ESS CEMS SERVICE AND MAINTENANCE

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ESS offers service to simplify Environmental Compliance Program management. ESS can assist you in meeting your monitoring plan requirements. ESS has maintenance agreements globally supported by our multilingual staff.

Established in 1979, ESS has conducted thousands of quality assurance checks and tests on a large variety of monitoring systems.

Our Continuous Emissions Monitoring Systems (CEMS) Maintenance Plans include:

·         Quarterly Checks

o   System Maintenance

§  Replace Consumables

§  Inventory Spare Parts

§  Predictive Maintenance

o   Configuration Verifications

o   Relative Accuracy Audits (RAA)

o   Cylinder Gas Audits

o   Calibrations

o   Data Review and Reporting

·         Annual Services

o   Relative Accuracy Test Audit (RATA) – Testing, Reporting, CEDRI/ECMPS Entry

o   Monitoring Plan Review

o   Seven-Day Drift Test Entry

o   Data Review and Reporting

·         Trouble Shooting / Rapid Response Services

o   Remote Troubleshooting

o   Onsite Troubleshooting

o   Rapid Response RATA

o   CEMS Tuning

·         Typical Criteria Pollutants

o   Oxygen (O2), Carbon Dioxide (CO2)

o   Carbon Monoxide (CO)

o   Hydrochloric Acid (HCl)

o   Flowrate

o   Oxides of Nitrogen (NOx), Nitrogen Oxide (NO), and Nitrogen Dioxide NO2)

o   Sulfur Dioxide (SO2)

o   Particulate Matter (PM)

o   Mercury (Hg)

o   Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC)

Contact us at [email protected] to get a quote.

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