Air Quality Monitoring
Calcination Process in Aluminum Industry
Blast Furnace in Integrated Iron & Steel Plants
Boiler and Captive Power Plant in Oil Refinery
Process Heater in Petrochemicals
Combustion Optimization in Coal-Based Power Plants
Incinerator Stacks in Common Waste Burning Facilities
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Common sources of Carbon Monoxide include auto, truck and bus exhaust, tobacco smoke, kerosene and gas space heaters, gas water heaters, wood stoves, fireplaces, gas stoves, generators, and other gasoline-powered equipment.
Health effects associated with Carbon Monoxide include fatigue at low concentrations, and impaired vision and coordination, headaches, dizziness, confusion, nausea, and potentially fatal at very high concentrations.
Elemental Instruments, a division of Ohio Lumex, offers a range of carbon monoxide analyzers that provide online, real-time measurements to control and monitor emissions and processes.
Carbon monoxide (CO) is a colorless, effectively odorless, and tasteless gas or liquid. It is a result of incomplete oxidation of carbon in combustion, burns with a violet flame, is somewhat soluble in water, and is soluble in alcohol and benzene. Carbon Monoxide is classified as an inorganic compound.