CEMS Monitoring

The Continuous Emission Monitoring System (CEMS) is a facility to measure flow, dust, flare, concentration of air pollutants and other parameters according to requirements. Global warming and the emergence of the greenhouse effect make it necessary to act. In many countries, there is a legislative basis for a sustainable, environmentally compatible reduction of greenhouse gas emissions as well as laws and regulations relating to the emission of pollutants. The key lies in the forward-looking planning of industrial facilities and in continuous monitoring of their emissions. Targeted minimization of emissions requires them to be reliably determined and analysed both quantitatively and qualitatively.