Gas analytical complex AtmosFIR CEMS


AtmosFIR is a high-resolution multicomponent FTIR analyzer designed for monitoring sample gases in industrial processes and industrial emissions, as well as for measuring the level of complex gas mixtures.

In fixed systems such as Continuous Emission Monitoring Systems (CEMS), atmosFIR is installed with a Sampling System Control Module (SSCM), usually in a cabinet that includes all power distribution systems.

General view of the system


AtmosFIR is designed with a multi-inlet gas cell allowing measurements up to 0.5 ppm (depending on gas).

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The interferometer uses the latest technological developments to offer compact, high-resolution measurements.

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The analyzer is equipped with a built-in sampling control system, which ensures the passage of the prepared sample into the analyzer. This system contains instruments for measuring temperature and pressure, which provide constant control of the state of the sample and prevent it from entering the analyzer path at temperatures below the dew point.

atmosFIR in stationary systems is designed to work with PAS-Pro software. This allows continuous analysis of FTIR measurements, as well as monitoring the sampling system and managing alarms.

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The Sample System Control Module (SSCM) contains a pump and PLC to control sample flow, 2 separate channels for testing, 4 built-in temperature control loops, and a digital output for selecting up to 12 sample streams.

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Data can be output via 4-20 mA signals to the atmosFIR, via an OPC server and / or a Modbus slave running on the data acquisition system.

Inputs from other components of the emission monitoring equipment make atmosFIR the control center for the entire emission monitoring system of the installation. Input data from TOC analyzers, dust meters and metering equipment can be processed by PAS and combined with atmosFIR gas data to determine the status of all plant emissions.