Today’s flue gas analyzers, in spite of its portable use and, to a degree, manual use, are not just technologically advanced, they are both environmentally friendly and world friendly. The effective use of a flue gas analyzer is environmentally sound and sustainable because it is able to eliminate a number of wasteful exercises and harmful materials, usually in the form of chemical seepage and toxic pollutants, and mostly in the form of gas, from manufacturing and filtering processes, among other industrial use examples.
The practice of emissions monitoring is also sustainable for its users because they help industries save on production and cleanup costs. It is also fortuitous that, in many cases across the world, the use of such systems has become a matter of law. In some countries, tax credits are awarded when the relevant authorities are able to clearly identify the positive results achieved through the use of the flue gas analyzer and related apparatus.
While new technologies, legislation and apparatus, as well as practices, have revolutionized the manner in which all industries and companies play its part in collectively reducing the global carbon footprint and practice of sustainable development, the use of flue gas and other similar monitoring apparatuses has been in practice for over thirty years. The revolution of emissions monitoring through the use of portable, handheld apparatus began in Europe. It is now being applied in industries across the world.
The portable monitoring process is also user friendly. Previously, a few turns of the old screwdriver laboriously tried to reduce air combustion to acceptable environmentally friendly and non-polluting levels, but with non-yielding results. It is incredible and pleasing to see that the new replacing technologies can also be deemed a manual monitoring process of sorts with the caveat that is efficient and yielding the desired positive results.