New regulations of flare emissions require oil refineries and chemical plants to analyze the vent gas, and quickly make adjustments to maintain sufficient destruction efficiency.
Real-time gas analyzers from Extrel enable fast, efficient flare control.
Powered with cutting-edge mass spectrometry, the analyzers measure the full composition of flare gas, and report the Net Heating Value (NHV) several times per minute.
In addition to NHV, flare gas mass spectrometers analyze H2S, Total Sulfur, and other contaminants. Extrel systems offer critical information for root cause analysis, and the ability to meet multiple regulatory requirements with one flare gas analyzer.
Extrel gas analyzers are easy to operate and do not require helium, or any carrier gas.
They also make the validation process for sulfur monitoring safer. The EPA has approved daily sulfur validations that use only standards with <300 ppm H2S.
*Matrix dependent. Documented on trace benzene in air
**Based on the analysis of 1% argon