CEMS Services

Analyzers Repairs and Upgrades


Umbilical System Inspection & Install


Why ESC Spectrum?

CEMS Analyzer Repairs

ESC Spectrum has performed a variety of CEMS maintenance, repair, and testing services since its founding in 1981 by a field technician. We were the first company to certify a CEMS in accordance with Part 75 regulations and began stack testing and building shelters in 1991.

After decades of experience, we’ve seen it all: our team of experts is well-versed in solving unique challenges. We understand EPA test methodologies, repair analyzers, umbilical systems, and other CEMS equipment and have a deep knowledge of CEMS operations.

CEMS Shelter

Michael is always very professional and knowledgeable.
I am always confident things will be resolved quickly with him.

Dave Patterson

Consulting Engineer (Air Quality Group), Ameren

ESC Spectrum has provided excellent engineering and procurement support.

Juan Cantu

Analyzer Specialist, ENglobal

Alex was very helpful in resolving the issues that I brought to him.

Kevin Bugay

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.

John Markely

Sr. Environmental Engineer, Kyger Creek

Very helpful, understood my issue and found the fix I needed.

Dane Ruberg

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.

Celena Arreola

Environmental Engineer, El Paso Electric

Outstanding customer service!!!

Rick Gregory

IT Specialist/Network Admin, Calumet Specialty Partners

The customer service provided was quick and the agent sent additional information.

Ann Woods

Environmental Scientist, Agua Fria Generating Station

Excellent work!

Daniel Fefer

Contractor, Exelon

From The Source Blog

The EPA’s Good Neighbor Plan – Response to Judicial Stays

On July 31, 2023, the US EPA issued a final action to address emission sources affected by judicial stays of the Good Neighbor Plan in the following states: Arkansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, and Texas. Read our article to learn more about how these final actions might affect your facility.

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