Particulate is defined by the method used to measure it. Unlike chemically distinct emissions like carbon monoxide or nitrogen oxide, “particulate” can be composed of many different distinct compounds. Some of these compounds may be volatile[…]
There are many reasons to conduct a gas turbine performance test, including determining compliance with acceptance guarantees, establishing benchmarks for performance monitoring and power purchase agreements, and determining performance parameter[…]More
Performance Specification 11 (PS-11) establishes the initial installation and performance procedures required for evaluating the acceptability of a particulate matter (PM) continuous emission monitoring system (CEMS).More
On February 5, 2018, the EPA finalized its review of the existing VOC emissions factor for flares at natural gas production sites.
EPA evaluated test data available for flares at natural gas production sites, data from testing conducted by[…]More
EPA has published a broadly applicable approved alternative test method (ALT-124) allowing refineries subject to 40 CFR 63, Subpart CC to use mass spectrometers to measure the net heating value of flare vent gas. The original language of the[…]More
Water flow rate is often a critical measurement for various power plant components and systems including cooling towers, pumps, and condensers. For over 40 years the Simplex-type Pitot Tube has been the industry standard for accurate water flow[…]More