The FGAII continuous emissions monitoring system has been granted MCerts approval for Continuous Emissions Monitoring Systems (CEMs) by the UK Environment Agency. The approval for continuous monitoring using Advanced Dual Sensor Technology (ADST) covers measurement of O2, CO, NO, NO2, SO2 and CO2.
FGAII is the first extractive analyser for measuring NO2 to be awarded the MCerts approval. FGAII analysers have the highly enviable capability to provide Total NOx readings by direct measurement – there is no dependence upon calculation or conversion.
In addition to the MCerts approval, FGAII also has TÜV approval to the 13th, 17th and 27th BimSchV and TA Luft.
The superior performance and certification of the FGAII make it the ideal choice for applications that need to meet the requirements of EN 14181 QAL1; the LCP and Waste Incineration Directives 2001/80/EC and 2000/76/EC; and ISO 12039, ISO 10849 and ISO 7935.
FGAII can provide full scale measuring ranges for up to 7 pollutant gases from 0 -10 ppm up to 0 – 40,000 ppm in a single compact analyser.
MCerts testing was performed by the internationally recognised SIRA, and approved by the Environment Agency under their certification scheme.
This new approval adds to the growing list of approved products available from Land Instruments International, including flue gas oxygen and dust monitoring products.