COTES Engineering provides implementation of automated systems to control emissions of pollutants and greenhouse gas into the atmosphere at the enterprises comprising the fuel and energy complex and industrial facilities. We undertake a full range of works (examination, design, construction and assembling operations, supply, and setup).

Advantages of exit gas monitoring systems

Continuous Emission Monitoring Systems (CEMS) ensure continuous monitoring and control of flue gas composition prior to gas exit into the atmosphere. Automated processing of the results of the measurements and transmission of the final information to the operator's control panel allows online equipment control. The application of the exit gas monitoring systems allows you to be sure of compliance with environmental safety standards, prevents excessive equipment wear, reduces the risk of human errors. Typically, the system consists of a sampling device, a sample line, and a gas analyzer.

Exit gas monitoring systems control emissions for:

  • sulphur dioxide (SO2);
  • nitrogen monoxide (NO);
  • nitrogen dioxide (NO2);
  • carbon dioxide (СO2);
  • oxygen (O2);
  • carbon monoxide (CO);
  • ammonia (NH3);
  • hydrogen sulphide (H2S);
  • total hydrocarbon content;
  • optical density and mass dust content.

The data obtained can be used to:

  • • limit emissions into the atmosphere;
  • control emissions in line with the regulations used by the plant;
  • provide emission reporting;
  • prepare an ecological certificate of the plant;
  • provide information for the state supervisory bodies dealing with environmental aspects.

Where exit gas monitoring systems can be used

The systems for pollutant emissions monitoring can be installed at all types of plants: power plants, boiler houses, and industrial facilities.