Continuous Emissions Monitoring
Natural Gas and Midstream
Flare Gas Monitoring
Fenceline and Ambient Air
Shelters, Racks & Enclosures
Why ESC Spectrum?
ESC Spectrum has decades of experience providing integrated systems for air emissions compliance in various industries and applications.
Our integration specialists are experts in the design and construction process – from understanding permit and regulatory requirements and technical planning to installation, start-up, maintenance, and operation.
ESC Spectrum provides the following integrated systems for EPA Part 75, Part 60, and Part 63 requirements:
- Hazardous area CEM systems
- Dilution CEMS
- Full Extractive Dry Basis CEMS
- In-situ CEMS
- Hybrid CEMS
- Hot/Wet Extractive CEMS
- Mobile testing systems and portable CEMS
- HAPS and hydrocarbon CEMS (for HCl, Mercury, Hydrocarbons – Methane and Non-Methane, H2S, and Total Sulfur)
- CEMS for all major pollutants, including: NOx, SO2, CO, CO2, O2, Flow, Particulate, and Opacity
Michael is always very professional and knowledgeable.
I am always confident things will be resolved quickly with him.
Consulting Engineer (Air Quality Group), Ameren
ESC Spectrum has provided excellent engineering and procurement support.
Analyzer Specialist, ENglobal
Alex was very helpful in resolving the issues that I brought to him.
Process Engineer, Cardinal Corporation
Even though we are only data logger users, the support staff has always been extremely nice,
very timely and completely knowledgeable on the topic at hand.
Sr. Environmental Engineer, Kyger Creek
Very helpful, understood my issue and found the fix I needed.
Instrument Technician, Xcel Energy
Scott is fantastic, very knowledgeable and very helpful!
Always know I am going to get the help I need when he answers the phone.
Environmental Engineer, El Paso Electric
Outstanding customer service!!!
IT Specialist/Network Admin, Calumet Specialty Partners
The customer service provided was quick and the agent sent additional information.
Environmental Scientist, Agua Fria Generating Station
From The Source Blog
Read this article to learn more about extractive CEMS flow processes, steps, and components from industry experts.
In this article, learn how to use StackVision and Prism to enter Gross Calorific Value (GCV) and ensure that it applies to your hourly data.
In this article, read about where you can locate your plant’s CEMS Probes, Flow Probes & Opacity Units on your stack unit & what EPA regulations apply to them.