so the BetaGuard Particulate Monitor provided a better solution for this application.
We installed a system with a pitot tube air flow monitor and dilution CO2 CEM, a BetaGuard Particulate Monitor for reliable, real-time particulate measurement, and a VIM Technologies data acquisition system that supplies emissions analysis and supports regulatory reporting requirements. The entire CEMS was certified according to the EPA Performance Specifications to validate installation and guarantee full regulatory compliance. In addition, we supplied the customer with a quality assurance program to ensure that daily operation stays within guidelines. To facilitate maintenance and avoid an 85 foot climb up the stack, we were able to locate the BetaGuard at ground level in the boiler house.
To learn more about this project or how a BetaGuard Particulate Monitor can improve your operations, contact MSI today.
|Intended Application||Wood-Fired Steam Generation|
|Systems Replaced||COMS could not be used in the wet stack gas after a wet ESP|
|Special Features||Provided the full CEMS for particulate monitoring|
BetaGuard PM was placed at ground level avoiding a 85 feet climb up the stack to service the monitor
|Industry For Use||Wood-Fired Boiler|
|Project name||BetaGuard PM Installation on a Wood-Fired Boiler|