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Control combustion to reduce costs and carbon emissions

Control combustion to reduce costs and carbon emissions

Energy conservation protects the environment and helps meet carbon reduction targets.

It also helps to reduce an organisation’s costs. Particularly in energy-intensive processes, such as power plants and incinerators, which can be optimised through a comprehensive and continuous process analysis.

In order for combustion processes to run efficiently, the combustion process needs to be optimised and monitored appropriately.

Energy conservation protects the environment and helps meet carbon reduction targets.

It also helps to reduce an organisation’s costs. Particularly in energy-intensive processes, such as power plants and incinerators, which can be optimised through a comprehensive and continuous process analysis.

In order for combustion processes to run efficiently, the combustion process needs to be optimised and monitored appropriately.

By implementing combustion optimisation, combustion processes can be controlled and the energy consumption can be permanently reduced.

Thomson Environmental Systems offers this market leading flue gas and process analysis technology. Our analysers are suitable for gas analysis in small to medium sized combustion plants, measurement in large combustion chambers, or for continuous measurements in high temperature installations such as inlet chambers of rotary kilns in cement plants.

German designed and manufactured ENOTEC analysers for combustion optimisation and emission monitoring distinguish themselves especially by precision, safety and robustness which no other is able to imitate. These quality and safety standards are periodically certified by an independent German test institute and follow the ISO9001 guidelines.

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