MultiGas™ 2030 CEMFTIR gas analyser for continuous emissions monitoring
The MultiGas™ 2030 CEM is an FTIR-based gas analyzer designed for integration with complete continuous emissions monitoring systems (CEMS) to measure emissions from stationary sources such as waste incinerators, power plants and cement kilns.
This analyzer is the core technology used in the TÜV and MCERTS certified MGS300 system produced by MKS Instruments. It is capable of directly analyzing hot, wet effluent gas streams without the need for sample pre-treatment. It monitors multiple gas components over a wide range of compositions with minimal cross-interference effects from either water (up to 40%) or other potentially interfering species.
- Measures most target emissions with no additional analyzers required
- Direct analysis in streams that contain up to 40% water, with no chillers or driers required
- Permanent calibration spectra reduces the need for costly calibration gas cylinders
- Linearized detector response ensures all instruments maintain the same calibration
- Low cost of ownership, easy to install and maintain
The MultiGas 2030 analyzer is made up of a Process FTIR spectrometer, a patented, high-optical-throughput gas cell and a long wavelength, thermoelectrically (TE) cooled detector. Also included is the MG2000 software platform which offers several communication protocol options for interfacing to CEMS control systems.
The MultiGas 2030 instrument is housed in a rugged 19-inch rack mount chassis for convenient integration with most CEMS enclosures. The analyzer is easy to maintain and has a low cost of ownership (COO).
The MultiGas 2030 CEM is the core technology used in the TÜV and MCERTS certified MGS300 system produced by MKS Instruments. MGS300 system certification was achieved in compliance with the DIN EN 15267-3 standard, which relates to automated measuring systems for the monitoring of emissions from stationary sources.
The TÜV and MCERTS “certification” and “supplementary” ranges achieved for the different gas components are shown in Table 1 below. Table 2 shows the same certification ranges, but this time in ppm, along with additional ranges and estimated detection limits calculated as three times the standard deviation in 25% water.
The MultiGas 2030 CEM is designed for integration with complete continuous emissions monitoring systems to measure gaseous emissions from stationary sources such as:
- Waste incinerators
- Power plants
- Cement kilns
- Large combustion plants
- Turbine engines