Stack Monitoring Kit – SKM150
- Manometer for Stack Velocity
- Temperature probe and indicator
- Pitot Tube
- Pressure gauge for particulate and gaseous
- 0-30/0-60 LPM Rotameter for particulate
- 0-3/0-6 LPM Rotameter for gaseous
- Digital Timer
- Optional Dry Gas Meter
- Thimble Holder
- 50/100 LPM Vacuum Pump
A stack monitoring kit is a tool used for measuring and analyzing the total volumetric discharge (emission) of particulate matter and gaseous pollutants from the stack’s emissions produced by industrial processes that involve the combustion of fuels. The kit typically includes a range of equipment and sensors, such as gas analyzers, particulate matter monitors, and temperature sensors, that are used to detect and quantify the levels of pollutants in the exhaust gases emitted from stacks and chimneys.
The data collected by the stack monitoring kit can be used to evaluate the efficiency of combustion processes, identify potential issues with equipment performance or emissions control systems, and ensure compliance with environmental regulations Air Act 1981 (Prevention & Control of Pollution) by which all industrial establishments have to measure and monitor emissions from their plants and keep them under controlled limits. To ensure this, each & every company (chemical, Pharmaceutical, manufacturing) should monitor the gaseous pollutants discharged into the environment at regular intervals. The kit is typically used in a range of industrial settings, including power plants, manufacturing facilities, and refineries.
Learn how stack monitoring instruments help protect human health and the environment by ensuring compliance with air quality regulations.
It’s important to note that specific stack monitoring instruments can vary in terms of their features, technologies, and capabilities. The selection of an instrument depends on the specific requirements of the industry, the type of emissions being monitored, and the applicable regulations. Consulting with experts in environmental monitoring or manufacturers of stack monitoring instruments can provide more detailed and tailored information.