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AMESA-M: Sorbent Trap Mercury Monitoring System

Continuous sampling of Mercury (Hg).


  • Measuring range (total mercury): 0.001 – 1000 μg/ m³

  • Meets the US EPA Performances Standard 12 B mentioned in the US Portland Cement Rules and the new MATS (Mercury and Air Toxics Standards)

  • APPLICATIONS
  • EXCLUSIVE FEATURES
  • SPECIFICATIONS
  • CERTIFICATIONS

 

  • Cement Kilns
  • Power Plants
  • Biomass
  • Industrial Boilers
  • Incinerators...

 

  • Fully Automated
  • Volume Proportional Sampling
  • Moisture Determination
  • Long-Term Sampling
  • Dry gas meter to determine sample volume
  • Thermal mass flow meter to control mass flow independent of gas pressure and temperature
  • Sampling periods from 15 minutes up to 4 weeks



Included: USB flash drive, transportation box for sorbent traps and USB flash drive, special sorbent traps, i.e. speciation traps for separate sampling of elemental Hg and oxidized Hg

 

 

  • Measuring range (total mercury): 0.001 – 1000 μg/ m³
  • Sampling interval: from 15 minutes up to 4 weeks
  • Flue gas temperature:
  • < 200 ˚C with heated probe
  • > 200 ˚C with cooled probe
  • Max dust concentration in the flue gas: 500 mg/m³
  • Operating temperature (control cabinet) +5 to +40˚C (optional air conditioner for temperatures over +40˚C)
  • Max relative humidity (control cabinet): 50%
  • Volume proportional control cycle: 1sec
  • Velocity measurement accuracy: ± 1 % of measuring range
  • Volume measurement accuracy: ± 1.5 % of measuring range


Sampling probe:

  • Length: from 350 up to 2000 mm
  • Probe shaft diameter: 60 mm
  • Stack mounting: DN 100 flange (other flanges upon request)
  • Material: stainless steel or hastelloy (others on request)
  • Heated sampling line

 

More than 15 years experiences of continuous sampling of Dioxins and Furans (PCDD/PCDF) with the AMESA system were used to design the AMESA M for continuous sampling of mercury.