Our new pollution monitoring system records emissions and checks whether they are within the statutory limits. It comprises Windows software (Test-Seq for Incinerators) and the Microlink 751 unit which plugs into a PC. The system monitors, for example, concentrations of carbon monoxide, nitrogen dioxide and particulates, adjusted for the percentage of oxygen present. It also calculates daily averages, maxima and minima and so on. With additional software, alarms can be triggered if emissions exceed their thresholds and the information displayed on the World Wide Web.
Test-Seq for Incinerators is extremely flexible. It can handle several incinerators and new calculations can easily be incorporated should requirements change. It produce's the comprehensive reports required by the pollution inspectorate and you can also transfer data directly into an Excel spreadsheet.
Every day Test-Seq logs two files of data. One file records temperatures and concentrations only whilst the machine, incinerator or stream is running. The other continually records any alarms that occur and holds the results of the daily calculations. The two files are closed at the end of the day and a library of each day's data saved.
Around the world governments are implementing increasingly stringent air quality regulations. Biodata's new emission monitoring system helps companies meet these requirements.
To order Test-Seq for Incinerators and the Microlink 751 unit, please contact Biodata - we can provide a complete system tailored to your specifications.