A Continuous Emissions Monitoring System (CEMS) is an integrated system used for the continuous measurement of pollutants such as NOX (NO+NO2), CO, THC and Particulate Matter (PM). CEMS are most commonly located in the exhaust stack or vent of industrial plants where flow, pressure and temperature are measured in conjunction to determine emissions in pounds/hour or tons/year. CEMS are required to prove compliance to emission regulations to environmental control authorities.
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