CODEL GCEM40 Solving Process Applications!
The CODEL GCEM40 is a continuous in-situ gas monitor that can be used for a wide variety of process applications. Two of the most recent include:
A New England paper plant purchased a GCEM40 to monitor SO2 in their CFB Biomass Boiler for limestone feed rate control.
A refractory brick manufacturer in the Northeast purchased a GCEM40 to measure NOx, CO, and SO2 in their coal-fired rotary kilns. The GCEM40 will control sorbent injection and kiln fans after their baghouse.
The GCEM40 utilizes infra-red spectroscopy technology and requires virtually no maintenance which makes it very appealing for these types of process applications. The GCEM40 is very cost-effective with the price being as low as ¼ of the price of an extraction gas analyzer system.
The GCEM40 measures a wide variety of gases including: CO, CO2, CH4, H2O, HCl, NO, NO2, NOx, and SO2. It has built-in calibration checks and purging. It can work in high dust applications with a custom dust-shield and in applications with temperatures up to 752°F.