ESC Spectrum offers a full range of Air, Dust, and Tunnel Monitoring Systems to ensure highly reliable monitors for your Continuous Emissions Monitoring Systems (CEMS). Our 30+ years of expertise in process and environmental monitoring and reporting are ideal for meeting the requirements of installing air, dust, and tunnel monitoring for your facility’s CEM System. We partner with a wide range of suppliers to provide you with high-quality products, including the options below.
CODEL TunnelTech 700 Series EC Tunnel Monitoring
Monitors the atmosphere within the tunnel and ensures that the tunnel ventilation system provides sufficient clean air to protect tunnel users’ health and for drivers to see the road ahead clearly.
To measure visibility levels, the TunnelTech 700 Tunnel Monitoring Analyzer uses electrochemical cell technology to determine CO, NO & NO2 concentrations and optical attenuation.
As there are no moving parts, reliability levels are very high, and maintenance requirements are low.
Visibility sight tubes are utilized to ensure that airborne dust and contaminants do not reach the optical windows and cause drift.
CODEL TunnelTech 600 Series EC Monitor
Monitors the average luminance of a tunnel entrance and its surroundings.
In accordance with Commission Internationale de l´Eclairage, (C.I.E.), publication 88, 1990 recommendations, the photometer monitors the average luminance within a 20-degree angle over a standard range of 0 – 6,500 cd/m2.
According to CIE recommendations, luminance should be monitored as the luminance contained within in a conical field of view, subtending an angle of 20º.
It is recommended that the luminance photometer is mounted in the tunnel approach road approximately 120 – 200 meters from the portal,
depending on the approach speed of the vehicles and their stopping distance.
CODEL TunnelTech 100 Series Air Quality Monitors
Used in combination with other TunnelTech 101 VIS monitors, the operator can quickly detect the focus of the fire if it is also equipped with the optional PT100 temperature sensor to accurately measure ambient air temperature in a range of -15 to 1050C.
Fully configurable analog and alarm outputs are exportable to the tunnel data acquisition system to provide real-time visibility data. This data is also exported via the RS 485 serial port along with the temperature data.
This link delivers MODBUS RTU encoded data to a SCADA system located in the tunnel control center and/or a local display module.
In addition, the IP65-rated enclosure is coated to resist attack from aggressive gases and road salt and to resist the effects of extreme heat.
Optional transmitter and receiver insulation jackets are available to reduce the effect of extremely low temperatures.
Another option is a local display, driven from the RS485 output, which enables operators to view output data, diagnostics, and alarm setpoints.
CODEL TunnelTech 200 Series Air Quality Monitors
Use well-proven infra-red techniques to determine CO and NO concentrations and optical attenuation to monitor Visibility levels.
Fully configurable analog and alarm outputs are exportable to the tunnel data acquisition system to provide real-time CO, NO, and Visibility data.
The light source is a near-infrared LED where the interfering effects of particulate in the atmosphere are eliminated by making the measurement within a meter-long diffusion cell into which the atmospheric gases, but not the particulate, can freely diffuse.
The optic surfaces remain clean because they are contained within the diffusion cell, preventing dirt deposition on them. The filters through which the gas diffuses do not become blocked because the diffusion process exerts no force on particulate to force them into the filter pores.
CODEL TunnelTech 305 Air Flow Monitor
Monitors both the airflow and the direction of airflow inside a tunnel.
It has no moving parts, which ensures high reliability and minimal maintenance.
The sensor is constructed using stainless steel for ultimate protection against the harsh environments found in tunnels.
Fully configurable 4-20mA analog outputs are provided along with digital alarm outputs.
An RS485 output is also available, allowing data delivery via MODBUS protocol to a SCADA system located in a tunnel control center.
CODEL EnergyTech 301 Triboelectric Dust Monitoring
Uses well-proven triboelectric sensor technology to directly measure mass particulate concentration by sensing the frictional charge created when particles collide with a conductor.
The advanced electronics of the EnergyTech 301 Tribo Electric Dust Monitoring system detect this signal and present it to the operator via RS485 or 4-20mA directly from the sensor head.
The EnergyTech 301 also features a built-in display for viewing live sensor data as well as for configuration and calibration. An integrated calibration function can correct the measurement levels to mg/m3.
The triboelectric technique is extremely sensitive and capable of detecting dust concentrations of less than 1mg/m3 in small ducts.
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