ESC Spectrum Suppliers
ESC Spectrum partners with key Continuous Emissions Monitoring (CEM) and process control suppliers to ensure our customers have access to the right equipment for their facility’s application. We have decades of expertise using CEMS and process control instrumentation from our suppliers to create custom-built new systems, as well as repair, upgrade and maintain current systems. Our close relationships mean your plant gets the equipment it needs as soon as possible and at the right price.
California Analytical Instruments (CAI)
For more than 40 years, California Analytical Instruments (CAI) has produced the highest-quality gas analyzers and emission-monitoring systems for industrial, environmental, and process control applications.
CODEL provides a range of instrumentation, from analyzers to gas, dust, and flow monitors to fully automated and integrated emissions monitoring systems. Product lines include EnergyTech, Smartcem and TunnelTech.
Durag provides solutions for process and environmental monitoring, combustion and safety monitoring, as well as tunnel and traffic monitoring. Durag’s reliable, safe, and efficient technology makes it a leader in environmental protection.
M&C Tech Group
M&C TechGroup is a leading provider of high-quality gas sampling, gas conditioning, and process control solutions, with long-standing expertise in the engineering and construction of gas analyzing systems.
Thermo Fisher is a leader in analytical instrumentation for environmental and process control monitoring. Their solutions for environmental applications include Gas Analyzers, Mass Spectrometry, Chromatography & more.
A world leader in industrial process heating, Thermon provides high-quality solutions for environmental monitoring, complete flow assurance, industrial heating, temperature maintenance, and freeze protection.
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